Entries by Cathy Livingstone

Mike R. Cleans Up Pretty Good

Members of the Bryley Systems team were working weekends to meet our commitments, reduce interpersonal contacts, and keeping our clients operational; but everyone at BRYLEY SYSTEMS made it possible!

The office move

An office move is a complicated process, with many moving parts and plenty of vendors operating on inter-dependent schedules.

Over a Friday night and Saturday morning, our dedicated team members setup the network equipment and end-user workstations at our clients’ new facility; their efforts allowed the clients’ employees to return to work, with little disruption.

Meet Frank Walek

Frank Walek has been recently hired as an IT Support Technician to operate Bryley Systems’ dispatch center. Mr. Walek graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester and has been working in customer service and support for the past ten years. He has worked for non-profit organizations and special education programs, developing a reputation […]

Meet Lucas Belo

Lucas Belo has been recently hired as a Technician at Bryley Systems. His key contributions at Bryley include configuration of laptops/desktops to client specifications as well as deployments at client sites.

“I’ve been interested in all things computers since I was a kid” said Lucas. “I am always ready to learn new and more efficient ways to get something done.” As a graduate of Joseph Keefe Technical High School in Framingham, Mr. Belo has hands-on IT training and a genuine enthusiasm for problem solving along with exceptional customer service skills. He is a very sociable person who works well with others and we are pleased that Lucas has joined the Bryley technical team.

Kristin Pryor has joined Bryley Systems as the Director of Services/Delivery

Kristin Pryor has joined Bryley Systems as the Director of Services/Delivery.

Pryor’s impressive IT background spans over 25 years in the industry as an IT Manager, Technical Project Manager and Infrastructure Manager. She is a Microsoft Certified Trainer; Engineer; Administrator; Technician; Professional and ITIL Foundations v3 certified.

“I love being on the cutting edge of new technologies,” said Pryor, “constantly learning and developing as well as being able to take these tested and proven pieces of technologies and have clients and employees trained to utilize them to improve their work environment and daily processes.”

Bryley Systems Talks Technology on Career Day at Doherty Memorial High School

Bryley executives, Gavin Livingstone, President, and Kristin Pryor, Director of Services/Delivery, along with Helder Machado, President of Machado Consulting (left), were invited on November 21 to attend Career Day at Doherty Memorial High School in Worcester. The goal of career day was to introduce students to careers by bringing community members into the school to discuss their jobs.

Bryley Systems’ Services/Delivery Team Expands

Michael Racine of Fitchburg joins Bryley Systems’ Services/Delivery team as a Senior Technician.  With over 5 years of professional IT experience, Michael will support end-user service requests, both onsite at the client and remotely, in all facets of end-user technology. Mr. Racine completed the Computer and Networking Technology Program at Porter and Chester Institute in […]

Bryley Honors the Nation’s Veterans

On November 11th, 2019, the Bryley Team, led by John DeCola, Senior Airman, USAF, assembled to raise the flag in honor of the Nation’s veterans. We are proud to honor Mr. DeCola, as well as retired employee, James Livingston, Captain, USAF, and are grateful for the sacrifices made by all veterans, past and present. We […]

Bryley Systems Picks Macs

Last month, I had an opportunity to volunteer at the Community Harvest Project located in Harvard; an event hosted by the Corridor 9 Chamber of Commerce. Harnessed in canvas bags and supervised by farm staff, we rhythmically picked the trees clean in about an hour, then carefully sorted and packaged the apples for delivery to […]

Our New Sign

Bryley Systems was awarded a $3,500 grant from the Town of Clinton’s Downtown Commercial Improvements Program. This Program, which is funded jointly by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, makes funds available to business and property owners who wish to make improvements to their property. With funds from this grant, Paul Tucker of Sign Logic, transformed the Bryley logo into a visually interesting sign, complimenting the company’s historic building at 200 Union Street.