With substantial growth in his technical knowledge and responsibilities, as well as his consistent, can-do attitude, we are pleased to announce that Eric Rainville, a Bryley team member since 2014, is now a Senior Technician.
The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Committee took an informative tour on October 5 of the Worcester Armory located on Plantation Street. Gavin Livingstone, President of Bryley Systems Inc. of Hudson and Co-Chair of the Ambassadors Committee, facilitated this event.
Twelve Members of the Ambassadors Committee were treated to an engaging account of the Massachusetts militia (known as the Powder Horns), from its origins in the mid-1630s – the oldest militia in the USA – to more recent efforts domestically (post-Katrina support, transporting medical personnel during the Ice Storm of 2008, etc.) and internationally (Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and others).
Ambassadors were also informed of the important work of the Massachusetts National Guard Family Program Office, which supports families of current military personnel and veterans.
A weapons and field-equipment display and discussion was followed by a tour of several Humvees equipped as ambulances.
Many thanks to Lieutenant Colonel Luis Rodriguez and Captain Langdon Mavrelis of the Powder Horns, along with Nick and Elaine of the National Guard Family Program Office, for hosting this program.
Hear from the experts – the innovators, investors, and developers – who are transforming Worcester’s skyline on Friday, October 14th, from 7:30am to 1:30pm at Mechanics Hall, 321 Main Street, Worcester, MA.
To register, please visit 2016 Game Changers – Business Conference and Expo.
The Hudson Public Library is offering a free flu shot clinic on Wed. September 28th from 9:30-12:30.
If you are interested, bring your insurance card. That is it! Very easy.
Carol Misulis is the newest member to join Bryley Systems and will be working directly with Business Development. Prior to Bryley, she worked as a Food Program Specialist for the Department of Agriculture and as a successful business owner.
Ms. Misulis has a BA in Business Administration from Clark University, Worcester.
Cathy attended an employer-recruiting event at the Worcester, MA Armory, first posing with this HumVee, and then demonstrating her mettle by gearing up with body armor, backpack, helmet, and rifle, which collectively can weigh 100 lbs.
Bryley Systems Inc. Ranks in Top 501 Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) Worldwide for the Third Consecutive Year
9th Annual MSP 501 Ranking and Study Identifies Bryley Systems as one of the
World’s Most Progressive MSPs in Information Technology
June 7, 2016: Bryley Systems of Hudson MA, ranks at #350 of the world’s most progressive, Managed IT Service Providers, according to Penton Technology’s 9th-annual MSPmentor 501 List.
“On behalf of Penton and MSPmentor, I would like to congratulate Bryley Systems for its recognition as an MSP 501 honoree,” said Aldrin Brown, Editor in Chief, MSPmentor. “The managed IT service provider market is evolving at a rapid pace and the companies showcased on the 2016 MSP 501 list represent the most agile, flexible and innovative organizations in the industry.”
Bryley has ranked in the MSP 501 over three consecutive years, starting at #440 in 2014, moving to #462 in 2015, and advancing to #350 in 2016.
In conjunction with the MSPmentor award, Bryley Systems is #308 on the Clarity Total IT Services Provider (TSP) List, which ranks MSPs in their ability to provide complete solutions to their clients.
“Demand for Bryley’s services is being driven by IT complexity, the need for end-user support, security concerns, and compliance requirements.” said Gavin Livingstone, President of Bryley Systems. “We are pleased to once again rank in the MSP 501; it is a great honor and demonstrates our dedication to remain one of the top providers of managed IT services worldwide.”