From Farm to Bryley’s Table

Bryley’s client, Wilson Farm, is an upscale market for farm-fresh produce, home baked goods and prepared foods. On Sunday, we took a trip to their farm stand and came home with delicious prepared gourmet dinners, fruits and treats. For our employees, we bought them a beautiful cake decorated as a present and Monday became “Cake Day” at Bryley Systems!

Wilson Farm was founded by Irish immigrants and has been in operation at its present location, Lexington, MA since 1884.

Thank you for the delicious cake!

The Bryley Team Proudly Celebrates Veteran’s Day With A Flag Raising Ceremony

Monday, November 12, 2018. On a cool, crisp, Monday morning with clear blue skies , we proudly gathered outdoors by our 35’ flag pole and raised the American flag in a tribute to all veterans.

We are very proud to honor our own John DeCola, Engineer and Senior Airman, USAF, and retired employee James Livingstone, Captain, USAF. Thank you for your service.

Virtual reality and zombies!

This years’ summer outing was a big hit with the Bryley team, the 20 somethings right up to our senior grandparents. What better way to spend a Friday afternoon but at the Apex Entertainment Center in Marlboro defending fellow co-workers against killer zombies. Eric and Myk from our technical team were the top scorers and each won a zombie chia head. But of course everyone was a winner and a good sport.

Team Bryley to participate in the Boston Brain Tumor Ride

On Sunday, May 21st, a few Bryley employees will ride in a family-friendly bike ride to help find a cure for brain tumors. Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children 0-141. By participating in the Boston Brain Tumor Ride, Bryley employees are taking a stand in the fight against brain tumors.

Bryley’s own Jessica Giunta, Marketing Specialist, has been an active committee member assisting with numerous events and fundraising efforts for the National Brain Tumor Society since 2014.

1 American Brain Tumor Association

WRCC Ambassadors On The Move

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce (WRCC) Ambassadors visited the Worcester County Food Bank (WCFB) Wednesday, April 5th; many brought donations, but all were there to learn about the WCFB, its purpose, and its partnership with the WRCC.

The WCFB’s mission is “To engage, educate and lead Worcester County in creating a hunger-free community.” As one of four regional centers across Massachusetts, the WCFB last year distributed 6.3 million pounds of food to 128 partner agencies, which provided 5.3 million meals to 89,000 people in need throughout the 60 cities and towns of Worcester County.


The WRCC partners with the WCFB through the Worcester Regional Food Hub, a Commercial Kitchen Incubator to enhance and support food-producer networks, workforce-development programs, and local small businesses.

Our tour of the clean, 37,000 square foot warehouse was conducted by Jean McMurray, Executive Director, who described their efforts to keep a stable, continuous supply of food while advocating for the elimination of hunger in Worcester County.

Gavin Livingstone, Chair of the WRCC Ambassador Committee, and Cathy Livingstone, WCFB Board of Directors member – joint-owners of Bryley Systems Inc. – organized and attended this event.

IT Roundtable on January 21st

Please join our panel of local IT experts for Examining the Cloud, Mobility, and Data Security, an information-technology roundtable on the evening of January 21st at the Marlboro Country Club. NOTE: Reservations are required.

Information technology is a strategic concern of business owners and managers. Our panel will address timely issues, such as the future of cloud computing, how to empower a mobile workforce, and how to protect your data.

The panel includes:

Call 978.562.6077 to register. Or, watch our previous IT Roundtable from the Central Massachusetts Business Expo at

AVCC Coffee Connection

November 20, 2015 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Bryley Systems
12 Main St
Hudson, MA 01749
Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce
(978) 568-0360
Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce AVCC Coffee Connection

The November Early Riser Networking Opportunity -Coffee Connections- will be hosted by Bryley Systems (12 Main Street, Hudson) from 7:30 to 9:00am. Coffee Connections is an incredibly efficient and effective way to make contacts in very short time. After a cup of coffee and quick continental breakfast, participants give a one-minute presentation about themselves and their organization. Participation is complimentary, but space is limited, so reservations are required. To reserve a spot call (978) 568-0360 or email

Upcoming Bryley webinar on 12/10: “Get into the Cloud – Safely and Securely”

On December 10th, 2014 at 2pm (EST), Bryley Systems will present: “Get into the Cloud – Safely and Securely”, which reviews Cloud Services and security.

Learn how to select from Cloud options while protecting data and related systems:

  • Select Cloud Services
  • Secure these Cloud Services
  • Secure associated systems and data
  • Ensure the integrity of your data

Click here to sign-up for this informational, no-charge webinar.


Bryley Systems sponsors Youth Basketball Team

The MetroWest/Hudson Boys and Girls Club has an annual tournament for young basketball players.  Bryley Systems sponsored one team for the upcoming “33rd Annual Little Lads and Lasses Basketball Tournament in 2014”.