This month, Microsoft began the transition to a new customer agreement, which replaces the core terms for all Microsoft customers. Their goal is to improve the purchase experience to better support all customers. They also had some important security-related reasons for the change, including;
First, I want to thank you, our customer, for your continued partnership with Systems Engineering. As the world of technology gains in business importance and the demand to operate securely and productively remains a competitive differentiation, we appreciate more now than ever the trust and confidence you put in our team.
As we approach the end of the 2018, it’s a time to reflect and celebrate the events and successes we have had here at Systems Engineering. Between Fruit Mondays and Donut Fridays, we have spent a lot of time working hard but also playing just as hard. Here are a few of our favorite moments from 2018:
At Systems Engineering (SE), our success depends on the efforts of our employees. We strive to attract and retain talented, dedicated, and skilled staff who share our values, contribute to our vision, and take pride in our clients' success.
At Systems Engineering, employees are our number one resource. Our success depends on our dedicated and skilled staff who share our values and contribute to our vision. Our Employee Spotlight gives a brief but revealing look at one of our valuable members.
At Systems Engineering (SE), our success depends on the efforts of our employees. We strive to attract and retain talented, dedicated, and skilled staff who share our values, contribute to our vision and take pride in our clients' success.
At Systems Engineering, our success depends on the efforts of our employees. We strive to attract and retain talented, dedicated, and skilled staff who share our values, contribute to our vision, and take pride in our clients' success.
The SE Blog is a place for partners, clients, affiliates, and others to reference company news, industry events, technology updates, and more. With that in mind, listed below is a reference of this year's more popular blog articles by subject, making it easier for you to navigate and read through. Enjoy!
From left to right: Eric Tennyson, Mark Benton, and Christine Doucette.
PORTLAND, Maine— June 12, 2017 — Systems Engineering (SE), a leading IT strategy and managed services provider, announced today it has expanded its leadership team. Recent additions to the team include Eric Tennyson, Director of Finance and Administration, who will provide strategic support and oversight to the company’s finance and human resource functions. Mark Benton, who has been with Systems Engineering for seven years, has been promoted to Director of Product Management to guide the new product development pipeline as new technologies emerge. Together, they will support the company’s strategic vision and growth goals and be based in the company’s Portland, Maine, headquarters.
Systems Engineering (SE) is 100% employee-owned. What does that mean? Our company is an Employee Stock Ownership Program or ESOP. ESOPs are companies where some or all of the ownership has transferred to the employees primarily in the form of non-voting company stock. At Systems Engineering, we are 100% employee-owned.
At Systems Engineering, doing business with us means that every representative you talk to is either an owner or on a path to becoming an owner. Every owner at Systems Engineering has a deep, personal, and professional interest in the success of the company and its clients. "Treat it like it's your own," is something we all take quite literally, whether it's spending money, saving money, or ensuring that we find the best solution that's customized to each and every end user.