Edafio Technology Partners, an information technology (IT) services and consulting firm in Little Rock, has recently made three new hires: Trevor Bates, Brent Saunders, and Trey Sapp.
“We are delighted to have such talented professionals on our team to help in the delivery of quality IT solutions and services to our clients. As a services business, we know that delighted clients starts with having great engineering associates,” said Edafio President Keith Woodruff.
Trevor Bates has been hired as the support desk engineer. Bates is an electrical engineering major for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and worked for the university for four years as head of information technology for the mechanical engineering department.
Brent Saunders has been hired as a senior systems engineer. Saunders graduated from Education America with a degree in electrical engineering. He is also a Cisco Certified Network Professional and a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. Saunders’ professional background includes working as network technology instructor and network administrator for Phillips Community College at the University of Arkansas and as a senior network engineer for the Federal Drug Administration’s National Center for Toxicological Research.
Trey Sapp has been hired as a senior engineer. Prior to joining Edafio, Sapp advanced in various IT positions within USA Drug, most recently as the vice president of IT. Sapp graduated from Oklahoma University with a degree in management information systems.
Edafio Technology Partners is an IT services and consulting firm in Little Rock.
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