Be Structured Technology Group Hires New Systems Engineer Scott Chamberlain

Mr. Chamberlain brings 20 years of experience across various industry verticals to the Be Structured team, reports bestructured.com.

Los Angeles, CA - November 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Be Structured Technology Group, downtown Los Angeles’ premier managed IT service provider, has an exciting announcement for their clients: Be Structured Hires Scott Chamberlain as their newest systems engineer. Scott is seasoned information technology professional bringing 20 years of experience across various industry verticals to the Be Structured team. He specializes in stable, highly available implementations built on best practices.

“We could not be more thrilled to have Scott Chamberlain join our team,” said Chad Becker, Director of Operations at Be Structured Technology Group. “Since our company’s inception, we’ve taken pride in providing organizations with both professional, top-notch IT support and friendly, personable technicians. Fortunately, Mr. Chamberlain brings all of that and more to the Be Structured team. We know our clients are going to benefit greatly from his expertise.”

As a technical professional who has traveled the country, Scott Chamberlain has extensive experience in the Microsoft and Citrix sides of IT. He comes to Be Structured Technology Group from a five-year tenure in the aviation industry where he built a new highly available IT environment from the ground up and managed it in house.

Becker went on to say, “Scott is excited to be making the change from an in-house IT professional to a managed IT services and outsourcing environment. Still, while we certainly appreciate Scott’s technical expertise, what we truly admire about him is his commitment to offering the very best service. When Be Structured Hires New Systems Engineer Scott Chamberlain, it’s about more than just adding manpower to our team. We want to make sure that we’re also increasing value for the clients we serve, and we are confident that Scott will work just as hard toward achieving that same goal.”

Visit bestructured.com to learn more about Be Structured Technology Group and how the company helps organizations make IT work for them.

About Be Structured Technology Group:

Be Structured Technology Group is a premier Managed IT Service Provider and IT Support company based in downtown Los Angeles that has been solving IT problems for organizations since 2007. With a friendly and personable team using top-of-the-line tools and their expert technical skills, Be Structured aims to work with organizations to make technology something that works for them rather than against them. The company continues to grow because of their trustworthiness to get the job done and their partner mentality toward the people they serve.

Contact Info:
Name: Chad Becker
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Organization: Be Structured Technology Group
Address: 500 S. Grand Ave., Suite 1150, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Phone: 323-617-5126

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