Todd Fisher, CCNA joins AtNetPlus, Inc. as Director of Operations

Todd Fisher, CCNA joins AtNetPlus, Inc. as Director of Operations

AtNetPlus welcomes Todd Fisher to their management team.

Leading technology firm, AtNetPlus announced today that Todd Fisher, CCNA, has joined their management team as Director of Operations. Fisher will work out of the company’s corporate office in Stow. His broad experience is expected to augment internal operations as the company enhances systems and procedures.

Partner, Jim Laber noted, “In addition to an extensive knowledge of computer support technology, Todd brings a wide-ranging background of business experiences to the job. His insight will help us improve our internal operations to accommodate our long term growth. His organizational and technical skills will be useful as we continue to add more IT Specialists to our technical staff and increase our client base. Todd is able to communicate clearly with both our technical team and the business clients that we serve.”

“We are excited to have someone with Todd’s knowledge and enthusiasm on board. We are certain that our customers will benefit from his specialized skills. He is a welcome and much needed addition to the team,” concluded Laber.

Fisher comes to AtNetPlus following twenty years as owner/operator of a computer consulting firm that also got its start in Stow. Additional experience comes from assignments as a tire construction engineer, quality control department manager, and flight department operations manager for various companies based in the Akron area.

With the addition of Fisher to the AtNetPlus management team, the company continues its planned expansion of staff and equipment to serve an increasing number of businesses and industries.

2016-10-28T19:19:38+00:00 June 10th, 2009|

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