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Business Observer Friday, Apr. 22, 2022 5 months ago

Regional IT firm announces three promotions

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The company's president says the executives helped drive business growth, leading to their new roles.

Fort Myers-based Entech recently announced a slew of promotions. 

Chris Brenes, Stephen Tracy and Josh Stevens all received promotions from the IT service provider. Their new, and former, positions are listed below: 

  • Brenes, the former director of IT and security, is the new chief information security officer.
  • Tracy was promoted from director of managed services to the new vice president of service operations.
  • Stevens was announced as the new vice president of platform operations. 

“Their contributions have been invaluable to not only driving business growth but also creating a great company culture for our staff," says Buddy Martin, Entech's president, in a statement. "Their expertise and insight throughout the years have had a profound and positive effect on Entech and have enabled us to do what matters the most, which is to serve our partners and community.”

As the chief information security officer, Brenes is now responsible for Entech’s cybersecurity, compliance and IT infrastructure. Brenes will also consult with firms in the area to provide design, analysis and cybersecurity.

In his new position, Tracy maintains Entech’s relationships with clients while staying focused on growing its partner base. 

Stevens, who has more than 10 years of experience in information technology, began with the company as a consultant before becoming a business operations manager. Now as VP of platform operations, he’ll spend time designing and implementing solutions for clients. 

The company serves the Fort Myers, Naples, Sarasota, Bradenton and Tampa Bay areas, providing businesses with fully managed technology solutions. In January, it merged with ITVantage into a company that is now supporting more than 17 vertical industries. It was determined the company would continue to operate as Entech. 

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