Advanced Systems Group Welcomes Jeff Inouye to our Boise, Idaho Office

Posted by Amy Besoushko
February 11, 2014

Advanced Systems Group is pleased to welcome Jeff Inouye to our Boise, Idaho office to support client growth and expansion.

For most of his career, Jeff has been a consulting engineer with experience in private clouds, SaaS and converged infrastructures. In particular, he’s cultivated a thorough understanding of the NetApp, VMware, F5, FlexPod, and Cisco Unified Computing System products. As a Consulting Engineer for ASG, Jeff will assess client needs, provide product and architectural advice and offer strategic hands-on assistance to customers.

He says he’s looking forward to helping companies focus their technology initiatives on projects that will help support their growth now and in the future.

In the Boise office, Jeff is joining Pamela Massey, Account Executive; Grant Loveridge, Regional Systems Architect; and Patrick Healey, who was recently promoted to Systems Consultant. In this new role, Mr. Healey will be providing customers with high-level IT architecture and design services. He’s currently available to design and deploy innovative application solutions, hardware and processes across operations.

As our Executive Vice President, John Murphy, says, “With Patrick’s promotion and the addition of Jeff to our already outstanding team, we’re leading the way with top IT talent to support our customers in the Idaho region.”

Congratulations, Patrick and welcome aboard, Jeff!


About Amy Besoushko Amy Besoushko has over 15 years of experience in IT marketing and a specialized skill set in graphic design and communication. As the Marketing Director at ASG, she manages all marketing activities by leveraging her in-depth understanding of technology trends, project/campaign design and execution, online marketing, and budget planning.

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