Posts Tagged ‘Synergetics’

Synergetics hires Angela Harris

by Published: September 6,2013

Tags: Angela Harris, Business, Mississippi, Synergetics, technology

Angela Harris has joined Synergetics Diversified Computer Services as an Inside sales account manager. Harris, a native of Corinth, is a 2013 graduate of Mississippi State University where she earned her master’s degree in public policy administration and a bachelor’s in communication. She previously worked as a graduate teaching assistant at Mississippi State University, public […] [...]

Two complete courses

Dennis Howell and Ross Pickle of Synergetics recently completed training in a series of Shortel phone system courses that began last October. A total of three certifications were awarded to each of them during the overall training period. In January of this year, both received training and certifications in “Implementing and Troubleshooting ShoreTel Phone Systems.” […] [...]

Synergetics hires technology facilitators

Synergetics has hired 22 technology facilitators to work with school districts throughout Mississippi and Alabama. They will work within a school to provide job embedded professional development to teachers. These services assist teachers in the planning and implementation of technology rich lessons for classroom instruction. The facilitators are Glendora Alexander, Kim Bennett, Wanda Doss, Amy […] [...]

Synergetics – Small Category 4th Place

by Published: May 17,2010

Tags: 2010, Best Places to Work, Mississippi, Synergetics

At Synergetics, technology is a tool. Founded as a part-time business by Jim Raines in 1992, Synergetics provides a wide range of computer products and services, including IP-based video security systems. But, Raines also envisioned technology such as computers in classrooms and libraries in the state’s school systems becoming a larger part of the curriculum. […] [...]

Kelly to work with schools

by Published: January 4,2010

Tags: Dontel Kelly, Synergetics

Synergetics has hired Dontel Kelly of Starkville as a technology facilitator based out of the Starkville office. Kelly graduated from Mississippi State University with a bachelor of science in information technology services in 2007. He then continued his education and received a master of science degree in instructional technology in 2009 also from Mississippi State. […] [...]


by Published: November 30,2009

Tags: Fast 40, Synergetics

When Jim Raines was working for the U.S. Forest Service’s technology department in 1993, he looked around and saw a need. Specifically, he saw technology such as computers in classrooms and libraries in the Mississippi’s school systems becoming a bigger part of the curriculum. What was lacking were the resources to support the technology. There […] [...]

Dowdy joins Synergetics

by Published: October 19,2009

Tags: Flowood, John Dowdy, Synergetics

Synergetics has hired John Dowdy of Flowood as a cabling lead based out of the Starkville office. Dowdy has worked extensively the last eight years in the A/V and security system field. [...]

Synergetics brings in Burton

by Published: October 12,2009

Tags: Daniel Burton, Philadelphia, Synergetics

Synergetics has hired Daniel Burton of Philadelphia, Miss., as a cabling lead based out of the Starkville office. He has vast experience in networking, and network maintenance over the last 20 years. This includes 10 years of service in the United States Air Force. [...]

Berg awarded certification, Boring joins firm

by Published: August 24,2009

Tags: Jonathan Berg, Kyle Boring, STARKVILLE, Synergetics

Jonathan Berg, a network technician with Synergetics DCS in Starkville, has received his Microsoft MCITP Server Administrator 2008 certification after an intensive seven-day boot camp. He also received his Lightspeed Total Traffic Control Administrators License through a week-long certification course in Biloxi. Berg has been with Synergetics over two years. Kyle Boring has joined the […] [...]

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