Startup Development Team

Cody DeVecht

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Systems Administrator

Challenge Manufacturing
March 2016 - Current

  • Implemented ITIL Service Desk for Incident, Problem, Change & Request Management

  • Implemented Actify Centro for CAD Data Management

  • System analysis & sumpport for 1500+ devices

  • Active Directory administration

  • Group Policy administration

  • Disaster Recovery design & implementation

  • Exchange 2013 migration & administration

  • EMC SAN administration

  • System Center Suite 2012 R2

  • Level I, II & III support

  • Track-IT! administration

  • Samanage implementation & administration

  • Network troubleshooting & support

  • Hyper-V & VmWare (HA) administration

  • RHEL7 administration

IT\Web Support

Action Industrial Supply
September 2015 - March 2016

  • Implemented help desk solution

  • Implemented network monitoring

  • Exchange 2013 administration

  • Network troubleshooting & support

  • Hyper-V & VmWare (non-HA) administration

  • Level I, II, & III Break/Fix support

  • Epicor Prophet 21 administration & support

  • VOIP support

Job Title

January 2023 - June 2025

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