B–Three Signs Up the A–Team

August 23, 2011

Pittsburgh, PA — Expanding its development staff to handle an increasing volume of business, B–Three Solutions has created its own version of the A–Team with its three most recent hires.

Aaron Cuffman, Andrew Nagle, and Adam Schultz are three promising IT professionals who have joined a B–Three staff that averages more than 15 years of IT experience per person.

Before coming to B–Three as a Systems Analyst, Aaron Cuffman worked for a large firm in the real estate field.  He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Grove City College in 2009.  Cuffman’s IT experience includes a variety of inventory–related applications.  He has shown an aptitude for quickly mastering a new platform and developing software for it.

Prior to beginning his studies at Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Andrew Nagle excelled in competitive software development events sponsored by the Business Professionals of America.  In the process of earning an Associate in Science degree in Computer Programming, he also demonstrated the ability to share his expertise with others.  Nagle served as the manager of the Computer Programming division of PTI’s DirectConnect peer–to–peer mentoring program.  After graduation, he joined B–Three as a Systems Analyst.

After interning with B–Three during the summer of 2010, Adam Schultz returned to Grove City College for his senior year.  Upon graduation with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, he accepted a position with B–Three as a Systems Analyst.  Schultz’s wide range of technical experience extends beyond hardware and network troubleshooting, and into such fields as audio and the programming of stage and auditorium lighting.

Cuffman, Nagle, and Schultz are working with other team members at the B–Three Solutions office in Plum Borough, and at customer sites throughout the Pittsburgh area.