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Welcome Brian Hall as GIS Business Development Manager

3SGPlus is pleased to welcome Brian Hall to the 3SGPlus family. Hall joins as the GIS Business Development manager. Hall started his career in 1995 at Geotrac, Inc as a GIS professional. His expertise in planning, developing and implementing GIS projects has been key to the success of Wayne and Stark counties. Brian Hall has also served as project manager for tax collection and CAMA assessment systems at DEVNET, Inc. He will report to Nathan Dilley, Director of Sales. “We are ecstatic to have Brian on our team. Brian’s GIS expertise coupled with his experience in northern Ohio will prove…

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3SGPlus Enables Intelligent ID To Ship Mission-Critical Application On-Time

3SGPlus, announced today that its custom software development services have enabled the timely shipment of Intelligent ID’s latest product release. 3SGPlus enables its customers to improve productivity, lower operational costs and reduce risks, with its custom software solutions and services. Intelligent ID, a leader in insider threat detection and prevention engaged 3SGPlus custom software development services last year. “It is because of 3SGPlus’ exceptional expertise and unsurpassed commitment we were able to reach our roadmap goals both on-time and under budget,” said Jim Mazotas, Founder/CTO of Intelligent ID. “3SGPlus has become a trusted partner and an extension to our technical…

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Nathan Dilley inducted into Association of Ohio Commodores

Pictured above (L-R): Commodore Nathan Dilley, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and fellow PRIME3SG Commodore Nanda Nair PRIME3SG’s Director of Sales, Nathan Dilley was inducted into the Association of Ohio Commodores. Established by Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes in 1966, the Association of Ohio Commodores has been in existence for over 50 years. The association was established to recognize the contributions of individuals to the economic development of their communities and the state of Ohio.

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Down Syndrome 5k & Fun Run to Happen Again in 2016

Columbus, OH – PRIME3SG Principal Nanda Nair’s running organization 2FGR (2 Fat Guys Running) is at it again! 2016 marks the 7th annual 2FGR Down Syndrome 5K and Kids Fun Run. This event will be occurring on May 19, 2016 at the Dublin Community Recreation Center. Registration starts at 6 pm and the race starts at 7 pm. In its seven years, over $170,000 has been raised with approximately two-thirds of it going toward Down Syndrome causes. At the event there will be the race and run, balloon animals, face painting, and more! “2FGR started eight years ago,” Nair said last year….

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Down Syndrome 5k & Fun Run to Happen Again in 2015

Columbus, OH – PRIME3SG Principal Nanda Nair’s running organization 2FGR (2 Fat Guys Running) is at it again! 2015 marks the 6th annual 2FGR Down Syndrome 5K and Kids Fun Run. This event will be occurring on May 21, 2015 at the Dublin Community Recreation Center. Registration starts at 6 pm and the race starts at 7 pm. In its six years, over $170,000 has been raised with approximately two-thirds of it going toward Down Syndrome causes. At the event there will be the race and run, balloon animals, face painting, and more! Register before May 1st and you will receive $5…

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In Full Swing – the 30,000 square foot move

This week is not business as usual at the PRIME3SG office. Today, January 30th, PRIME3SG will be closing the doors early in preparation for the move to our new office. The new office, located near the interchange of I-71 and Polaris, will provide us with over 30,000 square feet of office space. This will provide our ever growing company with the space that we need now and the space we expect to need in the future. Monday morning instead of driving our usual routes to 344 Cramer Creek Court in Dublin, we will be driving to 8415 Pulsar Place in…

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PRIME3SG Principal Recognized In Community

DUBLIN, OH – PRIME Principal Nanda Nair’s running organization 2FGR (2 Fat Guys Running) was recently recognized in the Columbus Cityscene Magazine. For the past five years, Nair’s organization has put on the 2FGR Down Syndrome 5K and Fun Run. Nair’s annual event, scheduled this year for May 22nd at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, has raised over $140,000; approximately two-thirds of which has gone toward Down Syndrome causes. For this year’s event, the club aims to raise $50,000 and hopes to draw upwards of 1,000 participants. “2FGR started seven years ago,” Nair says. “The vision began as starting a…

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