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Employee Spotlight: Neil Solomon, Client Business Executive

Employee Spotlight: Neil Solomon, Client Business Executive

Welcome back to another installment of our “Thrive Spotlight” blog series.

Our featured employee is Neil Solomon, Client Business Executive at Thrive. Neil is a strategic thinker with a flair for charting out strategies for clients with customized solutions to enhance their businesses.

Neil lives in Sykesville, Maryland and enjoys doing home projects and spending time at the beach. You can also find him on the sidelines, coaching his kids on baseball and basketball teams.

Hi Neil! Can you tell us about your background and how you came to Thrive?

I first became interested in computers at age 12. I enjoyed building, coding, troubleshooting and problem-solving. That led to a natural progression of my IT career with roles as Director of IT, Senior Solutions Consultant, National Enterprise Account Manager, Director of Sales and now here at Thrive, as a Client Business Executive. I joined Thrive after one of my former colleagues raved about the company’s leading Cybersecurity and Cloud solutions. And it was all true!

Where did you go to school or get training?

I received my bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Management and an MBA Certificate from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

What do you most enjoy about working for Thrive?

The people here are like family. Everyone works together as a team and is always willing to listen and adapt to change to achieve success.

Any recent exciting projects at Thrive that you can tell us about?

Being awarded a spot at President’s Club during my first full year at Thrive was an honor, and I look forward to continuing the journey to achieve many more goals.


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