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Press Release 1
Elizabeth Strohl, owner of PCSC Network Technologies announced today, that the company has changed its name to "Entisys."For the last ten years, the Concord, California based business, has provided computer network consulting, product procurement and support services.
Over the past ten years
has developed from a one person training shop into a comprehensive computer networking company.After researching this matter completely, we have determined that we need a name and identity that truly represents who we are and what we do.The name Entisys is short for Enterprise Information Systems.We have defined ourselves as a company that provides enterprise level solutions in terms of quality, strategy and return on investment for our customers.
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The elder Strohl's widow, Elizabeth Strohl, is now the company's chief financial officer, while her son, Matt Strohl, is chief technical officer.
Entisys Solutions, Inc.
Elizabeth Strohl - Chief Financial Officer Elizabeth
(better known as Bets) personifies the key role in a successful management team.With her
30+ years of experience working with enterprise level clients on a day to day basis she
has brought her
deep skill set in operations, finance, product development, problem solving, interpersonal relationships and human resource development.Bets has demonstrated her
abilities in the management of large staffs with commensurately large annual budgets as well as a small groups of people.This experience has not just brought great value to Entisys
but has also been instrumental in helping Entisys
understand how to work with its enterprise customers.At Entisys, she
is primarily responsible for the day to day fiscal management and operations.She has also worked as a consultant for such companies as UCSF (Peoplesoft Implementation), Wells Fargo (development of call center) and American President Lines (Year 2000 Project).Bets built her reputation in business as the first woman Senior Vice President at Bank of America and was recognized as one of the 50 top women executives in the United States in 19 75 . When she isn't working the numbers, Bets likes to spend her free time working in her vineyard where she has 4 acres of grapes and makes an incredible bottle of wine.She
also enjoys riding the rails on a leisurely trip with her
spouse on their 19 2 0's train car.