Sam Zastrow has been hired as an engagement manager, where she will support the Microsoft team by providing technical and customer support for both the client and its end users. She will also oversee the management of various projects, focusing primarily on Microsoft ExpertZone, a retail sales and loyalty community. Zastrow comes to Gage from Energy Resources, where she led event and outreach strategy and management, as well as content and resource development.
Joining the technology team as a senior developer is Luke Mueller. Mueller is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer, and will focus much of his time developing and maintaining software solutions for Microsoft ExpertZone. Most recently, Mueller worked as an independent software consultant and has developed software solutions for a long list of major corporations, including General Mills, 3M, Honeywell and Target Corp.
Also joining the Gage team is Logan Wilberts. As a user experience (UX) architect, Wilberts will work to enhance the way users interact with client systems, focusing heavily on Microsoft projects. Previously, Wilberts was a UX designer at The Nerdery and Taylor Corp., and has a background in both graphic design and web design.
Gage has also added Nick Bukosky as a network administrator. Bukosky is tasked with managing Gage’s internal servers and network equipment, performing patches and software upgrades, and supporting the IT team. Prior to joining Gage, Bukosky worked as a systems administrator at Dakota Drug, Inc.
“While Gage has seen tremendous growth over the past few years, our priority has always been on meeting and exceeding our clients’ needs and expectations,” said Tom Belle, president and CEO of Gage. “We’re excited to welcome these four talented individuals to the Gage team, and know that their diverse skillsets and experience will be an integral part of our continued success.”