New TrinSoft team members

TrinSoft Welcomes New Team Members

TrinSoft continues to grow and recently welcomed several new team members including Jeremy Prichard, Nathan Overbey and Nicholas Jackson.

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Jeremy Prichard

Jeremy Prichard recently joined the TrinDocs Team. As Director of Sales and Marketing for TrinDocs, Jeremy drives sales by designing and implementing targeted marketing strategies. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Western Kentucky University. Prior to joining TrinDocs, Jeremy most recently served as Director of Operations for Spalding’s marketing department. Outside of work, he is active in various youth & ministry activities in his local community.

Nathan Overbey

TrinSoft also welcomes Nathan Overbey to its TrinDocs Team. Nathan is the Lead Software Engineer and brings to the role 18 years of software application development and design experience. He enjoys working with business needs to produce detailed functional designs that deliver a rich user experience. Nathan earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Indiana State University. Previously, he worked as Lead Developer and Solution Architect for KMSF and ACS.

Nicholas Jackson

Nicholas Jackson newly joined TrinSoft’s Microsoft Dynamics Team. As a Microsoft Dynamics Consultant, Nicholas’ responsibilities include implementations, upgrades, training and support. He is a graduate of Transylvania University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and studied Computer Science. Previously, Nicholas worked as a Senior Software Developer at O’Reilly Auto Parts.  He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, playing banjo, and volunteering at his church. 

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About TrinSoft

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