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  Nathan Misirian  
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Autumn Consulting

Nathan Misirian, owner of Autumn Consulting, has extensive background in web site design and web-based content management systems. Developing the fundamentals of network engineering, database reporting and PC support as the MIS Manager for a 50 person, private, health care company for five years.

Nathan also spent seven years at Case New Holland, leading global IT and PC training, Dealer eBusiness Services in North America and as the Global eBusiness Manager. While there, Nathan led the design and implementation of five, multi-lingual web-based content management Internet web sites. He also received the Chairman's Award for leading the development and implementation of the first global, web-based content management tool for the Intranet.

Since founding Autumn Consulting five years ago, Nathan has integrated his professional, educational and business experience into helping Autumn Consulting clients leverage technology to grow and expand their business. Clients, who have been featured on cable's MSNBC due to their high search engine ranking, regularly communicate with their customers via eNewsletters. They credit well designed and programmed web sites for bringing in new business.

Nathan earned his MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a BA in Education from Cedarville University. He is a Certified Network Engineer.

 
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