Beth Snider, 3by400 Co-OwnerBeth Snider is frequently the public face of 3by400 and is the primary resource for our clients. Even though Beth operates as the “sales weasel,” she is an accomplished technologist, marketer, and designer. Beth has 25 years of IT consulting background, designing and managing networks for some of the largest

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Bridgette Anderson, 3by400 Co-OwnerBridgette Anderson has managed to accumulate a fierce set of systems administration, programming, website design/development, and training skills. Her background in Joomla started with supporting local ministry web sites and a regional health department, but has transitioned to

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keith_webKeith Criswell is a Web developer with over ten years of experience as a programmer, systems administrator and consultant. He enjoys writing code that turns static Web pages into living, useful applications, and helps develop interfaces for content management and

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Paul Proffitt - 3by400 eCommerce ManagementPaul enjoys meeting clients and learning about their business needs. He has created many Joomla websites and eCommerce sites using Magento. "I enjoy listening as clients describe their business and customers. It is always rewarding to help people achieve success in all that they do.

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Computers have always been a part of Rhonda's life, from Inventory Control to Personnel & Payroll to Account Management for Baker Hughes. A move to church administration exposed Rhonda’s gifts of organization and creativity in her roles as treasurer and missions coordinator.

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