March 30, 2021

Rich Ford Joins Solvaria as Oracle Consultant



Published on March 30, 2021 by Jennifer Frayser

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Rich Ford Joins Solvaria as Oracle Consultant

Established Richmond-based IT Consultancy Expands its Oracle Practice

 

March 30, 2021

Richmond, Va., - Solvaria, Richmond’s only IT consultancy focused exclusively on database services and strategic IT leadership, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rich Ford as an Oracle Consultant.

Having 15 years of experience with Oracle and SQL Server, Rich brings an impressive background in database management and administration to Solvaria’s growing Oracle team. In this role, Rich will focus on assisting our Oracle team with full-time and supplemental Oracle support for our long-standing customers across Virginia and beyond.

Rich has worked as a database administrator on the west coast for over a decade and has a successful independent practice in California. Prior to his hiring, Rich served Clients in a range of industries from software startups to international financial institutions.

“Rich is an incredibly valuable addition to our Oracle team.” said Greg Samuels, CEO at Solvaria. “We’re looking forward to using his expertise and experience to further assist our clients. We are proud to welcome him as a Solvarian.”

 

ABOUT SOLVARIA:

Solvaria is a boutique IT consulting firm leveraging technology experts to support the two most important pieces of a business – its data and its people. Now in its 20th year of business, Solvaria is comprised of the region’s top talent in IT, including exclusively-senior level database experts and former Chief Information and Technology Officers, all of whom are laser focused on providing customers with IT solutions geared to drive business forward.

 

MEDIA CONTACT:

Jennifer Frayser
Director of Marketing, Solvaria
Jfrayser@solvaria.com
804.305.9878

 

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