Sharon Beaudry of Colby-Sawyer College Receives the “Make the Customer Feel Good” Recognition from CS3 Technology

The 18-part customer recognition program hosted by CS3 Technology continues.

Tulsa, OK, April 16, 2012 --( Sharon Beaudry, Director at Colby-Sawyer College, has been recognized by CS3 Technology as the recipient of their Essential Behavior program for “Make the Customer Feel Good.” In Sharon’s case, the customer is the employees on her team. This Essential Behavior recognizes the contributions and successes of the customer and encourages thinking on their own.

Sharon recently led her department through a Sage Abra HRMS implementation. While project milestones were important, Sharon made sure her staff was comfortable with each project phase. If there was a concern from a staff member, Sharon would work with that person on the new process until there was confidence. Only when Sharon saw complete staff confidence, did they move forward. “While no implementation is easy, Sharon helped make the transition go very smoothly,” said CS3 president’s Gary Crouch on his nomination form.

“It is always great to be recognized, especially when simply performing the job I love,” said Sharon. “This was a challenging implementation that involved multiple departments. We had to deal with some unexpected situations and had to shift our plan. Our team came together quickly, along with our CS3 consultants, to make the decisions needed to change the plan. We came up with creative, and in many cases, better solutions. As a result our customers, who are the employees, got a great tool. This recognition is truly for our team at Colby-Sawyer College.”

Colby-Sawyer College is a private, independent undergraduate college offering educational programs based in the liberal arts and sciences that are designed to prepare students for the professions and lives of ongoing learning. It was founded as an Academy in 1837 and has been engaged in higher learning since 1928. More information can be found at

CS3 Technology, a professional knowledge firm specializing in the sales, installation, and support of ERP and HRMS solutions, hosts the “18 Essential Behavior” program. The program stems from CS3 Technology’s internal commitment to hiring people who exhibit a series of 18 essential behaviors, such as “Be Authentic,” “Communicate,” and “Protect Your Integrity.” The program has been rolled out to include the recognition of customers. Each month, a video highlighting one behavior is featured on CS3 Technology’s website. Clients and CS3 Technology employees have the opportunity to nominate customers and the CS3 Technology selects the recipient. Next month’s featured behavior is “Constantly Focus on Customer Value.”

For more details on the Essential Behaviors program along with current videos and award recipients, please visit

About CS3 Technology
CS3 Technology offers complete business management consulting services to companies wanting to increase internal efficiencies through proven technology applications. CS3’s two-pronged approach features up front due diligence ensuring a proper recommendation and a detailed methodology ensuring a successful implementation. CS3’s background spans several decades of experience centered on accounting processes, tax compliance, employee benefits, payroll, human resources and information technology. Our consultants have a shared skill set of relevant experience spanning the accounting, distribution, professional services and manufacturing industries along with product expertise. CS3 has selected to work with products developed by Sage. Most recently CS3 has been recognized with the elite President’s Circle recognition from Sage and recognized nationally as a Technology Pacesetter. CS3 is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards and professional growth through its active involvement in the American Institute of CPAs, the Information Technology Alliance, the Sage Software Leadership Academy’s Alumni Association, the HRMS Group and the Oklahoma Society of CPAs. For more information please visit
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