Paul Reed, Account Manager

Paul has a powerful desire to help people address their technology challenges. He finds it rewarding and fulfilling to develop and implement a solution, and see the improvements in your business efficiency.

Paul has been in the IT field for about 20 years. He joined Affinity Technology in 2013 as a bench technician, and moved up from there to a level 1 help desk technician, to a level 2 technician, to his current role as Account Manager.

He enjoys being the go-to person for answers to your technology challenges. It is his responsibility to provide the best possible solution, while being mindful of your timeline and budget.

Believe you can, and you are halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Paul was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and has lived in several states. He is passionate about continually expanding his knowledge in both technology and world affairs.

When he is not working, Paul can be found riding his e-Bike, spending time with his significant other and working on projects around the house, like ripping out fireplaces and building sheds.

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