Brenda Keene started her career at Hawkeye Community College where she graduated with her degree in Accounting. Shortly after, she was hired as an accountant for a packaging and supply company where she worked for six years.
Brenda found her focus in accounting software at a small technology firm where she started with Great Plains before quickly moving to Sage 100 (what was then called MAS 90/200). At this time, these accounting systems were operated through the DOS interface, but it wasn’t long before Brenda was helping her co-workers adapt to the new mouse controlled systems. After eight years, the company was acquired by a larger software firm where Brenda continued to work for an additional ten years doing Sage 100 consulting.
At her current role as Sage 100 consultant at e2b teknologies, Brenda builds customer success by sharing her deep knowledge of the system.
Brenda spends her free time with family and friends. When she’s not digging into her next novel, she’s lounging poolside in her backyard with her friends and grandkids.
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