Company Announcement: Joshua Van Berkum Joins Fisher’s

Company Update

Fisher’s Technology, #1 IT & Tech Support and Cybersecurity provider as voted by the Idaho Business Review, is excited to announce Joshua Van Berkum as the new Vice President of IT Services. Joshua officially began his role on May 13th, overseeing the Fisher’s managed IT team.

VP of IT Services

"Fisher’s is thrilled to welcome Josh Van Berkum as our newly appointed Vice President of IT Services,” says Ty Grigsby, Fisher’s President. “Josh is a nationally recognized and highly respected IT leader. We are proud to have him join our senior leadership team and board of directors. With his extensive experience and innovative vision, Josh will play a crucial role as we continue to drive our growth and technology initiatives into the future. Congratulations, Josh, and welcome to the team. We are excited to see the remarkable impact you will bring to our organization, our talented team, and the amazing clients we serve each day."

Joshua brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of success in the IT sector. With over 18 years of experience in IT leadership roles, Joshua has demonstrated expertise in developing and implementing innovative technology solutions, driving digital transformation, and enhancing cybersecurity measures.

In his new role as Vice President of IT, Joshua will be responsible for:

  • Leading and managing the managed IT team to ensure the highest
    levels of performance and reliability.
  • Developing and executing IT strategies that align with the company’s
    overall business objectives.
  • Overseeing the implementation of new technologies and systems to
    improve operational efficiency.
  • Enhancing the company's cybersecurity framework to protect
    against evolving threats.
  • Fostering a fun culture of continuous improvement and innovation
    within the IT department.

Joshua attended Michigan State University and Bakar College earning a degree in Computer Information Systems. His career started at a high-end reseller company, then transitioned into Microsoft training. At 24 years of age, he started working for himself, which eventually led to selling his Managed Services Provider (MSP) 18 years later.



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