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April 03, 2023

Meet Mapcon Mondays - Featuring Aaron Christensen

Image: Lora WhickerWelcome to another edition of Meet Mapcon Mondays, a monthly interview series starring one of Mapcon's illustrious employees. This time we're sitting down with Aaron Christensen to hear about his tenure here at Mapcon Technologies, Inc.

Q: Introduce yourself.

A: Aaron Christensen, Training/Support Specialist.

Q: Without revealing a deep, dark secret (unless you want to), tell us something about yourself most people don't know.

A: I'm smarter than I look and let on.

Q: Tell us about your Mapcon experience.

A: I've been here for eight years working in two office buildings. I started when we were still at 6.3 – so there have been a lot of changes and additions to the software.

Q: Outside of work, tell us what you enjoy.

A: I enjoy fishing and playing with my dogs.

Q: What is one aspect about Mapcon you would like customers and future customers to know?

A: It’s a great tool, and like any new tool – the more you pick it up and use it, the more comfortable and familiar you get with it. There are lots of moving parts – so be patient.

Aaron is a valued member of the Mapcon team, and we look forward to his continued excellent customer support and training! Join us again next month to get to know another member of the Mapcon family.


Stephen Brayton

About the Author – Stephen Brayton


Stephen L. Brayton is a Marketing Associate at Mapcon Technologies, Inc. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a degree in Communications. His background includes radio, hospitality, martial arts, and print media. He has authored several published books (fiction), and his short stories have been included in numerous anthologies. With his joining the Mapcon team, he ventures in a new and exciting direction with his writing and marketing. He’ll bring a unique perspective in presenting the Mapcon system to prospective companies, as well as our current valued clients.


Filed under: Mapcon, interview — Stephen Brayton on April 03, 2023