Sharon Buchanan

Senior ERP Consultant

At CS3 Technology since
2017
Sharon Buchanan

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While on 2017 Spring Break in Colorado with my children, we embarked upon an adventure to Cave of the Winds in Manitou Springs. There we went on several
tours, which included the Bat-A-Pult and Discovery Tour. However, the main attraction was the
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The ride sits on the edge of a 200ft cliff of Williams Canyon. Riders are securely strapped into a two-seated swing. The floor opens, the seat leans
forward giving the riders a glimpse of the bottom of the canyon, and unexpectedly launches 200 feet into the canyon at 100 miles per hour. Needless
to say, the adrenaline turned into fear and later laughter. This is one ride I can say, “I have done that and have no intentions of every doing again.”




As an avid music lover of all genres, Jazz music is my favorite. The soothing sounds relax and ease my mind from stress and chaos. Both Peter White
and Euge Groove are my favorite Jazz musicians who often tour together. I follow their tour dates each year and attend each of their concerts in Texas
often sending Twitter messages to extend their tour to Tulsa at the infamous Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.




The Golden Girls is by far the best sitcom on television. It depicts the bond of women who have loved, lost, and now live with and for each other.
Their friendship is unbreakable.



As like several others, Information Technology was not my chosen career path. My career began as a customer support specialist for a Fortune 500 Oil
and Gas company in my hometown of Houston, TX and has since flourished into an IT Business Consultant. Having worked in various roles within Supply
Chain and Business Analytics positioned me to begin working on internal ERP implementations, IT technical support, and eventually consultancy. Majority
of my career has been working for medium to large Oil and Gas companies in their internal IT departments. However, it wasn’t until I began working
for one of the world’s largest technology companies that essentially changed my outlook of Information Technology. Meeting, working, and networking
with prodigious Women In Technology reassured me that although this was not my chosen career, it is the right career path. The journey has been and
is rewarding.


Sharon Buchanan

is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology

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