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Welcome, Stefan Beckmann! Nerdio’s Newest NVP 

In case you haven’t heard, our NVP (Nerdio Valued Professional) program seeks to support and give back to individuals who consistently and voluntarily work to support Nerdio, our products, initiatives, and vision.  

We launched the program in December 2021 and wanted to quickly recap some of the great community content assets produced by our NVPs to-date:  

And it is with much excitement, I am pleased to share our newest member of the NVP program: Stefan Beckmann! Get to know Stefan a bit below, and if you think you got what it takes to be a Nerdio NVP, please fill out our registration form at the bottom of the NVP landing page.  

Hi, my name is Stefan Beckmann, I currently work as a Senior Azure Consultant at baseVISION AG in Switzerland and live near Bern.  

I have been working for various service providers since 1999. I was responsible for a variety of technologies. The deployment of workplaces, physically and virtually, and the operation and further development of data centers were my core business for a long time. Since 2018, I have now been involved in Azure, Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) and Windows 365. In all this time, automation has always been an integral part. In Summer 2022, I joined baseVISION to support our enterprise customers in the conception and realization of Azure infrastructure and AVD projects. 

Before I started working in IT, I was already interested in computer science in my spare time. Since technology still inspires me today, it is still my profession and hobby at the same time. Even before I started to implement the first projects with AVD it was clear that I would try to use Nerdio. For one of the first AVD customers I was able to implement Nerdio Manager for Enterprise and automate their infrastructure. At that time, I was still working for a CSP, where I had also gain first hand experience with Nerdio Manager for MSP, used to serve SMB clients. 

So far, I’ve been able to recommend Nerdio right at the beginning of every new AVD project and convince the customer of the added value because I’ve experienced it myself. For me, it’s clear that if I’m enthusiastic about a product and have the opportunity to provide feedback and suggestions for improvement, then I’m happy to do so. I also try to pass on my enthusiasm for a product to the people around me, be they customers or colleagues, in case they could benefit. In addition, the community has always been important to me, and I want to give something back there as well. 

Receiving the NVP title is an honour for me. It gives me the opportunity to dig deeper into the product and get closer to the Nerdio team to improve the product and incorporate customer feedback into the development.