The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc. has selected Jason W. Bergeron as a member for 2022. Jason is a native of Terrebonne Parish and an experienced executive with a success record of building strong relationships with key stakeholders to improve organizational outcomes. A strategic thinker, he has displayed proven success in developing and implementing sound business principles and profitability in operations, marketing, and sales to maximize solution opportunities. His strong organizational, planning, analytical and tactical skills allow him to deliver results with a high level of success.
Jason currently manages and owns multiple companies based in Louisiana. He is the founder and CEO of Stratify, LLC, a business consulting company offering CEO, CIO, and Microsoft ecosystem services & support. With Stratify, he resolves customer pain and helps owners work “On” their business instead of “In”. He is versed in the software selection process with experience in over 25 different ERP platforms. He is the co-founder and managing partner of Vitallync, LLC, a telemedicine company that allows for remote rig and vessel workers along with rural locations to have access to a doctor without having to leave the job site. Jason is the founder and CEO of Stratify MSP, LLC. Stratify MSP is an information technology managed service provider dealing in all things related to voice and data. He is also the co-founder and managing partner of Stratify Digital, LLC. Stratify Digital is a digital transformation company utilizing the Microsoft 365 and Azure suites to assist clients with automation and collaboration. Hurricane IDA drove a need for Jason to reenter the IT consulting world again. Post Ida, he started Stratify MSP, LLC, a managed IT services company, which focuses on voice and data solutions picking up where he left off with his previous company. He is formally the co-owner and founder of Technology Professionals, LLC, a voice, data, and design company in Louisiana. Jason’s technical certifications include A+, Network +, and Microsoft. Training and experience include network and server engineering, support, and management. He is versed in project management, workflow processing, and ISO-9000. His expertise includes the industries of design, voice, and data including certifications or competencies with Jason W. Bergeron BIO the following vendors and technologies: Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, HP, SonicWALL, Barracuda, Datto, Citrix, VMware, Veeam, AppAssure, Veritas, and security and telecommunications products.
Jason has been selected for the Chamber of Commerce Star Award and is a graduate of the following programs: Goldman Sachs 10000 SMB business development, Leadership Terrebonne, Leadership Louisiana, and Louisiana Economic Development CEO Roundtable. In an effort to give back to the technology community, Jason is the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) Americas’ membership chair and the vice president of the Louisiana Chapter. He serves on the Nicholls State University (NSU) Computer Information Systems advisory board, is the Chair of the Esports Advisory Board, and is assisting NSU with their Institute for Industry and Education Collaboration program. In his community, he is currently treasurer of the Hache Grant Association, a nonprofit concentrating on revitalization efforts in Terrebonne Parish. He is also a past board member and chairperson of the board of the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce, past board member of the St. Francis Cathedral School Coop Board, past president and board member of the Terreanians Carnival Club, founding member of the Terrebonne Parish Alzheimer Association board, past board member and past president of the Bayou Region Crimestoppers organization, and is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Houma Sunrise. He is also creator of BOSS (Business Owners Solutions Symposium), a business owner support group in partnership with Terrebonne Economic Development Authority
C100 Chief Executive, Michael Olivier stated, “Jason brings a depth of talent and a keen interest in community involvement to the Committee of 100 that will be important to our purpose in making Louisiana a better place for our citizens and for business and industry.”