SWK expands network services practice
With the tagline, "SWK Does IT Better," SWK Technologies, Inc., recently opened up its new Network Services Web site.The site is designed to explain the expanded, full range of SWK's IT offerings, including network services; managed services; and backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity services.
"Our Network Services practice represents a huge cross-selling opportunity with our clients, prospects, and referral sources that will now be more aware that SWK offers a full complement of IT services," said Matthew H. Hahn, vice president of Network Services. "For example, if we are working on a Sage ERP X3 installation, the client may have ancillary needs in various IT arenas, such as network design and implementation, or perhaps NetUp by SWK, our server support, network management, and preventive care technology."
SWK also offers short- and long-term project work, and accepts special assignments from companies that need advice on hardware, software, systems, or installations and integrations.
For more information on Network Services, contact Matt Hahn at (973) 758-6106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About SWK Technologies, Inc.:
SWK Technologies, Inc., is an IT consulting company providing strategies and solutions to meet its clients' information and business management needs. As a Sage Software Authorized Business Partner, Sage Gold Development Partner and Authorized Training Center, SWK offers best-of-breed solutions for accounting and business management, financial reporting, CRM, job costing systems and warehouse management. Specializing in collaborative commerce - the communication and cooperation between suppliers and customers - SWK developed MAPADOC EDI, a solution that integrates seamlessly with the business management solutions it sells and supports. SWK also provides managed network services and has offices in Livingston, NJ; in Long Island, Syracuse and Buffalo, New York; and in Greenwich, Connecticut.
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