Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP introduces Catalyst Technology Group

The Eugene, OR-based public accounting firm of Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP (KSBC) recently announced the launch of its new Network Services division, Catalyst Technology Group (Catalyst).

"Our firm is excited about the addition of Catalyst and we look forward to its future growth and success," says Warren Barnes, Managing Partner of KSBC. "It is important for any business to continually introduce new service offerings to meet client needs, and we are confident that existing and prospective clients alike will greatly benefit from the new line of services Catalyst brings to the table."

Led by Allen S. Perkins, Director, Catalyst is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KSBC and a division of KSB Technology Group, LLC. Catalyst is a Certified Partner of both Cisco and Microsoft and offers a broad range of IT consulting services including network design and consulting, office collaboration solutions, network security, storage solutions, backup and disaster recovery, and citrix and remote access solutions. Catalyst is also one of the first technology groups in the Eugene-Springfield area to offer IT managed services—subscription based IT service packages offered through RedHouse Managed Services.

In addition to the extensive list of services offered by Catalyst, the Group is also focused on helping the environment by reducing power and energy usage. Catalyst’s Green IT Solutions include Energy Star compliant network power management, server consolidation and virtualization, and Intel vPro Technology—enabling workstations to remotely power on and off so they are only awake overnight for maintenance.

"Our innovative solutions and knowledgeable team give Catalyst the potential to be highly successful," says Perkins. "We are committed to finding the right solutions for each client’s unique needs and implementing those solutions in a timely and affordable manner."

The offices of Catalyst Technology Group are located at 1170 Pearl Street in Eugene. For more information about Catalyst and its service offerings, contact Allen Perkins at (541) 284-2656 or via email at aperkins@catalyst-itgroup.com.

About KSBC
KSBC has served the Oregon community since 1945 and is one of the region's largest single office accounting firms. The firm's team of 11 partners and 45 professionals provides traditional services along with technology consulting, 401(k) plan administration, business valuation, retirement planning, business consulting and more. Strategic alliances with Oppenheimer & Co. and AGN International provide access to additional financial planning and international business resources.

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