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Fast-growing ITsavvy announces New York expansion

April 14, 2015

ADDISON, IL—ITsavvy, a premier end-to-end IT products and services provider, just announced the expansion of its New York presence into a larger, state-of-the-art office space in Hauppauge. The new space features a collaborative working environment and an impressive Network Operations Center (NOC). ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “The new office provides a workspace that encourages new ideas, knowledge-sharing, and creativity. It promotes the high level of client service that we have always been known for.” Features of the new office include: • A state-of-the-art NOC • An expansive conference room • Open, dynamic workspace that encourages collaboration • Ample room to accommodate continuous growth • Upscale employee amenities • A convenient location The advanced NOC is designed to deliver the best possible client service in the industry; with the latest technology and the most sophisticated tools for monitoring and managing client networks. It features a bank of network monitors that allows engineers to see clients’ systems, resolve issues, and respond to alerts in real time. Engineers can also monitor the weather and breaking news; and respond proactively to any situation that could adversely impact ITsavvy’s clients. Vice President of ITsavvy’s Advanced Solutions Group Barry Goldstein said, “We designed the NOC with a glass wall so that visitors can see how we operate. The NOC can accommodate up to 12 employees and has the capability to run 24/7. Security is always a top priority for us, so there is controlled access to the room and everything is backed by a system of redundancies.” The environment is open, bright, colorful, and positive. Even the kitchen is state-of-the-art with two oversized refrigerators, a convection oven, a microwave, and a dishwasher. “It sends the message that we value our employees,” Goldstein said, adding that the company is actively recruiting client executives and engineering resources for the new office. “Prospective employees that come here love the atmosphere, amenities, and the convenient location,” he said. “They look around and their first reaction is: Yes, I would like to work here.” The new office is located at 90 Adams Ave., Hauppauge, New York—at the corner of Oser Ave. and Adams Ave. in the heart of the Hauppauge Industrial Park. It’s two minutes from the Long Island Expressway. The main phone number is 631-261-6900. The new location gives ITsavvy the expertise and bandwidth to fully support its growing roster of New York-based clients. “This expansion is a pivotal opportunity to show the business community in New York and beyond why ITsavvy is a leading IT product and service provider throughout the U.S.,” Theriault said. ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing resources for integrated IT products, technology solutions and technical staffing in the U.S., is a recognized leader in tailored end-to-end IT product and service solutions. ITsavvy built its reputation as a value-added reseller with industry-leading product availability, design and implementation, client support and delivery speed through 46 distribution centers across the U.S. ITsavvy also has data center locations in New Jersey, Illinois and New York. The company’s user-friendly website provides hundreds of concise, leading-edge IT decision-making resources, including an e-commerce site with real-time pricing and availability. ITsavvy is headquartered in Addison, Ill, with offices in Chicago’s Loop; Hauppauge, N.Y.; New York, N.Y.; Warren, N.J.; Aurora, Ill; Davenport, Iowa; Hayward, Calif.; and Beavercreek, Ohio. Call 1-855-ITsavvy (1-855-487-2889), email:, visit:

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