|By PR Newswire||
|April 1, 2014 06:18 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- InfoTech, a leading software house and systems solutions company, is pleased to announce that the New York State Supreme Court Officers Association (NYSSCOA) has chosen InfoTech's IT Outsourcing services to manage their IT needs.
NYSSCOA has contracted InfoTech to install and develop their IT infrastructure in the associations new Manhattan based location. InfoTech will also provide user support and preventative maintenance, while hosting their data in InfoTech's Manhattan based disaster recovery center.
"Partnering with InfoTech stands among our finest business decisions, said Patrick Cullen, NYS Supreme Court Officers Association's President. "Their IT outsourcing services have enhanced our efficiency and advanced our capabilities with regard to providing information, benefits and protections to our members. Their attention to our needs and their availability to troubleshooting issues is beyond reliable. InfoTech's professionalism begins at the top and allows our organization to never have concern about our systems in this diverse world where we continue to rely heavily on technology."
"We are proud to welcome the NYS Supreme Court Officers Association to the InfoTech family," said Matti Kon, InfoTech's President. "Partnering with such a commendable organization is an honor for InfoTech. We look forward to continuing to support and enhance their IT infrastructure as well as to work in concert with NYSSCOA leadership on implementation of a state of the art database."
About InfoTech Solutions for Business, Inc.
InfoTech Solutions for Business, Inc. (InfoTech) is a privately owned software house and system integration company with a variety of products, IT services and business practices. Headquartered in midtown Manhattan, with satellite offices in the U.S. only, InfoTech is a Microsoft Certified Partner and GSA approved contractor with multiple credentials and certifications. The company's clients include some of the most prestigious banks, media companies, government agencies, and small to mid-size companies representing a wide range of industries. Additional information can be found at www.infotechfb.com or by contacting InfoTech at (212) 245-4222.
About New York State Supreme Court Officers Association
New York State Court Officers are law enforcement officers who provide police services to the New York State Unified Court System, and enforce state and city laws in the State Of New York. Their membership consists of uniformed officers in the courts throughout the five boroughs of New York City as well as Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange and Dutchess Counties. They are affiliated with the A.F.L.-C.I.O. and the International Longshoreman's Association. Their association is dedicated to improving benefits and protecting the rights of all their members.
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