CMIT Solutions of Cherry Hill is the premier IT support and IT services company for small to mid-sized businesses in Cherry Hill, Marlton, Voorhees, Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, and the surrounding Philadelphia & South Jersey community.
CMIT Solutions of Cherry Hill is proud to be honored as:
Bob Riesenbach, President and Owner of CMIT Solutions of Cherry Hill, grew up in Cherry Hill and graduated with an MBA from The Wharton School in 1987. In the ensuing 20+ years, Bob has launched major new products and services for such well known companies as Subaru, Chase, and Wawa.
In deciding to launch his own business, Bob's goal was to help small business owners in the Cherry Hill area succeed by applying his big-company experience to the small business market. Working in larger-firm settings, Bob knows the value of reliable and actively-managed IT resources, which are now affordably available to the small and medium-sized business. CMIT Solutions, a proven leader in helping small companies use technology as a competitive advantage, offers the perfect platform for Bob to combine his passion for technology with his strategic and operational expertise.
CMIT Solutions is a nationwide provider of information technology (IT) services and solutions for small and mid-sized businesses. With more than 800 consultants and technicians, CMIT has expertise in nearly all technologies and industries. Founded in 1996 in Austin, TX, CMIT Solutions, Inc. has grown into the leading IT solution provider for small and medium sized businesses. With over 10 years of experience and strong industry partnerships, CMIT Solutions is capable of providing enterprise-level services and products that were previously unavailable to the small and medium sized business market.
We are a local Cherry Hill based company with the support of a national network behind us. We focus on making your business run better by understanding your business and technology needs.
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