President: Jeremy Treister, Owner / President of CMIT Solutions of downtown Chicago, has over 20 years experience providing IT services to organizations of all sizes. Jeremy directed the systems practice for a midsize construction management company, Rise Group, and led enterprise integration projects for McKesson and NorthShore University HealthSystem. He has helped numerous organizations differentiate themselves through operational efficiency and innovative document management systems. He has MBA from University of Illinois at Chicago and a BA from Indiana University.
Local Team: Tanya Chwojko, Gavin Gould and David Rose are lead Technicians. Their jobs include all aspects of providing technical support to our clients. Most of their time is spent working with our clients around Chicago, building relationships and managing their technology.
Remote Team: Our Chicago team is supported by the entire CMIT system: hundreds of certified engineers at our Network Operations Center (NOC), Help Desk, and technical consultants from franchise partners across the US. We provide a fractional, enterprise level service delivery team.
Associations and Community Involvement: HACIA (Hispanic American Construction Industry Association), Half Acre Cycling Team, Chicago Velo Campus, Northcenter Chamber of Commerce, Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation
Vendor certifications: Microsoft Small Business Specialist, Dell Certified Partner & Cisco Select Certified Partner
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