If your business depends on technology, you need CMIT Solutions of Long Island.
As the owner of CMIT Solutions of South Nassau and area developer for Long Island and New York City, Armando D'Accordo brings more than 22 years of experience to the support industry. CMIT Solutions of South Nassau provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in Wantagh, Bellmore, Merrick, East Meadow, Westbury and Carle Place.
Armando has presented at many conferences and symposiums and is an accomplished and entertaining speaker, as well as an industry leader. He also had extensive experience in technical consulting, business continuity, HIPAA compliance, data forensics, data security and operational effeciency and security audits.
James Bellotti, the owner of CMIT Solutions of Central Nassau provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in Garden City, Mineola, Hempstead and Uniondale.
James Bellotti spent three decades developing and implementing information technology solutions for the financial services industry. He earned a BS from St. John’s University, an MBA from Baruch College and a MS in Management from Polytechnic University. He is also a certified Project Management Professional and member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is also a member of local PMI chapters and special interest groups.
Harun Hassouni, the owner of CMIT Solutions of North Nassau has had over 30 years of experience in International Banking, Finance and Trading—first with a fortune 500 financial institution, and later on working with smaller companies in the same industry. Having always depended on the most up to date and a smooth running technology infrastructure throughout his career, Harun understands the value of a stable and dependable environment as a tool to grow his business. Harun holds an MBA from NYU in International Business and Management, and a BSc from US International University in San Diego.
His company provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in Manhasset, Roslyn, Roslyn Heights, Albertson, Plainview, Syosset, Jericho, Woodbury and Old Westbury.
Larry Schweitzer, the owner of CMIT Solutions of East and West Nassau is a versatile IT leader with more than 20 years of experience orchestrating profitable infrastructure programs to solve complex business needs. As a Vice President of service delivery for an international financial institution he managed service partnerships with Verizon and Avaya. In addition he designed and implement high-performance technology data communication solutions to increase productivity, enable growth, and reduce operating expenses. Larry has been on ‘both sides of the fence’ as a client and managed service vendor and has embraced managed service as a cost effective solution for business.
His company provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in Melville, Farmingdale, Bethpage, Hicksville, Levittown, Lake Success, Great Neck, New Hyde Park, Port Washington and the Willistons.
David Merkin, the owner of CMIT Solutions of Southwest Nassau has more than twenty years’ experience in the technology industry working for large corporations. As a Vice President at Goldman Sachs for 12 years, David lead technology projects from beginning to end providing solutions to technology on the enterprise level. With the same convictions and drive David can provide the same quality service to small and medium-sized businesses.
His company provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in Cedarhurst, Hewlett, Woodmere, Woodsburgh, Hewlett Neck, Rockville Centre, Lynbrook, East Rockaway, Hempstead, North Valley Stream, North Woodmere and Valley Stream.
Eric Heinicke, the owner of CMIT Solutions of North Central Suffolk. His company provides IT support and IT services to small businesses in East Northport, Smithtown, Commack, Hauppauge, Asharoken, Islandia, Elwood, Villiage of the Branch, Fort Salonga, Eatons Neck, Central Islip and Kings Park.
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