CMIT Solutions of North Columbus is the small business IT support and IT services company for Columbus, Westerville, Powell, and Lewis Center.
CMIT Solutions of North Columbus is in the business of helping other businesses. We are a local 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. Smaller businesses, can now achieve Fortune 500 IT leverage on their business results with a small business budget. We offer a family of solutions designed to improve business results based on the effective use of Information Technology. We listen to your needs and match needs with affordable solutions. Call CMIT and schedule a no charge business assessment. Let the professionals at CMIT help lead your management of IT toward improved bottom-line results.
About the Owner and Team:
Tom Lentz President started the Columbus North franchise in 2005. Tom is a graduate of OSU Engineering / Computer and Information Science and is quite familiar with IT in a business environment. Prior to CMIT Tom held a variety of management and technical positions at Industrial Automation giant ABB during 30 + years of service. Responsibilities there included Project Executive in charge of outsourcing US ABB IT infrastructure as well as worldwide responsibility for process optimization of the sales pursuit and bid proposal processes, ABB Automation Division.
We are Microsoft Small Business Specialists.
CMIT Solutions is a nationwide provider of information technology (IT) services and solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs). 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 SMBs. 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 SMB market. We are a local 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. Let the professionals at CMIT help lead your management of IT toward improved bottom-line results.
In addition to Tom Lentz, our leadership team in Columbus includes Anil Vadhi, President of another Columbus CMIT franchise, and our service manager Chad Goldsberry, who has many years of experience in computer networks, network security, data backup, and IT support. We would love to meet you and work with you to help your business grow and prosper.
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