When your business is down due to a computer hardware or software issue you need to have a solution that you can rely on. CMIT Solutions of Tacoma is your managed service provider who can ensure your employees are staying productive.
For businesses with 5 to 99 computers, CMIT Solutions also offers a managed services plan. For a fixed monthly fee, the CMIT Marathon managed services plan provides proactive maintenance and technical support for your business technology infrastructure.
CMIT Solutions of Tacoma is the Information Technology services company for Small Businesses in Tacoma, Puyallup, Edgewood, Sumner, Bonney Lake, Browns Point, and Milton.
About the Owner:
Alan has over 26 years of experience in Professional Services, Information Technology and Managed Services with Fortune 500 companies. Prior to concentrating exclusively on Information Technology Alan filled positions as Manufacturing Engineer, Design Engineer, Engineering Manager and Data Center Manager. He is a results oriented leader with diverse industry experience and expertise. At CMIT Solutions, he is using that Fortune 500/Large Business leadership experience to help the small and medium sized business owner meet and exceed their IT requirements and goals.
CMIT Solutions of Tacoma is partnered with Dell, HP, Oki Data, Intuit, Constant Contact and others to deliver end-to-end solutions that address small business needs. From equipment ordering and software upgrades to web design and implementation, CMIT Solutions of Tacoma enables your business to focus on your customers while we handle needs with third party vendors.
CMIT Solutions of Tacoma is a member of:Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce: http://www.tacomachamber.org/Fife Milton Edgewood Chamber of Commerce: http://www.fifechamber.org/Rotary Club of Downtown Puyallup: http://www.puyalluprotary.org/Association of the US Army, Fife-Milton-Edgewood chapter: Supporting the 2D Ranger Battalion.Milton Veterans of Foreign War Post 11401 Fife, Milton, Edgewood. https://www.facebook.com/pages/VFW-Post-11401-Fife-Milton-Edgewood/127947937277210
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