CMIT Solutions of The Lakes is the small business IT support and IT services company for Las Vegas.
Helen Feng, PMP is the President of CMIT Solutions of the Lakes. Ms. Feng has a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science and has also graduated from the Honors College at SUNY Stony Brook. Her senior thesis focused on analyzing how to efficiently help users determine the correct PC configuration to meet their actual use of technology. Ms Feng has over 15 years of Enterprise IT experience and is certified by the PMI as a Project Management Professional. Ms. Feng also holds a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. She has led technology teams in sizes ranging from 3 to over 100 worldwide for Fortune 500 companies. She has consolidated technical helpdesks across the country, has conducting technical training classes to a worldwide audience, and most importantly enjoys helping others increase their business efficiencies through the use of technology. Ms Feng believes that technology should be a tool that is used to help, rather than hinder a business.
CMIT Solutions of the Lakes has been serving the Las Vegas Business Community since 2009. CMIT Solutions of the Lakes is also committed to supporting Non Profit organizations in the Las Vegas area such as All Fur Love Animal Society which is a non profit animal rescue organization here in Las Vegas.
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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.
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