CMIT Solutions of West Metro Denver is the premier small business IT support and IT services company for West Metro Denver including Englewood and Littleton, Colorado.
Visit our site at www.cmitwestdenver.com.
As president of CMIT Solutions of West Metro Denver, John Cannata brings over 25 years of IT experience to his clients. While John has spent a good part of his career making contributions to large organizations including Wal-Mart, Visa International, US West and MCI, his heart is with small businesses. As a small business owner himself, he understands the resource and budget constraints they face – and he’s dedicated to bringing them the expert guidance and IT support they need at a price they can afford.
What’s a Mondopad? In short, it’s the most innovative device to hit conference rooms since dry erase markers. Sporting a 55-inch LCD touch screen, video camera, sound bar and on-board computer, you can think of it as a wall-sized iPad. If you’ve spent any amount of time in meetings, you’ve no doubt heard of InFocus–the leading manufacturer of projectors and high-end presentation equipment. The Mondopad is their latest innovation. Read about Mondopad here.
CMIT Solutions of West Metro Denver is an authorized reseller of Mondopads. Call us at 303.728.9647 to reserve yours today.
We provide a full range of IT services including:
This is just the short list. Give us a call to discuss these or other needs you have.
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