AtNetPlus Best IT Services Company in Northeast Ohio

AtNetPlus Best IT Services Company in Northeast Ohio

AtNetPlus, Inc., the area leader in predictable cost IT services, today announced that the firm was chosen as the Best IT Services Company at the NEOSA Best of Tech awards ceremony. The annual awards dinner selects the best technology companies in Northeast Ohio in five categories: Internship Program, Software Product, Emerging Company, Mobile App, and IT Services.

This year the event was held at the Legends Club at Cleveland Browns Stadium and was the highlight of NEOSA Tech Week 2011. NEOSA, the COSE Technology Network has nearly 900 members and works to promote the expansion of the IT industry and technology community in the region. Over 150 people representing a versatile group of companies attended the ceremony.

NEOSA Executive Director Brad Nellis noted, “AtNetPlus was a clear stand out as a leader in the Best IT Services Company category this year from a very strong group of contenders that included Pantek and Devore Technologies as finalists. Northeast Ohio is fortunate to have such a strong and diverse technical community. We have many SMBs such as AtNetPlus working to bring economic development and new opportunities to the area.”

AtNetPlus Partner Jim Laber said, “This award is about the team. My business partner, Jay Mellon and I are proud of our staff. Their hard work and dedication to our clients is inspiring. It is an honor to work with them and we are pleased to be among the companies recognized by NEOSA this year.”

 

2017-02-13T11:50:04+00:00 May 23rd, 2011|

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