Priority Networks (www.proritynetworks.ca), a top computer networking company built on customer satisfaction, announces the signing of three new clients.
Growth is a sound measure of success, and with the recent signing of three new clients, it seems like Priority Networks is on the right track.
“We’re definitely moving forward,” says Massimo DeRocchis, President of Priority Networks. “Small businesses in Toronto see the value in our computer support services and recognize that we can deliver, so it’s actually not that surprising that we continue to sign up new clients on a regular basis.”
The three clients Priority Networks were able to sign are The Paradigm Group, Homepoint Webware, and Kell’s Garden City.
“These are all businesses that are performing well in their own right and understand that they require the IT services and other types of computer support we offer at Priority Networks,” DeRocchis continues. “Our team of technicians is skilled and knowledgeable in all aspects of network and computer technology, so there’s pretty much nothing we haven’t seen or can’t handle.”
DeRocchis goes on to say that Priority Networks is a proactive computer support company, meaning they apply systems and strategies to prevent problems from occurring rather than waiting for problems to occur then reacting accordingly.
“It’s not like we don’t know how to troubleshoot problems. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as our response time is one of the factors that separate us from our competitors. But we feel that taking a proactive approach to computer support benefits our customers by keeping their systems up and running for longer periods of time. And in the digital age we live in, any disruptions to a computer system can significantly impact a company’s operations.”
Priority Networks works hard to reduce the instances of disruptions by offering a high level of IT services to small businesses across Toronto, Vaughan, and throughout the rest of the GTA. Visit the company web site at http://prioritynetworks.ca to learn more about how Priority Networks can help small businesses with all of their computer support needs.
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