IBM N Series Support Now Available with The IT Consultancy Group

IT Consult, a Sydney based IT consultancy firm (http://www.itconsult.com.au) is responding to a need in the Sydney IT space with a new tailored service offering which is aimed at providing reliable, professional services to IT industry professionals using IBM N series storage hardware and in need of support.

“ We found after performing some localised research in the Sydney area talking through issues with existing customers, other IT service providers and IT industry workers that whilst IBM is an amazing company with many, many industry best practices customers were finding access to quality, reliable support around the N series to be a challenging and time consuming affair. Since then IT Consult has successfully undergone a range of projects across multiple industry verticals from retail, insurance and healthcare to professional services. We offer one point of contact for reliable IT support based around the IBM N series with consulting, support and ongoing support and maintenance agreements. ”

The IT Consult firm is clearly filling a gap within Sydney’s IT space, combining their consultant’s professional experience with easy, fast access to real people. The consultants have worked with the full range of IBM N series from the N3000 Express to the N7000 and the N series gateway products; and with experience in the design and implementation through to maintenance and support the organisation appears well positioned to fulfil the needs of today’s market, which sadly has been lacking until now.

Interested parties can contact the IT Consult organisation directly on 61 2 9270 0621.

View the IT Consult IBM page at www.itconsult.com.au/ibm-n-series-support.

 

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