MicroAge Kingston Named One of the Best IT Support Companies in Canada

In a field where there are many players, such as IT Support and Services, it is often difficult to stand out from the crowd. Often cluttered with competition, it can be difficult to differentiate your company from other IT Managed Services that offer similar services. While this may be a problem for some, it certainly isn’t for MicroAge Kingston. 

For the 5th year in a row, MicroAge Kingston has stood out from the crowd by being named one of the Canada’s 50 Best Managed IT Companies in 2021. The award was created to recognize the best managed service providers who operate throughout Canada and MicroAge Kingston has proven that being the best is in their DNA. This award would be difficult to achieve once, and yet MicroAge Kingston has managed to excel and maintain their status on this prestigious list for 5 years running! Not many companies are able to make this claim! 

When asked what he believes leads to this un-paralleled success, MicroAge Kingston President, Rick Kramer, gives credit to both his team and his customers saying “We are really proud to be a 5 time winner of this award, as this recognition validates the quality of work we do.  I want to thank my awesome staff for their commitment to our customers’ success and security, as well as thanking our customers who trust us with this most important part of their business.” 

MicroAge Kingston specializes in providing quality IT solutions to businesses and other organizations, and have a reputation for stellar customer care, as well as being recognized as a great place to work. They are part of the MicroAge network that spans across Canada with more than 30 locations coast to coast, making them the local expert, with national scope. 

Some of the more common challenges that the MicroAge Kingston team deals with on a regular basis are IT security, system stability, understanding and maximizing the cloud and setting up environments that reduce hacking threats. When clients opt for full service managed IT, MicroAge is better able to deal with these issues when they arise and potentially avoid them all together because they are then able to monitor, manage, maintain and optimize systems. They offer customized services as well that can be structured with your needs in mind. 

Their team of highly skilled technicians know what to look for and how best to protect your IT assets. Isn’t an award winning team just who you want looking after your IT services and security? 

Visit their website to learn more about them at www.microagekingston.ca or reach out to them at 613-384-4141 to find out how they can help you. 

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