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Best Places to Work in Boston, Integration Partners

June 14, 2010

LEXINGTON, Mass., June 14 /PRNewswire/ — Integration Partners, a strategic Juniper Networks Elite, and Avaya Platinum partner, announced today their recognition to this year’s Best Places to Work by the Boston Business Journal.

“We are very excited to be chosen for this award and to be with an exceptional group of companies like Google, Microsoft, and Hubspot. Our employees and the culture we have created are built on customer service and overall teamwork,” said Bart Graf, Principal and Co-Founder of Integration Partners.

The Boston Business Journal reviews over 400 applicants a year in order to select the winners. Applications are reviewed and monitored by an independent firm and the winners are determined through a variety of criteria ranging from employee job ratings in overall satisfaction, differentiators in the workplace, as well as an opportunity to submit a formal response.

“We really want our team to feel they can make a difference here, so we foster a very entrepreneurial spirit in our offices. With new employees coming on board we hope they can see the collaboration and feel open and at ease to contribute with new ideas and concepts,” said David Nahabedian, Principal and Co-Founder of Integration Partners.

ABOUT INTEGRATION PARTNERS

Integration Partners designs, implements and supports secure, fully converged networks using the best solutions the industry offers. We are an engineering firm with roots in enterprise data networking, staffed by professionals who are certified at the highest levels. Most important, we are deeply committed to our customers’ success from configuration and integration through to support and maintenance of the network. The result is that our customers are certain that they have the best possible solution for their needs.

For more information, please visit www.integrationpartners.com


    Contact:
    Bill Xydias
    781-357-8100

SOURCE Integration Partners


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