Service Express, Inc. Announces Official Sponsorship for CIOsynergy Atlanta

February 9, 2013

Service Express announces sponsorship for upcoming CIOsynergy event in Atlanta. Over 100 CIOs and IT Executives will gather for the annual IT summit on February 21, 2013.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

Service Express, Inc. (SEI) is a leader in delivering flexible service solutions for on-site server and storage maintenance, focusing on mainframe, midrange and Intel based servers for IBM, DEC, HP, Sun/Oracle and Dell, as well as EMC and STK storage. SEI has also extended their service offerings by adding NetApp, Hitachi and Cisco.

SEI’s Vision is to “work with our employees to help them achieve their personal, professional, and financial goals” and it has led to double digit annual growth and a 98% customer retention rate. It’s just one part of The SEI Way of doing business which has made SEI a trusted partner for IT departments in Atlanta. Attendees of CIOsynergy will have the opportunity to hear SEI President, Ron Alvesteffer, provide an introduction to The SEI Way at the Networking Lunch.

CIOsynergy Atlanta is an elite opportunity for local CIOs and IT executives to exchange ideas and solutions. IT leaders will have the opportunity to participate in face-to-face meetings, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.

The conference includes an innovative vision from keynote speaker, Jeff Taylor, founder of Monster.com. As an expert in the technology industry, Jeff Taylor will speak about his experience making visions a reality.

“SEI is honored to participate in this elite gathering of CIOs in Atlanta. With the demands of big data increasing, we´re committed to providing the options and support for IT leaders to best meet these challenges,” states SEI President, Ron Alvesteffer.

For more information on Service Express, Inc.: http://www.seiservice.com

For more information on CIOsynergy: http://www.ciosynergy.com

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