Computer Solutions of SC Adds IT Services Division

For Immediate Release

Southeast leader in the integration, customization and management of
Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM solutions now offering on-site and remote IT Services

August 11, 2010 (Greenville, SC)  Computer Solutions of SC (http://www.computersolutionssc.com), a company specializing in the integration, customization and management of Microsoft Dynamics GP (accounting) and CRM (customer relationship management) solutions, announced today they now offer a full range on-site and remote IT Services throughout the Upstate.

Computer Solutions of SC provides packages for month-to-month and hourly IT services; a long-term contract is not required. Clients are assigned to an experienced Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer as their point of contact.

“Our clients are usually in one of two situations”, stated Brian Phillips, owner of Computer Solutions of SC. “They either do not have an in-house team and need someone they can count on to help them with IT issues or they already have an IT staff and only need support from a backup team periodically. Computer Solutions of SC is equipped to handle either situation.”

I.T. Services from Computer Solutions of SC include virtualization, hardware/software procurement and installation, server installation, workstation support, security network design, network monitoring, troubleshooting, disaster recovery, hosted exchange and many others. For a complete list or to schedule a free consultation, visit http://www.computersolutionssc.com/it-services.

About Computer Solutions of SC

Computer Solutions of SC, headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, specializes in the integration, customization and management of Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM and a full-range onsite and remote IT Services to clients throughout Upstate, South Carolina and the southeast. For more information on Computer Solutions, visit http://www.computersolutionssc.com.

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1. Septian wrote:
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