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TMCNet:  To Enhance Client Services, ProviDyn Joins Heartland Technology Group and Attends IT Nation by Connectwise

[November 26, 2012]

To Enhance Client Services, ProviDyn Joins Heartland Technology Group and Attends IT Nation by Connectwise

Atlanta, GA, Nov 26, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- ProviDyn, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofit organizations, shows its commitment to improved client services with a recent presence at the 2012 IT Nation conference and with the announcement that Hamish Davidson, president and co-founder of the company, has joined Heartland Technology Group.

The Heartland Technology Group is a unique forum for technology industry executives who are serious about achieving success in their own businesses through sharing and collaboration of best practices. The peer group networks similar companies based on size, number of employees, lines of service, ownership structure and markets served, to find unique solutions to common problems. These peer groups of like-minded IT company leaders meet quarterly in a non-competitive environment to network, share advice and discuss issues.

In line with its focus on internal improvement to foster growth and better service its clients, ProviDyn also had a presence at the recent IT Nation Conference, hosted by ConnectWise, and considered by many to be the premier conference for the managed services industry. During IT Nation, attendees had the opportunity to connect with peers, learn about new solutions and adopt go-to-market solutions to improve their businesses and, in turn, improve the quality of solutions and delivery of client services.

"Grounded in technology, the managed services industry is changing daily and leaves no time for reinventing the wheel," said Hamish Davidson, president and co-founder of ProviDyn. "Collaboration with similar businesses and professionals gives us the opportunity to define best practices based on what has worked for us or our peers and to share ideas, knowledge and experience that will help us even better serve the needs of our current and future customers." About ProviDyn ProviDyn provides technology expertise, services and support to help small and mid-sized organizations sustain growth and strengthen performance. Backed by technology experts, ProviDyn helps organizations gain the full benefits of existing technology, make strategic investments in implementing new technology and maintain an infrastructure that is secure, reliable and flexible. ProviDyn offers managed services, mobile computing, IT strategy, virtualization, cloud computing, business continuity, network security and IP telephony. To learn more about how ProviDyn is Driving Business Through Technology and helping companies reduce costs, improve efficiency and maximize productivity, visit http://www.providyn.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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