Netsync Poised for Growth in 2019

Houston TX – February 7, 2019 – Netsync, the largest technology VAR in the Texas region for educational institutions, kicks off the new year by launching a new brand identity setting the stage for an aggressive year of growth. Focused initiatives will drive new opportunities in the enterprise and commercial space by partnering with companies like Cisco, HPI, NetApp, F5, Veeam, HPE, Citrix, VMware, DELL/EMC, TrippLite, APC, Eaton, Radware and others.

This year Netsync is prioritizing national growth with expansion into California, Florida and Missouri. This growth will increase Netsync’s footprint from a strong regional player to a national provider targeting K12 and Higher Education, State & Local Government, Federal, Energy, Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail and Service Providers.

As one of the fastest-growing Cisco Systems partners, Netsync has become a leader in delivering transformative solutions to educational institutions. “Netsync will implement a go-to-market strategy for several innovative solutions this year in the K12 and Local Government markets,” says Jeff Barker, Sales Director. “We see opportunities working across a multivendor environment in the IoT space that change the game in safety and security, with real-time analytics and notifications for public safety.”

About Netsync Network Solutions: Netsync is a HUB-certified, minority-owned, woman-owned, award-winning solution provider specializing in helping public and private organizations implement complex IT strategies. Based in Houston, Texas, with sales and engineering assets throughout Texas, California, Florida and Missouri, Netsync uses a true consultative approach to determine clients’ requirements and architects innovative and synergistic IT solutions to meet their needs. Netsync is a Cisco Gold Partner with several specializations and Authorized Technology Partner designations. Additionally, Netsync has been consistently recognized by Cisco for excellence in customer satisfaction.

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