International IT Services Company Solarus Technologies Turns 7 This Year

August 16, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - August 18, 2019, New York -- International IT Services Company Solarus Technologies or Solarus Tech is turning 7 this year. Solarus Tech came about because they wanted a better solution for small–medium businesses and NGOs. Now they are serving clients in over 40 locations worldwide.

CEO Mitch Pessin, President Matthew Nikravesh, and Chief Technology Officer Anthony Geanopulos lead the talented and skillful team at Solarus Tech. They believe that the “one size fits all” approach does not meet the needs of most clients. This is why their goal is to provide a custom solution for each of their clients’ needs.

On their website, they claim: “We do anything related to IT support for your business. We offer everything from managed IT services, network architecture, cloud services & Office365, wireless access to phone systems, hardware/software sales, cabling, telecom expense management, and consulting, which means you have one 24/7 team to cover pretty much every tech-related need. It's efficient for you, and we get to do what we love to do.”

Over the years, the company has continued to thrive, maintaining an impressive 95%+ client retention rate. This is a result of their ability to stay on top of the latest technologies and provide the most efficient solutions for their clients. Since they offer customized plans, they can do away with unwanted services, making it more cost-effective than their competitors.

Solarus Tech currently works with small businesses that have no central office and just a handful of employees. They also handle medium businesses with hundreds of staff and multiple offices. These businesses are found throughout the Eastern US to Shanghai to Secaucus.

Interested parties may check their website for more information: They may also visit the Solarus Tech headquarters at 225 W 34th St Suite 1402, New York, NY 10122 or call 212-660-0990.


For more information about Solarus Technologies, contact the company here:

Solarus Technologies
Matthew Nikravesh
225 W 34th St Suite 1402 New York, NY 10122

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