Continuum Honored as a Technology Innovator in Consulting and IT Services for its Robust IT Management Platform
PITTSBURGH – SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 – Continuum®, the exclusive provider of the only vertically integrated, intelligent IT management and service delivery platform, has been named a finalist in the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 Awards in the Solution Provider of the Year: Consulting and IT Services category.
The Pittsburgh Technology Council’s annual Tech 50 Awards recognize Southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful, innovative, and thought-leading technology companies, which have become the backbone of Pittsburgh’s economy. This year marks the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s 21st year celebrating the industry with the Tech 50 Awards, which will be held on October 12, 2017 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel Pittsburgh.
“Our office in Cranberry Township is a center of excellence within our organization,” said Robert Kocis, Chief Revenue Officer of Continuum. “Our best-in-class IT management platform empowers managed services providers with the technology and services they need to deliver exceptional service to their clients, and being recognized as a finalist for this prestigious award further proves how vital and appreciated our platform is to our MSP partners. We are grateful that Continuum can be a part of the technology community in Pittsburgh—a true hub for technological innovation.”
Continuum’s Cranberry Township office is home to the company’s onboarding, account management and partner success teams, providing an environment that promotes innovation and continuous advancement for both the company’s MSP partners and its employees. Similarly, the office also serves as Continuum’s headquarters for Continuum U, the company’s self-paced, interactive online learning center, as well as its Help Desk operation of more than 200 highly-skilled and certified technicians who provide direct 24x7x365 white-label IT support for more than 60,000 end users.
Continuum is also dedicated to giving back to the IT community through the Continuum Veterans Foundation (CVF), a nonprofit organization providing financial support to local and national charities that focus on helping veterans find jobs in IT. In April, CVF hosted a gala at Pittsburgh’s famous Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum that raised $30,000 for Hire Heroes USA, an organization dedicated to creating job opportunities for U.S. military veterans and their spouses through employment training and corporate engagement.
To learn more about Continuum’s Cranberry Township office, visit: https://www.continuum.net/company/offices/pittsburgh.