ePlus Opens Managed Services Center in Morrisville, North Carolina
An integrator of technology solutions, ePlus enables organizations to optimize their IT infrastructure and supply chain processes by delivering world-class IT products from top manufacturers, managed and professional services, flexible lease financing, proprietary software, and patented business methods and systems.
“The new Managed Services Center increases our national reach and enhances our ability to serve customers across the country,” said Dan Farrell, Senior Vice President of National Services for ePlus Technology. “The new facility in Morrisville, the largest of our three Managed Services Centers, is expected to house up to 50 employees. Raleigh is a strategic location for ePlus and holds a tremendous pool of technical talent in the Research Triangle Park area from which we can grow our staff and broaden our service offering. In addition, the new Managed Services Center has close proximity to many of our key partners, including Cisco and NetApp, which will enable us to expand our service capabilities to joint customers.”
“We’re delighted to see innovative technology companies like ePlus reinvesting in North Carolina,” said Gov. Pat McCrory. “By expanding its presence in the Triangle area, ePlus is creating new jobs by leveraging the growth of tech activity in RTP and throughout the state.”
“We’re committed to increasing the number of jobs in North Carolina, and we know that many of these jobs will come from existing companies,” said Secretary Sharon Decker. “Innovative companies like ePlus are bringing new technology that will be put to use by the talented workforce of North Carolina.”
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