Founded in 1976, Computerware, based in Vienna, Va., serves the technology needs of business, government, education, medical and institutional clients throughout Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland. It has partnerships with technology developers, such as Microsoft, HP, IBM, Lenovo and others.
“More and more of our commercial and public sector clients are seeking telephony solutions that cost effectively integrate with their key business applications,” said Computerware President Chip Evans, about his company’s decision to add VoIP and UC solutions.
Evans said Computerware selected AltiGen because its Microsoft-based VoIP and unified communications platform is the ideal architecture for Computerware’s clients deploying Microsoft infrastructure.
“AltiGen’s strength in multisite, mobility and contact center applications enables us to design and deliver high value, rapid ROI solutions for our clients in the government, education, health care and commercial sectors,” he added.
Computerware boosts AltiGen’s channel presence in the mid-Atlantic area and also adds expertise in key vertical markets including education and health care, said AltiGen Vice President of Sales Mike Plumer.
AltiGen’s worldwide network of resellers includes more than 300 certified partners.
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