(YorkPedia Editorial):- Mississauga, Ontario Jan 24, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Solved IT LLC Expands into Canada, Opens New Location in Mississauga, Ontario
Chandler, Arizona – Solved IT LLC, a leading provider of technology solutions and services owned by Keith Krienert, is proud to announce its expansion into Canada under the name Solved IT Canada Inc. The new location in Mississauga, Ontario is now open and ready to serve the Canadian market.
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Solved IT Canada will offer the same high-quality solutions and services that have made Solved IT LLC a trusted name in the United States. This includes managed IT services, cloud solutions, cybersecurity, and more. The company is committed to helping businesses in Canada navigate the ever-changing world of technology and stay ahead of the curve.
“We are excited to expand our reach and bring our expertise to the Canadian market,” said Keith Krienert, CEO of Solved IT LLC “We are confident that our solutions and services will be a valuable asset to businesses in Canada and look forward to helping them achieve their goals.”
For more information about Solved IT Canada, please visit www.solveditnow.ca or contact them at 1-888-898-7133.
About Solved IT LLC
Solved IT Inc. is a leading provider of technology solutions and services based in Chandler, Arizona. Founded by Keith Krienert, the company offers a wide range of solutions including managed IT services, cloud solutions, cybersecurity, and more. Solved IT LLC is committed to helping businesses stay ahead of the curve in the ever-changing world of technology.
Solved IT LLC
333 N Dobson Rd. Ste 5 #163
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