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Naverisk opens US-based office

22 Jul 2013

Building upon its considerable momentum and success in the global IT Service Provider and MSP (Managed Service Provider) markets, Naverisk has announced the opening of its first US based offices.

“The opening of our first US office in Tampa Bay, Florida, reflects our ongoing commitment and investment into providing a true 24x7 localized partnership service to our US partners," says Jon Kalaugher, Founder and CEO, Naverisk.

“We are putting our money where our mouths are to deliver an unrivaled localized support experience to our rapidly growing US partner base."

Another milestone in the company's global expansion program, the US office opening follows on from the successful opening of offices in the United Kingdom at the end of 2012.

With offices in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Europe and the now the US, Kalaugher believes the business is "truly positioned" to not only offer a “best fit” IT Management platform for IT Service Providers, but also an unrivalled partnership and 24x7 support experience.

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