TeamLogic IT opens in Bellevue

  • Saturday, January 20, 2018 9:30am
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TeamLogic IT, a national provider of comprehensive IT management services for businesses, recently opened an office in Bellevue. The business is owned by Regi John.

TeamLogic IT has been recognized on the MSPmentor 501 list of global managed services providers for four consecutive years, ranking No. 36 in 2017. It has also been named the number one technology franchise company by Franchise Business Review.

John is a software engineering leader who has spent the last 21 years of his career with Microsoft Corporation. While at Microsoft, John worked on key technologies such as SQL Server, Windows, IoT, Azure cloud services and Machine Learning/AI. He holds a B.S. in computer science from India and an M.S. in computer science from the University of Idaho.

“I am really looking forward to providing small and medium sized businesses in the area the same level of business-grade IT support and services that I was used to in a Fortune 50 company like Microsoft,” John said in a press release from the company. “Our mission is to serve a central role in our clients’ business success through the effective use of information technology. In combination with our nationwide presence and hundreds of certified technicians around the country, TeamLogic IT brings a depth of expertise and knowledge that is hard to match.”

TeamLogic IT’s comprehensive suite of services includes, managed IT services, outsourced IT support, cybersecurity services, cloud, data backup and recovery, business continuity, mobility services, unified communications, relocation services, supplemental IT support, hardware and software and network and security assessments.

“The combination of being able to provide world-class IT services because of our nationwide presence, combined with the benefit of local management teams, has allowed TeamLogic IT to experience significant growth over the past several years,” said Chuck Lennon, president of TeamLogic, Inc. “We are delighted Regi has joined our network to service the Bellevue area.”

TeamLogic is located at 14400 Bel-Red Road, Suite 203. For more information, visit www.TeamLogicIT.com/BellevueWA.

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