Monday, August 13, 2012

Progressive Computing, Inc. Announces New Addition to Tech Team

Jose Rodriguez brings experience, vision and focus on exceptional service

Westchester County, NY (August 8, 2012)

Progressive Computing, Inc., (PCI) a computer consulting and network installation, design and maintenance firm, announces the addition of Technical Advisor Jose Rodriguez to their team. PCI now has a total of 10 professional technicians serving clients in Westchester and Manhattan. 

A six-year veteran of the IT industry and a graduate of the ASA Institute in New York City, Rodriguez formerly worked at Health Insurance Plan of NY (now Emblem Health) and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. At PCI, he provides clients with technical support and repairs for Windows-based PCs and laptops, and administration of servers. Rodriguez believes that helping customers understand the issues and opportunities related to technology is paramount to finding the right solutions in a timely and affordable manner, and often uses analogies and hand-drawn pictures to simplify explanations. 

"Our clients are mostly non-technical, so we place a high value on the capability of our team members to speak to end users in human terms," explained Robert Cioffi, Managing Partner for Progressive Computing. "Jose showed us great promise that he can simultaneously focus on the issue at hand while balancing the end-user concerns. He’s an excellent member of our growing team." 

Inspired by the movie "Swordfish" to pursue a career in IT and the thrill of building his own computer at the age of 16, Rodriguez consistently strives to enhance his skills and keep up with the latest trends and developments in the industry. Looking forward, he sees opportunity for PCI clients, especially related to transitions from desktop to mobile computing and from on-site to Cloud storage.

"I look forward to working with our clients to capitalize on technological advances in order to improve and simplify their business processes and increase their competitive position in the marketplace," says Rodriguez. "We are partners in progress." 

PCI plans for the remainder of 2012 include expansion into new and improved office space, and an upgrade in service offerings. For the time being, contact Progressive Computing, Inc. via the following outlets:

New York City
60 East 42nd Street Suite 1161
New York, NY 10165
Tel: 212.681.1212 Fax: 212.972.4182

Westchester County
909 Midland Avenue Yonkers, New York 10704
Tel: 914.375.3009 Fax: 914.375.2550

About Progressive Computing, Inc.

With offices in Westchester County, NY and Manhattan, Progressive Computing, Inc. is a leader in computer network installation, design and maintenance, offering professional, cost-effective IT services, computer consulting, technical support and computer repair to organizations since 1993. They are focused on providing cost-effective, reliable and right-sized solutions. As a Microsoft Small Business Specialist,, the PCI technicians and computer consultants are dedicated to delivering IT solutions that leverage a blend of both proven and cutting-edge technologies. Clients regard them as their "on-demand" information technology department, entrusting that their recommendations, services and products will help them save money, become more efficient, and grow their businesses. Progressive Computing can support any IT outsourcing needs in a variety of ways with services that can be tailored and combined with others to deliver a custom solution to meet clients’ exacting needs. These include: ProManage: An all-inclusive fixed price contract to cover all technology needs. ProHosting: Enterprise-class datacenter services to the SMB for mission critical applications. ProAudit: Computer consulting services that scrutinize and appraise the strengths and weaknesses of existing computer networks and systems. ProBackup: Disaster Recovery service plan subscription that uses a combination of an onsite backup appliance and secure offsite data storage. General IT Services: Project or incident-based services with no contractual obligation

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