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Outsource your IT with Advantage Managed Services
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You wouldn’t expect an HVAC business to repair a car. They hire that work out to a mechanic, who is trained to do that work.

The same thing goes when a business needs someone to manage its computer and phone systems. Advantage Technology offers managed services that allows that HVAC company to worry about heating units and air conditions rather than servers and laptops.

Warning signs that it's time to upgrade your phone system
Joe Justice and Brad Williams Facebook Live

Phone systems are not a one-size-fits-all solution. But Advantage Technology can help businesses determine which system is best for them.

“I think that’s probably the most important thing to answer and make clear,” account executive Brad Williams said during a recent Facebook Live chat on Advantage Technology’s page. “We’re not going to say here’s this neat little package and this is what will work for everyone. That simply is not the case.

Trust Advantage Technology with your Avaya upgrade
Avaya

If your business has an Avaya phone system that needs an upgrade, Advantage Technology is the company to trust.

Why?

“Our experience,” Advantage Technology’s Telecom Project Manager Dennis Dolin says. “Most of our senior technicians have 20-plus years of experience with the Avaya line. It was the first system I was trained on in the 1990s.

Advantage Technology achieves Gold status with Dell EMC
Dell EMC Gold

We are proud to announce the that Advantage Technology has achieved Gold status with Dell EMC in Networking, Server, and Storage. That means we have met revenue and competency requirements set out by Dell EMC. Reaching this tier means we have the full support of Dell EMC and have been qualified by their rigorous standards to be a representative of their global brand.

Advantage Technology is now the only company in West Virginia with Gold status in Networking, Servers, and Storage.

Advantage Spotlight: Jonathan Knight

Jonathan Knight always has loved to fix things. Growing up on a farm in Elkview, he always had something that needed to be repaired. So, he learned a lot of electrical and mechanical skills out of necessity. And, he learned as he went. He didn’t have the internet, so most of his beginning knowledge came from the encyclopedia. He says he “would’ve been dangerous” if he had the internet available as a kid.

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