Tekademics to Change Face and Role of IT Service Providers in Our Community

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Small to mid size businesses and non-profits key to economic recovery

More details will follow in the coming weeks on this groundbreaking service. This is important to us as a company because we recognize that these groups will be the driving force behind this country's economic revitalization. Investments must be made to ensure these entities can keep doing business and creating much needed jobs.

Tekademics, a radical IT company dedicated to small and medium size businesses announced today initial details of a forthcoming plan to revolutionize the role of IT companies in their communities. This program is designed to address the technology challenges facing non-profits and small to mid-size businesses in these economically challenging times. Tekademics will begin to offer FREE IT support for qualifying entities.

"Due to the generosity of existing Tekademics' clients and our superb and dedicated staff and business partners we are able to leverage existing resources to provide a much needed, and missing, service in our community," said Marc Nelson, President and CEO of Washington DC based Tekademics. Nelson added "More details will follow in the coming weeks on this groundbreaking service. This is important to us as a company because we recognize that these groups will be the driving force behind this country's economic revitalization. Investments must be made to ensure these entities can keep doing business and creating much needed jobs."    

Tekademics will release more information in the coming weeks on how non-profits and small to medium size businesses can take advantage of this new service.

Tekademics, a Washington D.C. based information technology company, makes technology simple, manageable, and affordable by offering a complete computing solution with one point of support, accountability and security. For more information please visit us on the web at http://www.tekademic.com.

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