New York, NY (PRWEB) October 20, 2012
DataVelocity will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary this month. To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, DataVelocity will be hosting a ghoulish Tech Support Haunted House of Horrors all day on Wednesday, October 31st. DataVelocity is part of the elite 5% of Microsoft Partners, having been so for 5 consecutive years. Cosmopolitan For Latinas has recently featured one of its founders, Melissa Minchala, as a tech guru.
DataVelocity is inviting business owners to stop by the Tech Support Haunted House of Horrors on Wednesday October 31st to celebrate DataVelocity’s 10 year anniversary with them. Here you will see such sights as the inept Tech guy, convicted of crimes of poor service to business owners, and sentenced to the electric chair. You will also need to watch your step, to avoid those pesky pop-up viruses popping out at you. And don’t forget to give your respects, at the computer graveyard, and much more. There will be a free goodie bag for guests that pre-register here: http://www.datavelocity.com/tech-support-haunted-house-of-horrors-registration
DataVelocity is an IT management and solutions company based in Manhattan. For ten years it has been able to maintain clients by expertly managing their IT, reducing their costs, and increasing their revenue with prevention of costly downtime. They are small business specialists that are partnered with Microsoft and Dell. DataVelocity has maintained a Silver level partnership since 2008 with Microsoft. Only an elite 5% of Microsoft partners are at the Silver level, like DataVelocity, achieved by proving the highest standard quality of service and level of expertise. And it is something clients greatly benefit from.
DataVelocity also has a strong Dell partnership. Not only are they specialists in the hardware they provide, but they also have access to specials and pricing that is only made available to their partner community. DataVelocity never puts a mark up on hardware for their IT Management Services clients, adding to the cost benefit and savings of their services.
DataVelocity was founded in 2002 by Melissa Minchala and Adam Warshaw. Ms. Minchala has been in the technology industry since the mid 90's, achieving many high level technical certifications including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, which she still maintains. Mr. Warshaw started programming computers before Microsoft Windows hit the market. He has a history of working with and applying evolving technologies for more than three decades. He was a hands on manager supporting financial firm database environments at institutions including DE Shaw, Bernstein, Alliance Capital, and Lord Abbett. Together, Adam and Melissa have started DataVelocity with the philosophy that whether big or small, substantial or growing, all companies deserve the same level of tech support and quality of service that Fortune 500 companies demand.