Platte River Networks Named Finalist for Tech Company of the Year by Colorado Technology Association

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The 15th Annual APEX Awards Recognizes Organizations That Have Contributed to the Success of Colorado’s Technology Sector

Platte River Networks, a leading IT services and cloud provider, was named by the Colorado Technology Association (CTA) as a Tech Company of the Year finalist. The APEX Awards recognizes technology innovators, connectors and leaders based in Colorado who have made important contributions to the industry in the past year.

“We are greatly honored and proud to be named as one of the ten finalists for Tech Company of the Year by CTA,” said Treve Suazo, CEO Platte River Networks. “The continued recognition we receive from the community substantiates our employees’ ongoing commitment to providing the best customer experience possible.”

Platte River Networks has experienced tremendous growth after they launched their managed services product, Intuition in 2007, a proactive monitoring and maintenance suite bundled within the Cloud capable of handling their clients’ entire IT infrastructure. Intuition provides 24x7 remote and onsite management of network environments; including help desk and cloud based business class: antivirus, email security, email continuity, web security, offsite backup, disaster recovery and business continuity.

In the past year the company achieved additional honors including Best Places to Work by The Denver Business Journal, Top 100 Companies to Watch, Channel Partners Top 10 360 Award and The Cloudys Award, CRN’s Next-Gen 250 as well as a finalist in The Best of Colorado for IT Services by Colorado Biz Magazine.

About Platte River Networks
For the past 13 years, Platte River Networks has provided complete IT services for businesses across every industry, throughout Colorado and the nation, including: managed services, infrastructure design, procurement, implementation and management. Platte River Networks also provides complete telecommunication services including voice/data circuits, bandwidth, VoIP, and low voltage cabling. http://www.platteriver.com

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