Avastone Technologies To Merge With Heartland Business Systems, LLC, As Single Source For Customers

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Consolidation officially aligns the HBS brand vision for accelerating innovation and enabling the digital enterprise.

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“As we continue to support and service our loyal customers, it’s important we’re viewed as one company -- a single source for consulting, design, industry expertise, and delivery,” says Peter Helander, Principal at Heartland Business Systems.

Heartland Business Systems, LLC (“HBS”) has entered into an agreement to merge all assets of Avastone Technologies, LLC, including name, physical assets, resources and customers. This consolidation officially aligns the HBS brand vision for accelerating innovation and enabling the digital enterprise for all customers in all markets HBS currently supports.

Avastone Technologies is a Wisconsin-based application development company specializing in Microsoft Dynamics, CRM, collaboration, cloud, and implementation services. With office locations in Milwaukee, Madison, Eau Claire, and Little Chute, Wisconsin; as well as Des Moines, Iowa; Lisle, Illinois; and Minneapolis, MN, HBS and Avastone Technologies will now operate, deliver, and function as one company moving forward.

About Avastone Technologies
Established in March 2004, Avastone was formed from the merger of the software development teams from Heartland Business Systems and Schenck Business Solutions. The partnership has provided Avastone Technologies the ability to develop effective software solutions, drawing upon partner resources for hardware infrastructure and business consultation support.

About Heartland Business Systems
HBS is a premier provider of technology integration, consulting, infrastructure, business automation, and networking solutions. HBS employs over 400 technical engineers and business consultants throughout the Midwest servicing customers within the education, government, healthcare, and corporate markets.

To connect with HBS in your region, visit http://www.HBS.net.

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