IT Managed Services Company, Oneneck IT Services, Records 51st Consecutive Quarter of Profitability

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IT Managed Services Company, Oneneck IT Services, Records 51st Consecutive Quarter of Profitability - OneNeck Continues to Thrive in Down Economy

IT Managed Services Company - OneNeck IT Services

This most recent milestone is just one of many in a line of much well-deserved recognition.

IT managed services company, OneNeck IT Services, a premier enterprise hosting and managed services provider, today announced an increased profitability of 53 percent in 2009, marking their 51st straight quarter of profitability. While maintaining their focus on providing a comprehensive, flexible suite of hosting and application management services, OneNeck has invested heavily in innovative solution development, hiring talented technical resources, and expanding their customer base.

While many companies struggled in 2009, OneNeck not only grew but thrived. In the last 12 months OneNeck signed 11 new customer contracts. In an effort to continue providing exceptional IT managed services and customer service to current and new customers, OneNeck also opened 41 job positions resulting in 34 new hires.

Along with a strong customer base, numerous contract renewals and 11 new customers, OneNeck achieved 18 percent growth marking OneNeck’s 51st straight quarter of profitability since inception.

“At OneNeck, we always strive to uphold an extraordinary work ethic and are continuously dedicated to excellence,” stated Chuck Vermillion, CEO for OneNeck IT Services. “OneNeck’s 51 straight quarters of profitability and ability to increase revenues during a down economy is evidence of our commitment to growth and an impeccable track record of satisfied customers, paired with a dedicated team of experts who are committed to exceed expectations.”

"I congratulate OneNeck on their continued success,” said Kevin Smith, CIO of Spyder Active Sports. “This most recent milestone is just one of many in a line of much well-deserved recognition.” Smith continued, “In our tenure with OneNeck we have built a partnership that is grounded in their ability to continuously deliver in supporting all facets of our computer operations as well as their keen focus on financial predictability."

OneNeck also ranked as one of the top Computer Consulting Firms in the 2010 edition of Ranking Arizona Magazine; the Number One Top Computer Consultant by The Phoenix Business Journal’s Book of Lists in 2010 and was selected again for the 2010 Best of Scottsdale Award in the Business Management Consultants category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).

About Spyder Active Sports:
Spyder revolutionized ski apparel in 1978 with a padded slalom sweater designed "for racing, by racers." Spyder products continue to dominate the race circuit and are the choice of the US Alpine and Canadian Alpine World Cup Ski Teams. Renowned for progressing on-snow innovation and style, Spyder is the world’s leading skiwear and mountain-based apparel brand. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Spyder products are distributed in over 50 countries worldwide. For more information and to view the current collection, please visit http://www.spyder.com.

About OneNeck:
OneNeck IT Services Corporation is a leading enterprise hosting and IT managed services provider to mid-market companies. The company was ranked the Number One ERP Management Outsourcer by the "Black Book of Outsourcing," as well as the Number One Data Center Management provider. OneNeck supports a variety of ERP applications, including Oracle, Baan, BPCS, JD Edwards, and Microsoft Dynamics AX and offers a wide range of services including application, database and network management, data center management, 24/7 customer support, disaster recovery and desktop support. OneNeck's global solutions enable customers to improve system performance and leverage their enterprise applications to deliver measurable business benefits. For additional information, visit the OneNeck IT Services home page at http://www.OneNeck.com.

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