AvarTec Responds to New Normal Surge in Demands for IT Business Connections

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Minnesota Information Technology Company Serves Clients Needs to Work Remotely During Covid-19 Stay-at-Home Order.

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These are unique and challenging times.

AvarTec, a full-service information technology company announced today that it is ready to take on new clients who find themselves needing extra assistance as they transfer to remote workplaces and work from home (WFH) due to the Covid-19 Outbreak.

On the heels of Governor Tim Walz’ State of the State Address on April 5, and no abrupt end expected for his stay at home order, AvarTec has seen a marked increase in requests for their IT services to help business large and small who need to transform to remote offices and working from home in a matter of days.

“It’s been a unique and challenging time,” said Jim Mehle, CEO of AvarTec. “We have certainly seen an uptick in our business during this unprecedented time.”

AvarTec has worked steadily since the outbreak to transform many corporate offices into several branch offices located in the homes of client’s employees.

“On a recent weekend we helped a company with 70 employees go fully remote,” said Mehle. “By Monday morning they were plugged in and ready to go. We provide everything, support, laptops and all necessary tools to make sure everything is secured and operational.”

While AvarTec is helping clients work remotely, AvarTec employees are also working from home to meet the needs of those clients. This time away from the office has brought clients of a different feather to the office in Coon Rapids.

A rafter of wild turkeys has been seen entering the entryway to the office while it is closed. The office is just a stone’s throw from the Coon Rapids Dam area, making the turkey visit plausible but unique.

“In the midst of this trying time for all of us, these turkeys have brought some levity to the situation,” said Mehle.

In the end, Mehle said his company is ready and able to help mid to large sized business transform their IT services to meet the challenges of doing business amid a historic pandemic. They are poised to put Microsoft Teams and Office 365 hybrid solutions in place on a fast track for business who want to be more effective, efficient, and engaged with their remote workforce.

“You are really seeing the good businesses in this field rise to the top as more and more companies go remote,” said Mehle. “We aren’t advertising much; people are just finding us and have heard we know our stuff and offer fast, reliable service. We pride ourselves on relationship building. Now more than ever that is so important in times like these.”

In addition to helping with technology hurdles through these trying times, AvarTec has partnered with Experience Leadership in Eden Prairie to help their clients and business leaders re-tool their team management and process to maximize productivity and the engagement of their remote employees.

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About AvarTec:
Since 2002, AvarTec, Inc. has been helping twin cities businesses with enterprise-level support and technology management. We are their IT department. Our clients have no need for internal IT staff to watch over their computer and network assets. We have expansive experience with all aspects of security, computing, networking, enabling remote workforce collaboration tools like Microsoft O365 and Teams, and voice communications. For more information please visit https://www.avartec.com

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