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Managed I.T. Services Provider in Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati is a historic city and is home to the Reds (the oldest franchise in Major League Baseball) and the Bengals (a National Football League team celebrating 50 years in 2017). “Cinci” has one of the fastest-growing economies in the Midwest, with an unemployment rate below the national average. Major corporations headquartered in the city include Procter & Gamble, Kroger, Macy’s, and GE Aviation.
The Cincinnati area has a diverse economy with growing industries including health care, manufacturing, banking/financial, and professional services such as law firms and accounting practices.
Managed services provider (MSP) NetGain Technologies has tailored its I.T. solutions to the specific needs of leaders in all of these disciplines of business. In addition to managed I.T. services programs that offer business executives a smart outsourcing option, NetGain conducts an Executive Workshop that enables business leaders to focus on their core business strategies while tapping into the vast advantages of technology.
Business in Cincinnati: Diverse industries demand diverse I.T. support solutions
Growing Ohio companies benefit from technology efficiencies to grow their business and achieve a competitive advantage. NetGain’s engineers and business consultants work with diverse industries of all sizes. Business leaders seeking sound I.T. foundations, not only for today but also for future development, can trust NetGain’s more than 30 years of experience. NetGain Technologies’ managed I.T. services solutions offer executives in the Cincinnati area the peace of mind that their networks are secure and operating correctly—and that their I.T. is scaled for future success.
The Queen City of the I.T. support world
With more than 200 technical certifications, the NetGain team of technical professionals is always striving to improve. As the region’s leading MSP, NetGain has consistently ranked as a worldwide top-100 managed services provider by MSPmentor.