Region-leading managed services provider a stop on her state-wide tour
Lexington, Ky (April 23, 2014) – As part of her tour across the Bluegrass, First Lady Jane Beshear visited NetGain Technologies’ headquarters in Lexington on Tuesday, April 22. The ongoing tour is to promote awareness of the Governor’s Mansion centennial.
“We are honored to have met with the First Lady of Kentucky,” said COO, Jim Jacobson. “Our meeting confirmed my belief that as Kentuckians, we have a responsibility to invest in preserving our long and rich history. In doing so, that helps us prepare for the future.”
The First Lady also congratulated NetGain Technologies for achieving its 30 year anniversary, stating “30 years of tremendous growth. We love homegrown business. Technology is our future and we love to know Kentucky companies are taking the lead on this. NetGain Technologies is an asset to the state.”
NetGain Technologies was chosen for this particular visit because of their involvement with the Japan/America Society of Kentucky (JASK). Forty percent of Kentucky’s foreign investment comes from Japan.
As of January 20 the Kentucky Governor’s Mansion has stood for 100 years. Located at the state capital of Frankfort, the national landmark has been home to 25 Kentucky governors, and has served as a regal setting for welcoming Kentuckians and global dignitaries, alike. The celebration, sponsored through private donations to the Kentucky Executive Mansions Foundation (KEMFI), will also include the premiere of a new documentary about the mansion’s history, a mansion symposium and a special legacy project involving all 120 of Kentucky’s counties.
About NetGain Technologies:
NetGain Technologies is a leading provider in the design, procurement, implementation and management of high-performance IT solutions. With services ranked among the best in the world by MSPmentor and CRN Tech Elite, a multi-state regional footprint and three decade pedigree; we’ve helped thousands of unique clients thrive by leveraging our best-in-class service and support programs.