Saratoga Technologies, Inc. awards network technician Mark Cummings Employee of the Year 2004
He and his wife will be given an all expenses paid vacation to London, England as a result. All Saratoga team members vote for an employee of the month that has shown performance that goes above and beyond what is expected. Each monthly winner is then voted on for the yearly award. Congratulations Mark on a job well done!
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Congressman Jenkins to speak at Saratoga Technologies Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Med Tech Park
Johnson City, Tennessee - Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Saratoga Technologies, Inc. of Johnson City will celebrate the move of its U.S. headquarters into Med Tech Park with a ribbon cutting ceremony beginning at 9:00 am on Monday, May 10. Scheduled to participate in the ceremony are keynote speaker U.S. Congressman Bill Jenkins R-TN and honored guest, Dr. Don Jeanes, President of Milligan College, along with various community partners and elected officials.
David Temple, Saratoga Technologies President said "We are moving so that we can better serve our customers. We are extremely thankful for the confidence that our customers have shown in us and we want to ensure that we continue to give our customers the highest quality service. The move to the Med Tech Park is exciting for us as that area in Johnson City is showing significant growth."
In 2001, the South African based Saratoga Technologies moved into East Tennessee with the goal of creating a world class IT company with its head office in the Tri-Cities. Saratoga has been committed to the highest standards and has experienced rapid growth including the acquisition of four local companies in less than three years.
Saratoga will provide breakfast beginning at 8:30 along with walkthroughs of the new facilities. The ceremony is open to the public. The new address, located near the State of Franklin and Knob Creek intersection in Johnson City, is 101 Med Tech Parkway, Suite 307. For further information please contact Saratoga Technologies President, David Temple at (423) 282-4220 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Saratoga Business Solutions announces it has been named a Microsoft Business Solutions ISV Industry Partner
Johnson City, Tennessee, Monday April 19, 2004
Saratoga Business Solutions, an autonomous division of Saratoga Technologies announced today that it has been named a Microsoft® Business Solutions ISV Industry partner. Microsoft Business Solutions ISV Industry partners provide vertical or cross-industry application or customization services or enhancements to the Microsoft Business Solutions platform and receive targeted training, support and superior business opportunities from Microsoft. Saratoga Business Solutions will provide solutions that complement Microsoft Great Plains developed by Microsoft Business Solutions, a leading provider of business applications designed to help small and mid-market businesses become more connected to customers, employees, partners and suppliers.
Saratoga Business Solutions provides a market leading billing solution for the utility industry with an emphasis on those utilities that provide natural gas to their customers. Microsoft Great Plains was chosen as a platform because it is the leading accounting solution for the mid-market. The underlying technology of Microsoft Great Plains is leading-edge. This allows us to produce a world-class solution for the utility industry.
Designed for rapid time-to-benefit and low cost of ownership, Microsoft® Business Solutions-Great Plains® offers integrated solutions for financials, business analytics, e-commerce, supply chain, manufacturing, project accounting, field service, customer relationship management, retail management and human resources/payroll. By delivering unparalleled access to decision-driving information, a rapid return on investment, and the finest customer service in the world, Great Plains helps your grow and manage your business better.
“We are pleased to have Saratoga Business Solutions join the ranks of Microsoft Business Solutions ISV industry partners,” said Jigish Avalani, director of the US ISV team for Microsoft. “Customers are looking for increased functionality and to maximize the return on their investment. Today, Microsoft is pleased to recognize Saratoga Business Solutions for providing solutions to meet those customers needs.”
Saratoga Business Solutions has been in business since 1993. We provide technology solutions to customers on 3 continents – North America, Europe and Africa. We exhibit extraordinary dedication to our customers, working along-side them to make their businesses successful. For more information about our products and services, please visit our US website - www.saratogaus.com
All products mentioned in this release are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
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Saratoga Technologies is Expanding!
While some national computer related companies are downsizing and closing local operations, Saratoga Technologies, Inc., announced today that they are expanding and moving their USA headquarters to new facilities in the MED TECH PARK. From April 16th, 2004, their new address will be 101 Med Tech Parkway, Suite 307, Johnson City, TN, 37604.
Saratoga has experienced rapid growth over the past year and has out grown their current premises. David Temple, Saratoga Technologies President said "We are moving so that we can better serve our customers. We are extremely thankful for the confidence that our customers have shown in us and we want to ensure that we continue to give our customers the highest quality service. The move to the Med Tech Park is exciting for us as that area in Johnson City is showing significant growth."
Saratoga Technologies is a full service information technology company offering networking solutions as well as software solutions. The networking division offers a unique, all in one, monthly fee for hardware and service. The solution division includes Great Plains accounting solutions, web and email solutions, custom software and its SurveyNOW! instant survey product. Saratoga Technologies acquired ComputerWorks in 2001, Com-Tek in 2002 and both All-Tek and Central Computing in 2003.
For further information please contact Saratoga Technologies President David Temple at (423) 282-4220 or at email@example.com.
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