SEATTLE, WA and NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Mar 19, 2013) - 2nd Watch, Inc., a global system integrator, and software and deployment firm focused on IT operations, today announced the opening of its first East Coast office in New York City. As part of the company's strategic global expansion plans, this new office will enable 2nd Watch to better serve customers in the region. The New York office opens in response to the high demand for the company's skill set in the cloud marketplace. The office will add 25 new employees to the fast-growing 2nd Watch team, and will provide expanded sales, marketing and engineering support and accessibility to current and future clients.
"We want to thank our clients for this expansion," commented 2nd Watch Co-founder and President Jeff Aden. "Clients repeatedly tell us that compared to other services and solutions on the market, that we provide more reliability, have more expertise, and have more experience. Our ITIL-certified team revels in delivering concrete business value, much as a highly-trained SWAT team takes the art of policing to the next level. We're glad to continue extending our expertise and physical presence to better reach to our key clients nationwide."
The East Coast expansion improves direct access to 2nd Watch services and expertise for customers nationwide. With more than 200 public cloud projects completed in 2012, 2nd Watch guarantees 99.99 percent uptime on Amazon Web Services (AWS) architecture and engineering, a fact borne out by the zero business impact customers experienced throughout the entire year. The company also recently introduced increased control for client over Service Level Agreement (SLA) options. The New York office will house an East Coast General Manager, solution architects, sales representatives and additional customer support.
A cloud-first business and led by industry veterans and highly qualified specialists to keep business running and data private and secure, 2nd Watch delivers tremendous efficiency to its enterprise clients by migrating traditional IT solutions to the cloud. 2nd Watch customers rely on the company's innovative and efficient cloud products and solutions, often seeing profitable outcomes within weeks or months.
The new office is now open at 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York. For more information please visit www.2ndwatch.com or call 1-888-317-7920.
About 2nd Watch
2nd Watch, Inc. is a global system integrator, software and deployment firm focused on IT operations that make the cloud work for businesses. 2nd Watch provides IT cloud products and services including 2W Insight and 2W SharePoint with guaranteed 99.99 percent end-to-end uptime for enterprise applications. The company offers more security than a Tier 3 data center and measures IT efficiency by the hour. Unlike solutions that expand overhead, are less reliable or may result in business outage, 2nd Watch leverages software, enterprise experience and partnerships to guarantee secure and reliable public cloud migration and management for more than 100 customers including Red Lion Hotels, Coldwell Banker, Demand Energy and Ecolite. 2nd Watch is an Amazon Web Services Premier Consulting Partner and Microsoft Cloud Champion and Cloud Accelerate partner. Based in Seattle, the company is backed by Madrona Venture Group, Bighorn Ventures, IT Lifeline, and Spokane Angel Alliance. For more information, try the TCO Calculator at tco.2ndwatch.com, email email@example.com, visit www.2ndwatch.com or call 1-888-317-7920.
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