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Dr. Desktop Becomes Intega IT

Oct 4 2013, 5:41am CDT | by PR.com

A new name, tagline, and look to carry the company into the future and better convey its value proposition and service offering.

Ottawa, Canada, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com )-- Dr. Desktop, an IT Managed Services Provider, announced that it has rebranded. Dr. Desktop will begin operating under the new name Intega IT...

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Dr. Desktop Becomes Intega IT

Oct 4 2013, 5:41am CDT | by PR.com

A new name, tagline, and look to carry the company into the future and better convey its value proposition and service offering.

Ottawa, Canada, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com )-- Dr. Desktop, an IT Managed Services Provider, announced that it has rebranded. Dr. Desktop will begin operating under the new name Intega IT effective immediately. With the adoption of its new brand, tagline and logo, Intega IT has also launched it’s new website: www.intega.ca. The rebranding work is the outcome of new customer acquisitions, expanded service offerings and the addition of a new investor and key senior staff. The goal of the rebranding is to clearly demonstrate Intega IT’s dedication to offering quality and proactive IT managed services to its clients.

Since 2001, Dr. Desktop – has been helping organizations leverage their IT service delivery budget for maximum business productivity at reduced operational cost. Intega IT has more than 100 certifications and has serviced more than 3,500 servers and supported more than 25,000 desktops since launching in 2001.

“Dr. Desktop’s re-branding represents our evolution as an IT service delivery company,” said John Robinson, CEO of Intega IT. “We originally started out in the Ottawa market focused mainly on fixing desktop issues. As the market matured, our customer base and our service offering evolved. The majority of our clients now purchase full IT managed services whereby we ensure all aspects of their IT infrastructure are reliable and dependable 24/7. We are so much more than a desktop fix company and this re-branding represents an important step to better communicate our value proposition.”

The company’s new tagline “IT Made Simple. Business Assured” embodies Intega IT’s vision to reduce the headache and worry of IT for small to medium business owners.

Contact Information:
Intega IT
Lydia Cardinal
613-260-1114
Contact via Email
www.intega.ca

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