CCR Celebrates 30th Anniversary and New Troy Location!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Troy, MI ( January 11, 2011) – Center for Computer Resources (CCR), located in Troy, MI, will celebrate 30 years of service in the IT small – medium sized business arena with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on Tuesday, January 11 at 4:30 p.m.
Expected guests include Troy Mayor Louise Schilling, Troy City Council members, sponsoring partners and CCR clients.
About CCR: CCR, founded in 1981, has extensive experience in transitioning clients from outdated systems to current technology, as well as supporting and maintaining their clients’ technology investments. CCR prides itself on providing a high standard of service, whether on-site or in their data center. CCR is the proud recipient of the MBPA Science & Technology Award and Past Winner of Microsoft’s Small Business Solution of the Year Award.
Recently relocated from Oak Park to Troy, CCR’s well-seasoned management team has accumulated more than 120 years in the IT industry. CCR offers flat fee IT solutions that lower IT costs. CCR provides the business tools that small businesses need to compete through affordable technology designs based on business requirements. CCR focuses on companies as diverse as medicine, wholesale distribution, government, manufacturing, legal and professional services utilizing their strong relationships with key players in the industry, including: Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, VMware, Cisco, Citrix, APC and gloStream Electronic Medical Records Software. For more information visit www.ccr1.com