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CSU Industries to Survey Prospective Channel Partners at the SIA Summit 2014

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Inwood, NY, March 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- CSU Industries, a leading third-party provider of critical IT support services, announced today that Dean Hale, Director of CSU’s Channel Operations, will...

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CSU Industries to Survey Prospective Channel Partners at the SIA Summit 2014

Mar 28 2014, 2:17am CDT | by

Inwood, NY, March 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- CSU Industries, a leading third-party provider of critical IT support services, announced today that Dean Hale, Director of CSU’s Channel Operations, will be attending the Service Industry Association’s 2014 Summit, the 29th Annual World Executive Summit for Service Leaders on March 30 – April 1, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.

Due to unprecedented interest in CSU’s Channel Advantage Program, a global initiative built to lead the company’s worldwide partners to profits and success, CSU is utilizing the SIA Summit as a forum to consider additional strategic partnerships.

CSU’s Channel Advantage Program successfully arms partners’ sales forces with the knowledge, skills and expertise necessary to provide their customers with the highest level of worldwide IT support services.

For more information about CSU’s services or to schedule a meeting at the SIA Summit, contact Dean Hale at 720-689-2211720-689-2211 or DHale@csuindustries.com.

About CSU
Established in 1980, CSU Industries, Inc., a certified woman-owned and operated small business, provides thousands of customers worldwide with quality IT equipment and solution designs, HW & SW support and other professional support services. Renowned for its world-class, never outsourced Help Desk – manned 24x7 by a live CSU professional – CSU’s unparalleled support program includes critical 24 x 7 HW/SW maintenance, no cost contract management for hardware still under OEM support, disaster replacement, and remote & on-site system administration services. Headquartered in New York, CSU delivers support solutions to thousands of users throughout the US and in 66 countries around the world. For more information about CSU, visit www.csuindustries.com.

Contact Information:
CSU Industries
Aviva Friedlander
516-239-4310
Contact via Email
www.csuindustries.com

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