American Association of Suicidology Applauds Netflix & 13 Reasons Why Creators for Removing Graphic Suicide Scene

There is more work to be done throughout the entertainment industry, but it is an encouraging step to see a high profile show making changes for the safety of viewers. ”

— John Ackerman, PhD

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 / — The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) applauds both Netflix and the creators of the popular series 13 Reasons Why in their decision to remove a graphic suicide depiction from the first season. This is an example of a major player in the entertainment industry responding to research and expert consultation and attempting to mitigate further negative effects. Suicide remains the second leading cause of death for youth ages 15-24, the target demographic for this television series. For those experiencing thoughts of suicide, especially in this age range and those who are already vulnerable, graphic depictions of suicide can significantly increase risk of an attempt.

“Our ongoing conversations with Netflix suggest that they are listening to feedback from the suicide prevention community about what works and doesn’t work in their programming,” says Jonathan Singer, PhD, LCSW, AAS President and Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Loyla University Chicago. “Some will say that Netflix’s actions are too little too late. I believe that it is never too late to do the right thing in suicide prevention. There are thousands of suicide prevention expert members of AAS who are willing and able to provide consultation to Netflix and other media companies around issues of suicide. We look forward to continuing to work with them, with individual creators, and the entertainment industry to help solidify and strengthen the standards of depicting suicide and related risks in popular content.”

Recent research has shown increases in both suicide attempts in adolescents as well as an increase in emergency department visits of youth in the US following the release of 13 Reasons Why in 2017. While these associations don’t necessarily imply direct causation, the phenomena was concerning to many suicidologists, researchers, and parents across the country. While this decision on the part of Netflix is very welcome, these conversations regarding mental health and suicide messaging certainly need to be prioritized in the creation of future content.

“Partnering with the media to help them portray suicide accurately and in a way that provides hope and resources for those impacted by experiences related to suicide can make a positive difference,” says John Ackerman, PhD, member of AAS’s Communications Committee and Suicide Prevention Coordinator for the Center for Suicide Prevention and Research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. “There is more work to be done throughout the entertainment industry, but it is an encouraging step to see a high profile show making changes for the safety of viewers. We hope even more research and more media collaboration results from this decision.”

For the Media: Responsible reporting on suicide, including stories of hope and resilience, can prevent more suicides. Please visit the Suicide Reporting Recommendations for more information.

About AAS: Founded in 1968 by Edwin S. Shneidman, PhD, AAS promotes the research of suicide and its prevention, public awareness programs, public education and training for professionals and volunteers. The membership of AAS includes mental health and public health professionals, researchers, suicide prevention and crisis intervention centers, school districts, crisis center volunteers, survivors of suicide loss, attempt survivors, and a variety of lay persons who have in interest in suicide prevention. You can learn more about AAS at

Chris Maxwell
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Christian Comic Arts Society Delivers Best In Talent & Themes of Faith at the Largest Comic & Pop-Culture Convention

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Comic-con International

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, July 16, 2019 / — The largest pop-culture entertainment event in the world, COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 2019 kicks off this week with an attendance of more than 125,000 per day with hundreds of thousands more attending related events in downtown San Diego.

The CHRISTIAN COMIC ARTS SOCIETY along with ROOTED CHRONICLES is honored to partner with Comic-Con International to deliver top talent, projects, and compelling events open to all Comic-Con attendees.

The Christian Comic Arts Society and Rooted Chronicles will be hosting three events as part of the official Comic-Con programming and will exhibit throughout the convention in the Small Press area #P-08.

Comic-Con events include:

Christian Comic Arts Society Mixer
Friday July 19, 2019 8:30pm – 10:00pm, Room 26AB

This is the 12th annual mixer of the CCAS where Christian professionals in the comic book entertainment and education fields discuss their faith and interact with the attendees. There will be time for people to network and the always-popular geek quiz where prizes will be given. Panelists will include Joe Queen (Geeky Guys and Gals 4 God), Hector Miray (Faith & Fandom), Scott A. Shuford (FrontGate Media), Eric Jansen (Foursquare Missions Press), Mario DeMatteo (Bear Truth Collective), and Luis Serrano (Rooted Chronicles/Samson The Nazirite).

Spiritual Themes in Comics
Saturday July 20, 2019 7:00pm – 8:00pm, Room 4

Spiritual Themes in Comics continues the always-lively discussion of spiritual themes in comics, television, and movies. This panel delves into how spirituality influences the entertainment industry and in turn impacts the culture's perception of spiritual influences. This is the 23rd year of the Spiritual Themes in Comics panel and panelists include Scott Mercano (Diablo Publishing), Travis Hanson (Beanleaf Press), B. Dave Walters (Vampire the Masquerade), Buzz Dixon (G.I. Joe), Hector Miray (Faith and Fandom), Goldie Chan (Forbes), and Kyle Keene (Moderator).

Christian Comic Arts Society
Sunday July 21, 2019 10:00am – 11:00am, Room 28DE

In its 22nd year, the Open Meeting of the CCAS is where Christian professionals in the entertainment and education fields discuss their faith and how it influences them in their professions, their decisions, and the creative process. Panelists will include Sergio Cariello (Action Bible), Carmi Greene (actress/talent agent), Hector Miray (Faith and Fandom), Luis Serrano (Rooted Chronicles/Samson The Nazirite), Joe Queen (Geeky Guys and Gals 4 God), Mario DeMatteo (Bear Truth Collective), and Kyle Keene (Moderator).

Also, as in years past, CCAS will be featuring book signings and giveaways throughout the weekend at their booth, #P-08.

For more information on the Comic-Con International: San Diego, go to

Founded by award-winning writer Luis Serrano, Rooted Chronicles, creates, publishes and promotes stories sown and seeded in Scripture. We have passion, love, and reverence for the Scriptures, so we strive to stay true, grounded, and rooted to the Biblical accounts we are retelling through Bible-based comics and graphic novels. Serrano was awarded the top honor in writing in the Gideon Media Arts Conference – Comics Writer and Artist Contest. Sixty-five percent of the population learns visually, and ultimately, we hope that our stories inspire readers to read and reread Scripture. See more about their premiere title “Samson the Nazirite” and also get your free download of “Gideon: The Hand of Midian” at

Christian Comic Arts Society (CCAS) was formed in 1984 to locate and link Christians interested or active in the comic book/graphic novel medium. CCAS sponsors comic industry activities at various comic conventions across the country, and Alpha Omega, the APA of Christian comics. The goal and purpose of CCAS is to support Christian professionals, hopefuls and enthusiasts within the Comic Book and related industries by providing opportunities for: 1. The sharing of the Christian message and our Christian faith, primarily within and through the comic book industry and art form. 2. Mentoring, training, friendship and networking. 3. The collaboration on and creation of visual storytelling. The CCAS is governed by a volunteer board which includes Ralph Miley (New Creation,) Luis Serrano (Rooted Chronicles/Samson The Nazirite,) Scott A. Shuford (FrontGate Media,) Clint D. Johnson (FaithWalker,) Christina Todd (Illustrator of Cute & Fuzzy,) Geoff Strout (Designer for Disney's The Beast "Couture de Force" line for Enesco / Contributing Artist to Silver Wolf,) Colleen Bennett (Producer & Director,) and Bryan Mero (Spirit Knight) along with numerous volunteers from the comic industry and the Church. For more information on the Christian Comic Arts Society, go to,, or

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R4G Launches Rewarding Referrals for Good to Help L.A. Moms Fund Schools

Start Today We Make Fundraising Easy

Start Today We Make Fundraising Easy

We're making fundraising easy for moms who love to support local schools

We’re making fundraising easy for moms who love to support local schools

Staffing agency, Recruiting for Good is generating proceeds to help fund causes; by rewarding company referrals with donations to local schools.

Launching rewarding referrals for good to make fundraising easy for moms who love to support local schools.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 / — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is working to help fund local causes. Launching rewarding referrals for good to make fundraising easy for moms who love to support local schools.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “Moms can now use their social network for good…Simply introduce us to your significant other, boss, neighbor, or a friend; hiring professional staff….we help companies find talented professionals; and reward referrals with donations to your favorite school."

How Moms Get Started

1) Mom introduces a company (executive) hiring professional staff that retains Recruiting for Good to find a talented professional.
2) R4G finds company a talented employee and earns a finder's fee.
3) Each referral that leads to a successful fulltime hire; earns a $2500 donation to a school (or PTA).

Submit information/referral to Carlos(at)RecruitingforGood(dot).

Carlos Cymerman, adds "We love to help moms fund schools; creative education programs, equipment (computers), and schoo travel (band, choir, sports)."


Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals kickass jobs they love, since 1998. Companies retain us to find them the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. And generates proceeds for causes

Since 2017, Recruiting for Good has been funding and sponsoring 'Our Moms Work," a personal cost free career mentoring service in Santa Monica. Want to return to work? Looking to change jobs? Or strategize about getting a raise? And can't talk to your significant other or your boss…we're here for you…meet in person in Santa Monica to listen…provide solutions…and support your career goals. To learn more visit

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Bringing years of experience implementing BigFix endpoint management solution, Alacrinet welcomes the reinvigorated investment and vision by HCL Technologies.

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 / — Alacrinet is looking forward to the reinvigorated investment in the BigFix endpoint management platform by HCL Technologies, which completed its acquisition of the business on June 30, 2019. With years of experience implementing BigFix with IBM, and strong relationships with the HCL BigFix team, Alacrinet is poised to become a premier HCL partner.

“Our clients have already seen improvements to the BigFix platform since HCL took over the development and support of BigFix in 2017 and will now get the full benefit of HCL’s commitment with more enhancements, user groups, and master classes,” said Daniel Duhaime, VP of Sales at Alacrinet.

The Alacrinet team has been working with BigFix since 2010 and has implemented their endpoint management solution with dozens of enterprise clients covering hundreds of thousands of endpoints. According to Daniel Duhaime, “we work with each client to understand their network and business challenges to recommend the appropriate solutions. BigFix is consistently recognized among our enterprise clients for its ease of use and effectiveness for managing endpoints.”

Alacrinet hosts several Security Summits across the country to inform clients of the latest trends and products in IT security. With guest speakers like Mark Phinick, VP of BigFix Sales and Support at HCL, Alacrinet provides continuity during transition periods and ensures that clients have the information needed for a strong security posture.

Alacrinet is a Palo Alto-based nationwide Security and IT consulting firm focused on delivering best-in-class solutions in all areas of IT solutions.

As Digital Curators, the Alacrinet team listens to clients and to leading industry analysts to ensure we are delivering solutions using the best technologies in the market. We take the time to sort through the ever-evolving resources and services available before choosing the most fitting and effective tools for our customers.

As the technology industry has evolved, from the early days of website design through personalization, mobile computing, analytics, Big Data, and the Cloud, the Alacrinet team has developed their skills to always stay one step ahead. With the increasing need for cyber security, our team of highly trained experts are prepared to help clients find the right solution in SIEM, Endpoint Management and Endpoint Security, Data Security and Application Security, CASB, Network Firewall, Vulnerability Scanning, Incident Response, Web Fraud Detection, Identity Access Management and Single Sign-On, Mobile Device Management, Network Access Control, and Network Infrastructure.

HCL Software is a division of HCL Technologies that develops and delivers a next-generation portfolio of enterprise-grade software-based offerings with flexible consumption models, spanning traditional on-premises software, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and bundled managed services. We bring speed, insights and innovations (big and small) to create value for our customers. To learn more about HCL BigFix, visit

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The Private Plate Company Celebrates Over 25 Years in the Personalised Number Plate Industry

The Private Plate Company

The Private Plate Company

Company is one of the top leaders of cherished plates in the UK.

Even after all these years I’m still fascinated by number plates and absolutely love helping others to find their dream plate.”

— Martyn Davies

PORT TALBOT, WALES, UK, July 16, 2019 / — The Private Plate Company is pleased to announce it is celebrating over 25 years as one of the leading cherished number plate companies in the UK.

Since 1993, The Private Plate Company has been providing personalised car registrations to car owners and private plate collectors alike. The company is one of the UK’s longest standing companies in the business of personalised registrations and has sold over 250,000 cherished numbers over the past 25 years.

“When I first started the company, I was fascinated with old number plates and, after selling a cheap number plate of my own, I decided to go into business for myself,” says Martyn Davies, founder of The Private Plate Company. “Even after all these years I’m still fascinated by number plates and absolutely love helping others to find their dream plate.”

To ensure clients are receiving the best customer service possible, The Private Plate Company follows one simple philosophy – “do it once, do it right.”

“Unlike some companies on the market, we would never sell a registration number before ensuring it is 100% available,” states Davies. “All too often we are contacted by customers who have paid for a new registration number with another company, only to be told weeks later that it’s unavailable.”

In an effort to make sure this doesn’t happen to their own clients, The Private Plate Company constantly updates their database and refreshes prices daily. Additionally, the company offers clients a host of other benefits, including:

• No extra hidden fees
• Over 7000 5-star reviews
• No charges for credit card transactions
• Online price discounts
• 0% deposit, low-cost financing over 12, 24, or 36 months

The company is also very well respected within the cherished number plate industry and is recognized by the DVLA as resellers of personalised registrations.

For more information about The Private Plate Company, or to view their inventory, please visit the company’s website at

Martyn Davies
The Private Plate Company
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Modular Management Group, Inc. completes Modular Facilities at Edwards Air Force Base

Modular Facilities at Edwards Air Force Base

EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 / — Modular Management Group, Inc. a modular construction leader, announced today the successful construction completion of four modular government buildings at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

“The modular facilities will serve as office buildings, which total 14,295 square feet,” said John Bennett, Chief Operating Officer of Modular Management Group, Inc.

MMG completed the project in early July of 2019.

About Modular Management Group

Modular Management Group, Inc. is a Texas based Design-Build General Contractor specializing in the design, fabrication, and installation of single-level and multi-level commercial modular buildings. For more than 14 years, Modular Management Group proudly serves Government, Commercial, Healthcare and Education industries. Additional expertise includes ICD/ICS 705 Standards, Data Communications, Fire and Safety, Systems Furniture, and Lease and Purchase options. To learn more, please visit

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Modular Management Group, Inc.
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FogChain Selected One of The 30 Best Small Companies To Watch in 2019

30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019

30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019

FogChain is pleased to announce it has been selected as one of the 30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019 by The Silicon Review.


FogChain has diligently worked at creating and launching its Trident platform and is quickly becoming recognized as a leading innovator for software development lifecycle solutions”

— James Cerna

SAN CARLOS, CA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 / — FogChain Selected One of The 30 Best Small Companies To Watch in 2019

(OTCQB: FOGCF;CSE: FOG; FRA: MUU3) FogChain Corp ("FogChain" or the "Company") is pleased to announce it
has been selected as one of the 30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019 by The Silicon Review,
a leading global business technology publication.

The Silicon Review is the world's most trusted online and print community for business technology
professionals. Its community members include thought-leading CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, IT VPs and
managers, along with hundreds of thousands of other IT professionals. It is the leading source that
shares innovative enterprise solutions developed by established solutions providers, and is a neutral
source for technology decision makers globally.

“FogChain has diligently worked at creating and launching its Trident platform and is quickly
becoming recognized as a leading innovator for software development lifecycle solutions. Being
named by The Silicon Review as one of the Top 30 Small Companies to Watch is truly an honor,
especially considering the large universe of companies they could select from and their global reach.
We’re very thankful for this achievement as well as to the FogChain team and our amazing clients
for helping make this happen,” stated James Cerna, CEO of FogChain.

Read the article at The Silicon Review here (

About The Silicon Review
Silicon Review encompasses nine technology and vertical communities: Strategic CIO, Software,
Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Security, Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare. Each one of these
verticals is managed by a dedicated subject matter expert who collaborates with industry gurus,
technology managers, researchers, journalists, consultants, industry analysts and other Silicon
Review members to provide timely, accurate and informative articles that lead to spirited
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About FogChain Corp.
FogChain (OTCQB: FOGCF; CSE: FOG) is a fully integrated, end-to-end software development life
cycle (SDLC) and quality assurance solutions provider. With its high-performance application
development, testing and monitoring platform, Trident, FogChain’s suite of services and technology
provides application development at scale with greater speed, greater efficiency and at a lower cost.
The explosive demand for more edge computing and security within the Micro-Service, IoT, mobile
data and driverless vehicle space places FogChain's Build-Once-Deploy-Everywhere software
architecture as a leading ecosystem of tools and resources for developers that bridge devices,
operating systems and the ability to build and launch exciting new applications in a unified
environment. Led by a team of Cloud and SaaS veterans, FogChain is uniquely positioned to be a
leader in the next super wave of the global software development market.

Learn more at
FogChain Media Contact:
Investor Relations (415) 745-8650

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10th annual NY #LymphWalk to be held in Riverside Park, NYC, 10/19/19

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Join LE&RN for this 10th anniversary Fun Run in NYC, 10/19/19

LymphWalk participants in California, 6/19

LymphWalk participants in California, 6/19

LymphWalk participants in Colorado 2019

LymphWalk participants in Colorado, 6/19

Participants will come together in recognition of 10 years of walking to fight lymphedema and lymphatic diseases.

This year’s Walk in New York is a milestone. We not only mark 10 years of walking for a cure, but we also look back with pride on how far we have come.”

— William Repicci, LE&RN President & CEO

NEW YORK, NY, USA, July 16, 2019 / — The very first Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases was held in 2010 on Long Island. It was attended by a small but fiercely committed group of activists, led by LE&RN (then the Lymphatic Research Foundation). Since then, the New York #LymphWalk has been held in New York City, this year in Riverside Park, Manhattan. The event has spread to cities around the country, with dozens of Run/Walks being held over the past decade, drawing thousands of participants and raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for education, research, and advocacy.

“This year’s event will be a 5K Fun Run,” said LE&RN Outreach Director Colleen McGuire. “At the June California LymphWalk, chapter members and attendees sported unique teal clothing and accessories to celebrate our years of accomplishments, and we are looking forward to that spirit infusing this 10th anniversary New York LymphWalk as well.”

LE&RN's Walks provide crucial funding for our programs and research. Just as importantly, they provide an opportunity for our community to come together in support of one another and our common cause. It is also a way to educate the public about LE and LD.” said LE&RN President and CEO William Repicci. “This year’s Walk in New York is a milestone. We not only mark 10 years of walking for a cure, but we also look back with pride on how far we have come. This year, we are thrilled that Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care, one of the nation’s leaders in conducting cutting edge research and delivering outstanding clinical care, has joined us as a Co-Presenting Sponsor.”

To sign up, join a team, form a team, or support a team, just visit and click on the New York Run/Walk.

LE&RN thanks National LymphWalk Series Sponsors: Jobst and Tactile Medical (Premier Presenting Sponsors), ImpediMed/L-Dex, medi USA, Bio Compression Systems, Herantis Pharma, Juzo, Lympha Press, Sigvaris Group (Platinum Sponsors), AIROS Medical, L&R USA, LympheDIVAs, and Wear Ease (Emerald Sponsors). LE&RN also thanks Local Sponsors: Mount Sinai, Shecter Care, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, and BioSupport MD. Opportunities for local businesses and corporate sponsorships are available.

About LE&RN
Founded in 1998, the Lymphatic Education & Research Network (formerly LRF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to fight lymphatic disease and lymphedema through education, research and advocacy. LE&RN provides valuable educational resources for the millions of people who suffer from lymphedema and lymphatic disease. LE&RN fosters and supports research that can deepen the medical community's understanding of the lymphatic system. For more information about lymphatic diseases or the Lymphatic Education & Research Network, please visit or call (516) 625-9675.

Laura Farrell
Lymphatic Education & Research Network
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In the Know and International Council of Nurses Join Forces to Provide Free Caregiver Training in Developing Countries

Caregivers in developing countries lack critical access to the basic, practical training they need to deliver safe and effective care to the clients they serve.

DURHAM, NC, USA, July 16, 2019 / — People over the age of sixty are the fastest-growing demographic across the globe. This group is projected to increase to 1.4 billion by 2030. And since increasing age often comes with an increased need for healthcare services, the McKinsey Global Institute predicts, “Globally, health care and related jobs from aging could grow by 50 to 85 million by 2030.”

Developing countries are not immune to this phenomenon. Traditionally, care of the elderly in these regions fell on female family members. But as developing nations continue to grow their economies, more women seek work outside of the home, shifting the burden of elder care to outside sources.

Who will fill these jobs, and how will they acquire the necessary training?

The International Council of Nurses (ICN) recently entered into a partnership agreement with The World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA) to create a global network of continuing education courses to distribute education in developing regions.

In the Know contributed an entire library of courses to the ICN to provide free caregiver training in the developing countries that need it the most.

Through this initiative, caregivers around the world are completing In the Know courses, 100% free of charge. Learners hail from South Africa, Rwanda, Philippines, Kenya, India, Bangladesh, and more.

The most popular In the Know courses completed include:
• Infection Control
• Handwashing
• Understanding Common Medications
• A Vital Signs Update
• Various disease process topics (i.e., diabetes, heart disease, COPD, cancer, etc.)

“We believe in giving back to caregivers everywhere,” remarks Linda Leekley, founder and CEO of In the Know. “Over the years, In the Know has donated thousands of caregiver courses to healthcare organizations in need—whether because of the devastation of a hurricane, the impact of domestic violence, or the growing demand for training in developing nations.”

Linda believes it’s not enough to just run a successful business. She understands that being part of a project that helps train caregivers across the globe has even farther-reaching benefits. It shines a much-needed light on the importance of caregivers by assisting them in growing and developing professionally. And it means the clients in their care stay safer and healthier—and in their own homes for as long as possible.
In the Know plans to maintain its relationship with ICN and the WCEA for years to come to provide much-needed training to the caregivers who work so hard for the world’s most vulnerable seniors.

ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES: The International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a federation of more than 130 national nurses associations representing the millions of nurses worldwide. Operated by nurses and leading nursing internationally, ICN works to ensure quality care for all and sound health policies globally.

ABOUT IN THE KNOW: In the Know is a nationally recognized training provider with over 20 years of experience in helping the aging care market train, engage and RETAIN caregivers. What makes In the Know unique? All their training materials are written by registered nurses who have trained and supervised caregivers in every environment—from the college classroom to the client’s kitchen table. And every course is developed by a skilled team of instructional designers who know how important it is for learning to be interactive, engaging—and frankly—fun!

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ProServeIT Corporation Recognized as Winner of the 2019 Microsoft Canada SMB Regional Partner of the Year IMPACT Award

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ProServeIT Corporation is pleased to announce that it has won the SMB Regional Partner of the Year Award for the 2019 Microsoft Canada’s IMPACT Awards.

We are very proud to be recognized by Microsoft for our commitment to helping companies truly benefit from Microsoft technology.”

— Eric Sugar, President, ProServeIT Corporation

MISSISSAUGA, ON, CANADA, July 16, 2019 / — ProServeIT Corporation (ProServeIT) is pleased to announce that it has won the SMB Regional Partner of the Year Award for the 2019 Microsoft Canada’s IMPACT Awards. These annual Canadian awards recognize Microsoft partners that have focused on bettering the lives of Canadians and demonstrated excellence in sales, marketing, innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.

“We are honoured to have been chosen as the winner for this prestigious award,” says Eric Sugar, President of ProServeIT. “Our team works hard to assist organizations in using Cloud technology to reduce their overall capital expenditures, tap into better resources, and provide improved security, collaboration and support. We are very proud to be recognized by Microsoft for our commitment to helping companies truly benefit from Microsoft technology.”

Microsoft Canada presented these awards in 24 categories on July 14, 2019 at the Microsoft Inspire conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Winners were selected based on the outstanding work the companies provided to their customers and community.

“We are honoured to recognize ProServeIT for the SMB Regional Partner of the Year at this year’s IMPACT awards,” said Suzanne Gagliese, Vice President, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft Canada. “ProServeIT has distinguished itself as an exemplary partner, and we congratulate them on this amazing achievement and their continued dedication to bringing innovative solutions to market to help businesses across Canada achieve more.”

ProServeIT was also named a finalist for the Modern Marketing Innovation Award for the 2019 Microsoft Canada’s IMPACT Awards.

“It means a lot to our organization to be a finalist for the Modern Marketing Innovation award,” said Mihae Ahn, Marketing Manager at ProServeIT. “Our team is absolutely committed to provide our customers and prospects with the most up-to-date information about the products and services they're looking for, when and where they're looking for it. We have undertaken several new initiatives this year to pay particular attention to the various stages of the buyer journey and different buyer personas to help them make the most optimal technology investment decisions.”

About ProServeIT Corporation

As a multi-award-winning Microsoft Gold Partner, ProServeIT Corporation has been helping organizations of all sizes increase their efficiency, eliminate their “IT debt” and apply a security lens to everything they do. ProServeIT understands that every organization has unique needs and challenges and we work with our customers to understand the culture of their organization, who their customers are, and what’s most important to them as a company.

To provide consistent 24×7 customer service, ProServeIT is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, with offices in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Vancouver, British Columbia, Paris, France and Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam.

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