(BlackNews.com) — DC Area Tech Solutions, a Black-owned tech firm in the immediate Washington DC area has announced that they are expanding their services to the Baltimore, MD area.
In more than 25 years of business, the firm has done impressive consulting work for several major local clients including E-ZPass® Maryland, Washington Teacher’s Union, Xerox, the Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE), and Dulles Golf Center & Sports Park.
But now, founder Irvin Lee, says he wants to tap into a market where they can offer their affordable IT services to entrepreneurs in more Black communities. “Baltimore has many Black-owned businesses that have office space and employees,” he comments. “We would love to work with some of these businesses to make sure they stay afloat by adequately taking care of their IT needs and demands.”
The firm is also interested in working with some of the historic Black-owned companies, organizations and institutions in Baltimore such as the NAACP, the Afro Newspaper, Morgan State University, the National Great Blacks In Wax Museum, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, and others.
“We are a full-service IT firm,” says Lee. “We can affordably help these businesses and organizations to adapt to the newest technology and continue to thrive.”
Their services include, but are not limited to IT management and compliance, networking services, audit preparations, document design & processing, call center installation, VOIP, server installation and management, credit card processing, Quickbooks installation, and data backup and lost data recovery.
For more details about the company and/or to inquire about their services, visit www.DCareaTechSolutions.com or call (703) 991-8304.