Advanced Logic Industries Named to CRN’s 2012 List of Tech Elite 250

Advanced Logic Industries Named to CRN’s 2012 List of Tech Elite 250

Second Annual List recognizes IT Solution Providers with deep technical expertise and premier certifications in North America

Advanced Logic Industries recently announced that it has been named to CRN’s second annual list of the Tech Elite 250. Companies on the 2012 Tech Elite 250 list represent an elite group of IT Solution Providers that have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most technical certifications in the IT Channel.

In compiling the list, CRN editors worked with the UBM Channel research group and a team outside experts to define the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the IT channel.  These technical certifications have enabled solution providers to deliver the most premium products, service and support to their North American customers.

“The 2012 Tech Elite 250 list recognizes an exclusive group of Solution Providers that have shown a dedication to helping customers innovate while reducing costs,” said Kelley Damore, Vice President, Editorial Director at UBM Channel.  “By identifying and adapting to the skills and training needed to best serve today’s customers, members of the Tech Elite 250 have proven their commitment to delivering the products and services that today’s end-users value most.”

A sample of CRN’s 2012 “Tech Elite 250” list is featured in the February issue of CRN Magazine and online at www.crn.com.

About Advanced Logic Industries

ALI is a Mid-Atlantic IT systems integrator providing a full complement of systems integration services for business, government and educational institutions seeking to use information technology for a strategic advantage.  From consulting to system design and implementation, to on-going system management, ALI integrates hardware, software, networking, software development, consulting and training to deliver complete information technology solutions.  ALI is also certified as a Small Disadvantaged Business, registered with CCR and ORCA.

(Read the full press release: here)

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