Red Level Networks Joins VentureTech Network
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NOVI — Red Level Networks, an IT products and services provider, has joined the VentureTech Network.
The VentureTech Network is a membership-based group connecting member executives to a variety of business owners and other professionals in order to benefit from best practices, peer-to-peer relationships, and idea sharing.
Red Level Networks serves small and mid-sized businesses and schools throughout Michigan, providing customized full service IT, such as virtualization, disaster recovery, storage, antivirus, and REDCare+, its own line of managed services.
With growth of over 20 percent year over year and more than 300 clients in 22 markets, Red Level Networks maintains an organized framework while providing solutions for a variety of business needs.
“We are excited to be a part of all that VentureTech Network has to offer,” said David King, president of Red Level Networks. “With Web conferencing opportunities, business resource partnerships and multiple chapter meetings, there are many chances to gain and share valuable insight.”
Qualifications for membership in the VentureTech Network include status as an independent VAR, SMB client focus, minimum of two leading sales and service authorizations from a list of approved companies, and at least two outside sales associates. Prospective members must also have a strong Ingram credit standing and sales profile as VTN is backed by Ingram Micro.
More at www.redlevelnetworks.com.
VTN is an exclusive network of independent resellers who share ideas, resources, and technologies (in a non-compete environment) throughout North America. VTN makes it possible for members to partner with one another and to turn a local or regional business into a profitable, nationwide operation. VTN is an IT organization offering access to technology best practices, best-in-class solutions and industry-leading service deployment through our partners. VTN has over 4,000 sales professionals, 10,000 certified technicians and is backed by Ingram Micro, a $35 billion technology distributor.