WorkSmart Sponsors Technology Breakfast Series in Charlotte
Research Triangle Park, N.C. – WorkSmart, a leading provider of Information Technology services and solutions in North Carolina, has announced their sponsorship of the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) Emerging Technologies and Trends Breakfast Series in Charlotte. WorkSmart will serve as the 2009 exclusive Business and Information Technology Consulting sponsor, along with SonicWall and Microsoft for the duration of the series. The first event, titled A Glimpse into the Future of Smart Energy: How Technology Will Make a Difference was held on March 30th at Duke Energy Paul Anderson Auditorium.
The four event series is designed to provide robust networking opportunities and intends to introduce new technologies and trends that will keep North Carolina at the forefront of innovation. Each program will feature an interactive panel and attendees will receive a tour of the host facility. Registration for per event is $30 for NCTA members and $50 for non-members and is open to the business community.
“We believe strongly in NCTA’s mission,” said Ron Unger, WorkSmart CEO. “We look forward to being a part of these events and moving North Carolina forward in the field of technology.”
“NCTA’s new breakfast series is geared toward highlighting how technology is changing and improving the way organizations do business,” adds Brooks Raiford, President and CEO of NCTA. “Our first session on the use of software to achieve cost savings is especially timely in this economy, and we’re pleased that NCTA’s technology provider WorkSmart is helping make this session possible through our sponsorship.”
For more information on the series and upcoming dates and topics, visit NCTA’s website at http://www.nctechnology.org/
WorkSmart provides Information Technology services and solutions to business, government, and education throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. With the philosophy that reliable IT services require dedication, responsiveness, and accountability, WorkSmart partners with clients to provide managed services, onsite and helpdesk support, computer network design and implementation services, and web development. They are headquartered in Raleigh-Durham with branch-offices in Charlotte and Greensboro and onsite support partners across the U.S. Visit www.worksmart.com to learn more.