ATC Moves Into New Digs
Advanced Technology Consulting (ATC) recently moved into new office space located at 8734 Union Centre Boulevard in West Chester, OH. ATC took official occupancy of the space February 1. Driven by a burgeoning consulting practice and growth, ATC Cincinnati has been looking at viable options to showcase the business. ATC also has offices in Hartford, CT.
ATC finalized plans to move into the 8734 Union Centre Boulevard location in early December. The new office space is 3,625 square feet and will feature offices, conference rooms and a telecom showroom. ATC has experienced three consecutive record revenue years (2013-2015). With niched technical expertise in telecom, ATC helps leaders of organizations with voice and data network services, VoIP phone systems, cloud migration, MPLS networks, unified communications, and business continuity.
ATC is led locally by managing partner and co-founder, David Goodwin. “We look forward to creating unifying experiences for our clients, prospects and partners. This new space will give us the ability to host more, and larger, face-to-face meetings to do just that,” said Goodwin. “We want to use this space to more effectively collaborate, problem solve, display our expertise, and roadmap strategic technology solutions.”
“REDI Cincinnati is excited to see this tech-focused consulting group grow in our region,” said Kimm Coyner, Managing Director - Projects Team and JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati. “Greater Cincinnati is becoming a leading destination where IT companies like ATC thrive.”
“We’re pleased that ATC has chosen West Chester as their new business address and welcome them to our community,” said Joe Hinson, president and CEO of the West Chester ▪ Liberty Chamber Alliance. “ATC’s new location along the I-75 Growth Corridor will not only prove to be a sound business move for them, it will also provide IT consulting support to our growing global economy that is easily accessible to West Chester off of I-75.”
Complexity Breeds Demand and a New 4atc.com
The convergence of telecom and IT has created a new landscape of complex telecom services and outsourced solutions. Navigating it can be difficult. As a result, specialist boutiques such as ATC have become indispensable to organizations of all sizes.
What differentiates ATC within the marketplace is its carrier-neutral, solution-agnostic approach. ATC is able is offer services and technologies from over 100 providers. To more accurately reflect its position in the marketplace and telecom-specific expertise, ATC recently launched a new iteration of its Web site at 4atc.com. The site is conceived with four content buckets in mind: consulting services and the three primary solution segments in which ATC serves—voice, data and cloud.
ATC’s Cincinnati-area clients include St. Elizabeth Physicians, Mike’s Carwash, Prasco, Jeff Wyler Automotive, Sheakley, Greater’s, Prosource, Lykins, Mike Albert Fleet Solutions, The Plastic Surgery Group, Great Oaks, and many more. A ribbon cutting for the new space will be held March 3, 2016, at 9 a.m. and a “Cinco De Mayo” Open House party on May 5 at 4 p.m.
ATC will turn 17 years old in 2016 and employs a half dozen locally. David Goodwin leads the Ohio office and Darren DeMartino the Connecticut office. For more information, contact Advanced Technology Consulting at 1-877-234-4778, or visit 4atc.com.