Joseph Gerczak: Smartronix Eyes Northeastern US Market As NY Office Opens

SmartronixSmartronix has set up an office in Manhattan, New York to deliver its cloud computing and technology offerings to current and potential clients in the northeastern region of the U.S.

“Opening this office in Manhattan demonstrates our commitment to clients and expands our ability to provide high-level support with a focus on customer satisfaction for both our current and future clients in the area,” Joseph Gerczak, Smartronix executive vice president and chief financial officer, said Tuesday.

According to Gerczak, the company sees potential to grow its Smartronix CloudAssured product in the region.

Smartronix is also looking to build its workforce and is offering employment opportunities with the company for interested individuals from the New York City area.

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