Jody Tedesco: NJVC Expands St. Louis Footprint with New Office Location

Jody Tedesco
Jody Tedesco

NJVC has opened a new office in the downtown area of St. Louis to provide information technology systems and services to potential clients and establish new partnerships with government and corporate organizations.

“This new office marks a milestone for NJVC by expanding our footprint in the St. Louis region, a major strategic focus for the company,” NJVC President Jody Tedesco said Thursday.

“NJVC is excited to further our commitment to the local business community.“

The company will conduct demonstrations of its Servicefront enterprise request unification portal and other IT offerings to mark the launch of the facility, headquartered at the 20-story 1010 Market Street building.

NJVC works to develop and deliver cybersecurity, cloud migration, enterprise management, and hybrid IT optimization services to the intelligence community and federal agencies.

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