Now Micro, a leader in delivering cutting-edge technology solutions and services, is excited to be a member of the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce.
Close to 1,500 Twin Cities companies of all sizes and industries belong to the Chamber. Through the collective strength of its members, the Chamber is better able to dynamically serve the community, which includes St. Paul and 11 surrounding business communities in the east metro.
“Now Micro is proud to be a member of the Chamber and we hope through this new partnership we will be better able to contribute to the economic vitality of St. Paul and the East Metro area,” said Pat Finn, President of Now Micro.
About Now Micro
With over 18 years of design and integration experience, Now Micro delivers cutting- edge technology solutions and IT services to government, education, and corporate clients, as well as vertically focused OEMs and channel customers.
Now Micro’s technology solutions include partnerships with the most recognized manufacturers of software, computer, server, and storage systems like HP, Lenovo, Dell, Microsoft, VMware and Intel. Now Micro also specializes in providing tailor-made desktop, notebook, server and storage solutions under the Frontier Systems brand name.
Now Micro is focused on supporting our clients with a full range of professional and managed services including: virtualization, data center support, network assessments, technology refresh, and hardware repair. With the help of Now Micro, organizations are able to streamline procurement, installation, support, and disposal of technology.
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About the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce
The SPACC is a vital, dynamic force serving the business community through the collective strength of its members. For more than 140 years, the Chamber has provided vibrant programs, powerful advocacy and results that foster member growth. With nearly 1,500 members, the SPACC is the largest local chamber in Minnesota.