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ATC and The Convergence: Darren DeMartino leads Northeast U.S. office of Advanced Technology Consulting, the IT/telecom partner – provider and preference – of C-Suites nationwide

Posted in ATC with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 12/07/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Press Release – For Immediate Release

ATC and The Convergence

Darren DeMartino leads Northeast U.S. office of Advanced Technology Consulting, the IT/telecom partner – provider and preference – of C-Suites nationwide.

Telecom Consultants have arrived in today’s business world, and he/she lives in the C-Suite.

Not just gadgets/devices, but real savings with the latest in voice, data and cloud technology.

Business Value: at the heart of the ATC mission, for public and private corporate clients.

[HARTFORD, Conn. ~ December 7, 2016] A logistics company needs to equip 1,500 users with phones, equipment and connections across 44 sites in the U.S. A daunting proposition, indeed, for any IT/telecom vendor; made all the more complicated, considering aforementioned company’s 2016 growth plan: 33,000 total users by the end of this year, after a series of mergers.

A global firm with 90 locations worldwide needed a higher-quality global network from a single provider to support its critical business applications like Microsoft Lync, video conferencing systems and Oracle solutions, while also managing its substantial data back-up needs. With the guidance of ATC, Wabtec went with an advanced converged voice and data network to accomplish its goals.

After experiencing exponential growth, one of the largest parking operators in the U.S. with over 1,850 locations was saddled with a legacy – and expiring – master telecom agreement with a single major carrier. LAZ Parking engaged ATC Connecticut to rework and optimize its wireless, MPLS, POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) and broadband services, resulting in a 30 percent-plus annual savings and better services.

Into these scenarios – and much more – enters Darren DeMartino, managing director and co-founder of Advanced Technology Consulting (ATC), a national IT telecom consultant with offices in Connecticut (Hartford) and Ohio, now in its 16th year (www.4atc.com).

DeMartino has found the key way to grow the ATC menu and portfolio of services, as well as its client list, by appealing to the language spoken in the C-Suite.

Today’s C-Suite answers to an ever-shifting chorus of voices, at times heeding the call of finance, IT, HR, perhaps even the client-hospitality team with playoff tickets.

Increasingly, however, a new voice has emerged in the C-Suite, and execs looking to keep their bottom line as a thought leader have heeded the advice of ATC.

We, In the early days we were simply transactional brokers,” DeMartino said. “Today, we are highly consultative in our approach, roadmapping IT and telecom services and pairing clients with the right providers. Our job is to put together a holistic strategy to handle all services, all locations, all contracts.”

DeMartino and ATC have evolved into a trusted advisor and solution identifier for complex IT network decisions. His expertise ranges from strategic consulting, project management, business-needs analysis, ongoing maintenance and support to voice and data service, cloud migration, VoIP phone systems, mobility, unified communications and expense management.

Back in the day, for the business world, this was a salesman with a shiny dial-up phone and a listing in the local Yellow Pages.

Today, it’s someone like Darren DeMartino.

This is our story: a relentless pursuit to provide customers with the absolute best technology solutions, at the most economical price, accompanied by the highest level of counsel and customer support in the industry,” he said.

To reach Mr. DeMartino, please call (860) 432-3200 or send him an e-mail at ddemartino@4atc.com.

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Telecom consultant ATC (Advanced Technology Consulting) launches QueenCityFiber.Net ~~ announced in your Cincinnati Business Courier today ~~ ATC partners with Cincinnati Bell Business to launch carrier-agnostic bandwidth buddy

Posted in ATC with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 02/01/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Press ReleaseFor Immediate Release: ATC launches QueenCityFiber.net with Cincinnati Bell Business – Press Release 2.1.16

Business Courier storyhttp://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/02/01/fast-growing-tech-firm-gets-boost-from-cincinnati.html

Telecom consultant ATC launches QueenCityFiber.Net

Partners with Cincinnati Bell Business to launch carrier-agnostic bandwidth buddy

[CINCINNATI, OHIO ~ Feb. 1, 2016] Advanced Technology Consulting, Inc. (ATC) has launched QueenCityFiber.Net, a quick-quote shopping tool for small and medium-sized businesses that are looking for fast, reliable Internet access.

ATC, the Mason-based telecom consultant, has partnered with Cincinnati Bell Business to support the web site, which provides speedy, accurate quotes and specialized counsel.

ATC (http://www/4atc .com) and Cincinnati Bell Business announce new partnership http://www.queencityfiber.net

ATC Managing Partner David Goodwin Jr. (left) and Greg Wheeler, senior vice president of sales and operations for business markets at Cincinnati Bell Business, announce QueenCityFiber.net today. ATC (http://www/4atc .com) and Cincinnati Bell Business formed http://www.queencityfiber.net to assist the SMB market with their telecom needs.

Cincinnati Bell Business is known to have the most widespread fiber-optic network in Greater Cincinnati.

It’s pricing on the spot,” said ATC managing partner and co-founder David Goodwin.

There is no obligation to buy. What we are doing is providing a window into an opaque world of service providers and bandwidth options. QueenCityFiber.Net engages you in a painless, three-step process to determine your service options, Internet speeds and contract terms.”

What people – business owners specifically – are looking for is reliable connectivity options, and how that’s going to affect their budget,” said Greg Wheeler, senior vice president of sales and operations for business markets at Cincinnati Bell Business.

Businesses are using exponentially more data as part of their daily routine. It’s an IP-based world.

The Internet of Things will only exacerbate the need to transmit more data. We’re confident that in an open marketplace, our dedicated Ethernet fiber is very competitively positioned within our footprint,” Wheeler said.

QueenCityFiber.Net was quietly launched late last year by ATC to support local Cincinnati businesses. ATC is a strategic channel partner with Cincinnati Bell Business. Service options run the gamut from business broadband and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) to gigabit Ethernet.

ATC (http://www.4atc.com) and Cincinnati Bell Business announce new partnership QueenCityFiber.net (http://www.queencityfiber.net)

ATC Managing Partner David Goodwin Jr. (left) and Greg Wheeler, senior vice president of sales and operations for business markets at Cincinnati Bell Business, announce QueenCityFiber.net today. ATC (http://www/4atc .com) and Cincinnati Bell Business formed http://www.queencityfiber.net to assist the SMB market with their telecom needs.

Although these services are all a viable option for businesses depending on their situation, QueenCityFiber.net’s go-to-market strategy is to promote the adoption of true dedicated Ethernet fiber.

We like to see businesses move off of shared services and onto connectivity platforms that are much more stable and reliable,” said Louie Hollmeyer, ATC’s director of marketing.

For any business looking for stability and growth, it’s not a matter of if, but when. Cincinnati is fortunate that the metro Ethernet fiber footprint is strong and costs are affordable. It’s also a unique market with the influence of Cincinnati Bell Business. They have a solid ‘fiber’ offering and it’s one of their most strategic products,” Hollmeyer said.

For more information, please visit QueenCityFiber.net or contact Louie Hollmeyer, director of marketing, at (513) 323-1131 or louie.hollmeyer@queencityfiber.net. For media inquiries, please contact Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

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ATC and Cincinnati Bell Business announce QueenCityFiber.net photo by Andy Hemmer PR

ATC Managing Partner David Goodwin Jr. (left) and Greg Wheeler, senior vice president of sales and operations for business markets at Cincinnati Bell Business, announce QueenCityFiber.net today. ATC (http://www/4atc .com) and Cincinnati Bell Business formed http://www.queencityfiber.net to assist the SMB market with their telecom needs.

ATC (Advanced Technology Consulting): outta the basement in Mason, into the cloud everywhere ~~ starring David Goodwin Jr. and Darren DeMartino ~~ featured in your Cincinnati Business Courier ~~ http://www.4atc.com ~~ @ATC_telecom

Posted in ATC with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/15/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
http://www.4atc.com

David Goodwin Jr.’s take on the site search for his first office (outside of his Mason home) where he’s setting up the new ATC headquarters ~ http://www.4atc.com

Press Release – For Immediate Release: ATC Advanced Technology Consulting outta the basement in Mason into the cloud everywhere – 4.15.15 press release

Business Courier story from yesterday: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/04/14/fast-growing-tech-firm-moving-to-first-office-from.html

ATC:

Outta the basement in Mason, into the cloud everywhere

Fast-growing Mason telecom ATC (Advanced Technology Consulting) to expand, relocate at new Greater Cincinnati office.

Two consecutive years of record revenue + influx of new clients = space demand.

[MASON, Ohio ~ April 15, 2015] David Goodwin’s never had far to get to work.

The managing partner and co-founder of ATC Inc., a fast-growing telecom consultancy offering professional expertise in cloud technologies, voice and data networks, contract negotiation, expense management and business continuity, has built a successful company literally in his own basement.

The home-cooked launch has given way to tremendous growth over the years, bolstered by the signature ATC mantra: provide clients with carrier-neutral, solution-agnostic expertise, while packing the highest levels of customer service and support.

Often clients, such as Jeff Wyler Automotive and Trustaff of Cincinnati, realize five- to six-figure savings over the term of their voice, data and/or cloud contracts. In the last 12 months alone, ATC has negotiated approximately $10 million in total telecom service contracts.

Earlier this year, ATC launched a Greater Cincinnati-wide site search for 5,000 square feet of office space to accommodate the company’s first office facility, more than doubling the space in use since Goodwin opened ATC in 1999.

Employing a half-dozen, ATC is looking to hire at least two new employees now, with possibly another two new hires when the office opens.

The new space will feature a telecom “showroom,” showcasing the latest technology. A target date hasn’t been set, but ATC expects to finalize its location and move into its new office in 2015, targeted for late summer/early fall.

We’ve looked at a number of locations, at some very attractive spaces and properties, with an emphasis on northeastern Cincinnati,” said Goodwin.

Goodwin launched the company with partner, Darren DeMartino, who operates an ATC affiliate office in Hartford, CT. “This new space – within our first traditional office environment – will allow us to host more clients, conduct more in-depth demos, and carry on simultaneous but separate meetings.

“We will be bigger, stronger, and best-equipped to help organizations navigate what can be a particularly nuanced and complicated telecom-cloud industry.”

ATC (Advanced Technology Consulting) on the Cincinnati Business Courier app -- story --> http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/04/14/fast-growing-tech-firm-moving-to-first-office-from.html

ATC (Advanced Technology Consulting) on the Cincinnati Business Courier app — story –> http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/04/14/fast-growing-tech-firm-moving-to-first-office-from.html

What ATC does is help clients such as Graeter’s, Jeff Wyler Automotive, Sheakley, St. Elizabeth Physicians, Mike’s Carwash, Lykins Energy and Trustaff, all well-known names in Cincinnati business, cut through all the clutter in the ever-evolving information age.

ATC specializes in VoIP, bandwidth and cloud services, all critical IT items clamoring for the attention of mid-market business owners and their IT personnel, not to mention enterprises that spend thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, monthly on telecom services.

And here’s the thing: your everyday business owner – as well as the major corporations – absolutely KNOW they are not getting the full value out of their voice and data services, whether it be cost savings or simply the right products and services to meet their goals. And, they are not sure how to approach the situation with a comprehensive strategy. As a result, everything gets piece-mealed together or purchased in silos,” Goodwin said.

At ATC, strategic tech and telecom decisions are all we do, catering to our holy trinity of three powerful converging forces: VoIP, cloud and bandwidth.”

We have 41 auto franchises spread across 14 locations. We’re in the business of selling cars,” says Jeff Wyler, owner of Jeff Wyler Automotive.

With ATC acting as a single point of contact, conducting the upfront legwork, and providing budgetary projections, we have been able to make informed decisions regarding our voice and data services. ATC has taken a tremendous load off of us. It has been a huge time savings.”

For more information, please visit www.4atc.com, call ATC at (513) 234-4778 or send an e-mail to lhollmeyer@4atc.com.

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Contact:

Mr. Louie Hollmeyer, ATC Director of Marketing

(513) 323-1131 lhollmeyer@4atc.com

ATC of Mason, fast-growing telecom amidst site search for new HQ, volunteers today at Matthew 25: Ministries

Posted in ATC with tags , , , , , , , on 12/29/2014 by @CincinnatiPR

Tis the season for being thankful … and for giving.

At ATC, there is no better way to celebrate the season than by volunteering time and talent for the international experts at Matthew 25: Ministries, and the needy people of the world served by M25:M.

Today at the international relief organization on Kenwood Road in Blue Ash, ATC will be leading volunteer efforts alongside friends, family, co-workers, customers and vendors.

ATC volunteers will perform tasks such as sorting goods and materials, creating food kits, packing, unpacking, loading, building and breaking down boxes.

Founded in 1999, ATC is a professional consulting firm specializing in telecommunications products and services. ATC provides clients with outsourced telecom resources and expertise, liberating peeps to focus on their core business, not the phone bill.

For more information about ATC, please call (513) 323-1122 visit www.4atc.com or send an e-mail to lhollmeyer@4atc.com. For media inquiries regarding ATC, please contact Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

 

 

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