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ePresence Helps Get Businesses Up to Speed with Microsoft Deployment Program

ePresence Inc. announced the availability of the Microsoft QuickStart Deployment Program for customers who need advanced architecture and technical skills in the early stages of planning prior to deploying the latest Microsoft technologies.

ePresence consultants review an organization's business strategy, objectives, requirements, and scope in order to frame the deliverables of the project, delivering results in as soon as six weeks. ePresence's delivers of the Deployment Program consists of preliminary designs and plans that take into account an organization's existing infrastructure as well as future business and technical plans.

Contact ePresence, (800) 222-6929, www.epresence.com.

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