Troy Cobb, a Desert Shield/Desert Storm USMC Veteran, and his team at Cinch I.T. have reiterated their goal of helping small and medium-sized companies leverage IT solutions to grow their brand as the IT firm recently expanded their service to the Atlanta area. Over the years, Cinch I.T. has grown to become one of the leading managed computer and I.T. support brands, providing companies across the nation with a quality yet relatively affordable enterprise-level I.T. department.
“We are excited to continue expanding our brand into new states like Georgia as the demand for our I.T. and cloud-computing services is continuing to increase,” said Rick Porter, President of Cinch I.T. and 2020 CRN Next-Gen Leader. “After seeing our support calls triple with the initial shift to remote work, Cinch I.T. has been able to meet this rising demand every step of the way and we are set to help even more businesses and employers navigate their I.T. operations during the pandemic and beyond.”
Cinch I.T. currently provides remote and on-site computer support, and services, including I.T. support plans, network security, backup/disaster recovery, cloud computing, cybersecurity software, tech consulting, and a host of others, with six locations in Massachusetts and other parts of the U.S. The goal of the company is to help businesses reduce their cost of operations, allowing them to enjoy quality IT solutions without breaking the bank to operate an in-house department.
The expansion is particularly timely, coming in a period when demand for I.T. services and cloud-computing solutions has skyrocketed as more organizations adopt the work-from-home approach. The new location in Atlanta will be owned and operated by local franchisee Troy Cobb, providing enterprise-level I.T. support to businesses of all sizes in and around Atlanta and Vinings.
“Georgia itself has a special place in my heart since I have lived here for close to 20 years, met my wife here, and hope to retire here as well so it only makes sense to bring the brand’s services to the Atlanta and Vinings areas,” said Cobb. “I am extremely proud to soon see the Cinch I.T. brand in Georgia and to watch it grow to help businesses better operate through the challenges of the pandemic.”