Source 1 Solutions expands with new Global Technology Center

Source 1 Solutions, a managed IT services and outsourcing firm based in Clearwater, celebrated its ribbon cutting today at its new Global Technical Services Center at 4904 Creekside Drive, Clearwater.

The new, and expanded, GTS is adjacent to the company’s global headquarters.

The space includes multiple display systems and alerting systems, according to a statement.

This new space is now home to Source 1 Solutions’ team of elite, Tier 1-3 engineers alongside the company’s interns, who are part of an ongoing program between Source 1 Solutions and Pinellas Technical College.

The GTS team supports more than 1300 companies globally.

In attendance for the ribbon-cutting included Mike Crawford, vice president of operations at Source 1 Solutions, Tom Morissette, president of Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce, Kelvin Mack, community outreach and events director at the Pinellas Chamber of Commerce and various members of the Source 1 Solutions network.

“Being a fast-growing global brand means quickly identifying, and responding, to our most sought after services. Our MSP offering is like no other and so it’s no surprise that our 24/7/365 help desk needed their own expanded space,” says Mike Crawford. “We are grateful to our partners, and clients, for the feedback, and referrals, they’ve provided to make this growth possible. Today we celebrate growth and relationships.”[image_slider_no_space height=”300″ images=”8485,8483,8482,8481,8480”]

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