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Integrated Micro Systems, Inc. is pleased to have this opportunity to introduce our company as a premier computer and network-consulting firm. Utilizing over 30 years of combined technical experience in the field of micro computing, we possess the ability to provide our clients with unparalleled consulting, service and sales of a wide variety of state-of-the art hardware and software applications. Our A+ Certified technical team also maintains accreditation's, such as Certified Novell Engineer, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and BICSI Certified Cable Installer. As a complete information systems resource, Integrated Micro Systems, Inc. develops a thorough understanding of the specific technical requirements needed by our clients. This knowledge, combined with our personal and friendly manner of business allows us to develop excellent working relationships with our clients.

There are several key factors that demonstrate our enthusiasm, commitment, competence, and ability to be responsive to your needs:

We are a "total service" organization. Our professionals can provide your company with a full range of technical and consulting needs.

We furnish our clients with proven and innovative suggestions for improving the efficiency and economy of their information systems.

We provide our customers with both "contract" and "per incident" service.

We have a history of providing quality professional services to an impressive list of clients.

Integrated Micro Systems, Inc. thanks you for your interest in our company. We would be pleased to provide you with any further information you may need or respond to any questions you may have about us.


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