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March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Communications solutions and services integration expert
NACR is pleased to announce it will be an exhibitor and breakout session presenter at the annual
Villanova University Technology Expo on
April 11, 2013, in
Villanova, PA. The company will feature its expertise in education, as well as its video conferencing and managed services solutions, at Booth 74.
NACR is a leading integrator of best-in-class communications solutions and services, and a trusted advisor to more than 5,500 customers from small businesses to
FORTUNE® 100 and global enterprises. The company serves as a single source for consulting, implementation, project management, training, maintenance, and managed services that improve productivity, efficiency, collaboration, and customer service.
As a major communications vendor for
Villanova University, NACR's local presence includes offices in
Conshohocken, PA, as well as a state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC) and training facility at the company's regional headquarters in
Villanova's expo, "Technology for 21
st Century Education," provides an opportunity for the regional education community to experience the latest technology from leading vendors, learn from keynote speakers and information sessions, and network with technology providers and peers. The Technology Expo is free to registered attendees and will include more than 100 technology vendors in the University Pavilion exhibit area.
Villanova is one of NACR's most valued customers, so we are delighted to once again support the university, the local education community, and students through our participation in the Tech Expo," according to
Cordell Toson, Northeast Regional Vice President of NACR. "The event offers us a great opportunity to show educators and IT professionals how to maximize their network investments and reach out more effectively to the next generation of technology users."
Last year's expo had more than 1,200 attendees representing 330 colleges, universities, K-12 schools, school districts, intermediate units, non-profit organizations, and businesses.