Corsica Technologies is a member of the Apple Consultants Network!

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Originally Published on 3/5/2013

With more and more businesses offering mobile devices in their corporate infrastructure to increase productivity and flexibility within the workplace, the need for an IT partner who understands the benefits, risks, and customized implementation of these devices has never been greater.  Which is why we are pleased to announce that Corsica Technologies is a member of the Apple Consultants Network.

What is the Apple Consultants Network?

“The Apple Consultants Network features independent professional service providers and technology consulting firms that specialize in Apple and third-party solutions. Certified on Apple technologies, members deliver on-site technology services and support to home users and businesses of all sizes.”

What does this mean for you business?

As an approved Apple Affiliate Program Partner, Corsica Technologies can assist you with purchasing Apple mobile devices for your business. You can also use this to contact us directly to request a quote for the Apple products that meet your specific business needs. Because Corsica Technologies is a member of the Apple Consultants Network, we are able to offer certified professionals, industry knowledge, and onsite services to assist you with your devices.

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