PureLogic, a long-time leader in providing Information Technology solutions across the nation, today announced that it has officially opened a Professional Services Division to meet the demands of its clients. Led by Matt McCaw, an industry veteran, PureLogic Professional Services will complement the company’s current offerings for the Federal Government of Canada.
As an industry-leading IT solutions provider, PureLogic has been selected as a ProServices and supplier for Task-Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) for the Canadian Federal Government.
|Turnaround Time |
Less than 3 weeks
$40,000 (taxes inc.) and under
|Stream 1 (A) – Application Services*|
Steam 3 (I) – IM/IT Services
Stream 6 (C) – Cyber Protection Services
The professional services division will offer network engineering, solution architects, strategic consultants and more to supplement the resources needed. The team will implement, deploy and maintain server, storage, networking, security, and cloud solutions. Services include cloud strategy consultation, workload migration, software, education and policy, network architecture and installation, plus security management.
“Our partners required additional resources to deliver solutions,” said Coreen Bouchard, Founder of PureLogic IT. “Delivering superior partner support has always been a major part of our value proposition and our new professional services division allows us to provide solutions that make the process dramatically smoother and more efficient – from product delivery through to implementation, maintenance and closeout.”
About PureLogic IT
PureLogic IT is an established value-added reseller and professional services provider to the Canadian Government. As a trusted technology advisor within the defence, cybersecurity and intelligence communities, PureLogic has a reputation for thinking outside of the box and always delivering a great product and service. 100% Canadian, Ottawa-based and women-owned, PureLogic proudly supports Wounded Warriors Canada and takes pride in assisting veterans transitioning into the federal workforce.