LAS VEGAS – NetEffect, a Las Vegas-based, leader in computer and information technology support and service provider consultation, is ready to unveil its new, larger location to the Las Vegas business community. The company will host an open house beginning at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14 to showcase the new space.
In 2014, NetEffect merged with uptimeLV, an IT company that specialized in network and computer sales, installation, system design, consulting and maintenance. The open house also will help reintroduce clients and members of the business community to the merged company. The merger was the result of a longstanding business relationship between NetEffect CEO Jeff Grace and uptimeLV owner, David Rounds.
“The business climate in Las Vegas is diversifying and maturing. With the combined resources, Las Vegas businesses will benefit from NetEffect’s ability to provide a level of IT service and expertise on par with any other major U.S. market.” Grace said. “This is the right partnership at the right time.”
Grace was recently honored in the MSPmentor 250 List, which honors the world’s top managed services providers.
“This is a great opportunity for clients and other interested parties to see what we’ve been up to,” he said.
NetEffect is a privately held, full-service provider of computer and information technology support and consulting services for businesses. Based in Las Vegas, NetEffect was founded in 2002 by Jeff Grace. For more information, contact NetEffect at (702) 318-7700 or visit the firm’s website at www.neteffect-it.com.