(Cincinnati, OH) December 20th, 2016 –RoundTower Technologies, LLC, announced that they are extending their reach in the Carolinas. In addition to their district office in Charlotte, they have established a satellite location in the Flagship2 Building, at the heart of Charleston’s Digital Corridor. RoundTower plans to utilize the new space to cater to the area’s growing technology center.
“We think Charleston is worth the investment we’re making and we hope to bring a deeper level of engagement from our partners to the community,” says Carolinas District Manager, Matt Steckel. “We’re continually hiring subject matter experts—a lot of them industry veterans—in key disciplines like converged platforms, cloud, automation, DevOps, data analytics and of course DCI. Their skill sets and the experience they have with devising really transformative strategies is what produces exciting business outcomes for our client-partners. We plan to bring the same customer-first, business-oriented approach to Charleston that has made us successful in so many other locales.”
This is only one of many expansions made by RoundTower in the last two years. The nationally recognized systems integrator has had a 170% revenue increase over that time, stimulating rapid growth and garnering their acclaim as a rising star in the IT industry. Judging from their expansion into Charleston and other markets, the company appears to be headed for another record year.
Account Manager Tom Collins is RoundTower lead for the Charleston area. Mr. Collins holds an MBA from The Citadel and a BS from James Madison University. He has 15 years of experience in the IT industry and has worked with organizations throughout the US to improve their IT strategies. “We’re not a traditional VAR,” Collins remarks.“ We use proven methods to identify, analyze, and solve your specific technical problems, the ones that are holding back your business. Then we architect a solution from the best technologies available and make them work together. We practice across a lot of industries, so no matter what you do, we can bring you IT solutions that deal with the business issues you’re facing.”
Charleston, SC is the oldest and second-largest city in South Carolina and the seat of Charleston County. It is the ninth-best performing economy in the US, due in a large part to the region’s growing IT sector. A vibrant business community is home to companies such as Blackbaud, Benefitfocus, People matter, Blue Acorn, Boomtown and SPARC, each having helped to pave the way for a new generation of technology entrepreneurs. The healthcare industry is widely represented, with MUSC and Roper topping the list of influential players. Google, Bosch, Boeing, Volvo, and Daimler-Chrysler have invested significantly in Charleston, as well. The “holy city” blends traditional Southern U.S., English, French, and West African elements into its unique culture, making it a popular destination with a thriving business in tourism.