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Net@Work Announces Acquisition of Werkflow, Providers of Network Support Services.

Acquisition expands company's network infrastructure and security services.

NEW YORK -- Net@Work, a leading provider of integrated business technology solutions, today announced that it has acquired Werkflow, LLC, providers of network support services to small and midsize businesses across the greater New York City area. Company founder and President Christina Strack will be joining Net@Work as Director of Sales for the company's infrastructure business. She will manage network- side vendor relationships (such as Citrix, Cisco, etc.) and spearhead Net@Work's recent partnerships with Mimosa Systems and Equallogic.

"Christina's experience, talent, and most importantly, her absolute commitment to customer service adds significant depth to the network support side of our business," said Alex Solomon, Net@Work's Co-President. "We've made several strategic acquisitions this past year that have dramatically expanded our service offerings and improved our ability to provide 'rapid response' support across the Tri-State area."

"The acquisition of Werkflow enables us to provide our clients with superior network infrastructure and security services, which is a key component of our overall value proposition," said Edward Solomon, Net@Work's Co-President. "I would also like to welcome Werkflow's customers into the fold, who now have easy access to the best business consultants and support technicians in the business-and a guaranteed four-hour response time on which our reputation is based."

"Net@Work is one of the areas most respected full-service VARs, which was founded as a provider of network and security support services, making this a very good fit," said Christina Strack. "This is a big win for the customers we are bringing over with us, who will receive the same level of support they've come to expect, while gaining access to Net@Work's broad array of network, infrastructure, and business application services, including CRM, accounting, document management, and more. Additionally, they get Net@Work's justly renowned guaranteed 4-hour support response time. I am looking forward to working with Net@Work's talented team of consultants and engineers and contributing to the company's remarkable growth."

Founded in 2001, Werkflow provided small and midsize businesses across New York with hardware and software assessment services, specification of requirements tied to specific business needs, and implementation and support of key systems including Microsoft Exchange Servers, Microsoft Windows Servers including SBS, SonicWALLS, and Windows XP workstations, ACT, disaster recovery and application support.

About Net@Work

Founded in 1996 as a network support company, Net@Work has evolved into a provider of a full range of IT services and solutions, including accounting and CRM software, custom application development, document management, and information security services. Headquartered in NYC, with a staff of 90+ consultants, programmers, and hardware engineers, Net@Work supports over 1,200 clients and has received numerous awards for its high level of client satisfaction. Partnerships with proven technology leaders, including, Sage Software, Microsoft, Citrix, and Cisco, allows Net@Work to deliver a range of unbiased, integrated solutions that bring its clients every competitive advantage possible. For more information on Net@Work please call (212) 997-5200.
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Date:Jun 15, 2007
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