Seattle IT company moves to Bothell

  • Friday, September 12, 2008 12:47pm
  • Business

Isoutsource.com, a local industry leader in information-technology (IT) services focused on small to medium businesses, is set to open a new office in Bothell to more effectively cover the entire Puget Sound region. Starting Sept. 8, the Queen Anne-based company shifted a number of employees, including many of their Eastside-based consultants, to the new location on North Creek Parkway.

The firm approaches IT by combining flexible and predictable pricing with a number of fixed-cost proactive products. More than 40 experienced and certified consultants and remote support engineers are focused on meeting the needs and budgets of each individual client.

As part of the grand opening, isoutsource.com will be holding a series of open houses at its new headquarters, 19125 North Creek Parkway, suite 203. The open houses are scheduled from 4-6 p.m. Sept. 23, 25 and Oct. 1. For information, contact isoutsource.com at (800) 240-2821.

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