Chatham-Kent Economic Development and the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that MicroAge Chatham has been awarded the Feature Industry of the Month for January 2019.
“Our Chamber is aware that industry of this era is a highly technical. Our Feature Industry program is pleased to highlight and focus on industry leaders such as Micro Age for their vision in the future of technology.” Cecily Coppola, Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Board Chair.
“2019 is looking to be a year of technology and innovation across Chatham-Kent which is why it makes sense for Economic Development to celebrate MicroAge Chatham as a business technology leader,” said Geoff Wright, Economic Development Officer with Chatham-Kent Economic Development.
Founded in 1985, MicroAge Chatham is one of the businesses within the collection of MC Group of Companies and specializes in providing advanced Information Technology services within Chatham-Kent and across Canada.
Wally Romansky, General Manager for MicroAge Chatham, said, “Our goal is to help our businesses access and understand the latest leading-edge technology.”
“Perhaps even more important than just the technology is that our customers know they can rely on our expert staff to provide outstanding service and vital business advice to keep their organization up and running 24/7,” added Romansky.
Located at 162 Queen Street in Chatham, Ontario, MicroAge has a total of 16 staff employed and the MC Group of Companies has 75 total employees. In 2018, MicroAge Chatham was ranked among five of the MicroAge operations that made it into the Top 50 Best Managed IT Companies in Canada from among the more than 1,500 companies.
“Feature Industry is about recognizing business excellence and MicroAge Chatham has demonstrated this time and time again,” said Wright. “They have exceptional management, customer service, and dedication to the community, so they are natural recipients of this award.”
“We are honoured to be awarded the Feature Industry of the Month as it means a lot to our team to be acknowledged for their hard work. Of course, I must also thank our customers, for without them we would have not had the opportunity to be successful,” said Romansky.
For more information about MicroAge Chatham, please visit their website at
MicroAge Chatham Wally Romansky, General Manager (centre) receives award from Cecily Coppola, Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Board Chair (centre right) and certificate from Darrin Canniff, Chatham-Kent Mayor (2nd from right). Also featured are Councillor Karen Kirkwood-Whyte (far left) and Councillor Mary Clair Latimer (far right).
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