Tampa, FL, February 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- "Congratulations on Data-Tech recently being included in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s list of top 25 managed IT service providers. You are to be commended for building a company that is recognizable within your community. Because entrepreneurship is the foundation of Florida’s success, I am focused on making the Sunshine State the best place for businesses to grow so that entrepreneurs like you can succeed and continue adding private-sector jobs to Florida’s economy.
"Our pro-growth agenda is working to increase opportunities for Florida families to live their version of the American dream. Florida’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.2 percent in December. This is the lowest unemployment rate in over five and a half years and the ninth straight month in a row below the national average, putting our total job creation since December 2010 at 440,900. Once again, Florida is outpacing the nation’s unemployment rate and will continue to work tirelessly to make sure Florida families can pursue their version of the American dream by getting a great job and having access to a quality education.
"Thanks to you, ITS WORKING in Florida. Please let your friends and family know about Florida’s great turnaround story.
Rick Scott - Governor"
About Data-Tech: Every opportunity lost to failing technology prevents your business from successfully moving forward. Don’t risk the success of your company- leave it to the IT professionals at Data-Tech. It is important in today’s age to have a qualified IT partner with dedicated resources, experience and a pro-active approach.
Partnering with Data-Tech allows you to reduce your IT operating costs and delivery risks, while improving IT service levels and performance. At the same time, our flexible approach and expertise allows you to increase your IT capabilities when you need to, with scalable, proven, ‘world class’ services.
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Read the letter online: http://www.datatechitp.com/data-tech-recognized-by-governor-rick-scott/
Mr. Chris Lietz