Herndon, VA, April 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Rick Endres, president of The Washington Network, Inc., in Alexandria, Va., will address the Rotary Club of Herndon at their regular meeting on Wednesday, April 7, 2010. The event will be held at Amphora Restaurant at 1151 Elden Street in Herndon.
Mr. Endres’ address is called “10 Things Your Competition Is Doing To Put You Out Of Business This Year – And What You Can Do About It.”
A former Chief Information Officer of the US House of Representatives, Mr. Endres will tie together major trends in technology with changing business strategies and tactics used by businesses of all size.
At The Washington Network, Mr. Endres helps businesses and associations optimize their computer networks and telecommunications systems to meet crucial business objectives. This often means accomplishing more with less.
“I find the application of technology to business objectives fascinating. I work with a variety of business owners and elite technology vendors, so I get to witness first-hand which technologies and strategies deliver real value,” said Endres.
“My goal in this speech is to introduce people to technologies and ideas they may not have known about, and to help them think about technologies and business strategy in a new way.”
About The Rotary Club of Herndon
The Rotary Club of Herndon is a member of Rotary International, a service organization with more than 1.2 million members and 33,000 clubs worldwide. Members volunteer to work locally, regionally and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace and eradicate polio, all under the motto “Service Above Self.”
Those interested in membership should visit: ww.herndonrotary.org
About The Washington Network, Inc.:
Increasing workplace productivity while lowering costs:
Founded in 1987, The Washington Network, Inc., based in Alexandria, Virginia, provides business phone systems, managed services for computer networks and other IT solutions for associations and businesses in the Washington, DC Metro area.
Serving primarily clients without a large in-house IT staff, The Washington Network lowers its clients’ operating costs while increasing productivity, utilizing flat-rate managed network services. These include remote network monitoring, preventive maintenance, help desk, redundant back-ups and on-call network engineers.
A member of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, The Washington Network has been honored as the Chamber’s Professional Service Business of the Year.
Through its strategic memberships in the Technology Assurance Group and The ASCII Group, The Washington Network serves and supports clients with multiple locations across the U.S. and Canada.
In 1995, The Washington Network was among the first to integrate workplace telephone systems with computer networks and corporate databases. Today the company implements fully converged solutions that include complete computer networks and business phone systems, and advanced productivity applications.
The Washington Network is located at 30 South Quaker Lane, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. For more information on The Washington Network, call 703.212.7100 or visit www.WashingtonNetwork.com.