Focused. Understanding the unique
challenges a business
faces in today’s economy. To offer our
customers complete solutions that reduce their overall IT costs –
thereby allowing them to re-invest in their core businesses. By
combining the right people, Strategy and Technologies, We WILL BE ABLE
to provide customers with increased efficiencies, decreased costs, and
the ability to maximize their existing IT investments. Specialized
Services ensuring Customer Satisfaction
To be a Customer-Oriented Market Leader, Providing
Service for Mission Critical Business Systems and Technology Propelled
by a Cohesive Team of Enthusiastic Dedicated Professionals,
Contributing to an Unsurpassed Level of Excellent Customer Service,
Which Provides Expertise, Convenience, and Reliable Solutions to SMB
Through High Quality Products and Services.
What Sets Us Apart:
Our customers consistently tell us the thing that makes us different is
our focus on their needs. Vendor neutrality allows us
to provide solutions based on the customer’s needs, not what we have to
sell. This vendor neutrality and focus are the hallmarks of our product
and services offerings.
- Working to understand the
customer’s unique solution requirements.
- Representing a broad and deep product/service set from a
technical and sales perspective.
- Making the best call for the customer for the short, medium
Our Broad and Deep
We have been able to build our areas of expertise and
offerings through continual hiring, training, and strategic
partnerships with experts that bring new skill sets and experience.
Through these methods, we’ve been able to add new offerings, strengthen
our existing offerings and expand our geographical coverage.
We’ve been in the IT industry since 1982. Our first location was in
downtown Peckville, PA with 1 employee. Our focus was retail
sales of personal computer related peripherals and software plus
repairs to end
consumers. Today, we employee many people, have many locations and
provide companies with IT solutions ranging from application
development to storage strategies to desktop management.
certified technical resources, and more than a combined 200 years of
experience, We are a natural choice for companies looking for a
is i-Zoe.com, Inc. policy, that its employees,
officers, and directors are held to the highest standards of honest and
ethical conduct when conducting the affairs of the Company. This Code
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employees of the Company are expected to adhere and advocate in meeting
these standards. The Code embodies rules regarding individual and peer
responsibilities, as well as responsibilities to the Company, the
public and other stakeholders. Employees, officers and directors will
not commit acts contrary to these standards of ethical conduct nor
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conflicts of interest between their interests and the interests of the
Company; and refrain from engaging in any activity that would
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circumstances could lead to a violation of this Code, they should
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proper supervision and to detect and report a violation by their
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