Marketing IT

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Ad agencies use every class of technology—software, hardware, and networks. You use high-power hardware and large, computing-intensive applications for creating and editing huge files. You use fast networks to send and secure those files and connect to repositories for controlled collaboration. And you use Big Data, running and analyzing complex, multimedia campaigns and mining customer information for targeting those marketing campaigns. All of that technology needs people to keep it running. Applications have to be installed, updated and tested to ensure they integrate with all your existing software. Hardware goes through the same process. Each desktop, server, network appliance or whatever it might be has to be expertly installed, maintained and repaired. Networks are in the mix: you’re sending huge files that have to reach their destination fast and without error or attack. Nowadays, CMOs spend more on tech than CIOs. Together, they’re becoming marketing technologists thriving during a new surge in tech. What a balanced and powerful partnership this is.


  • Email Hosting
  • Enhanced System Security
  • Helpdesk Support
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Cloud Solutions to Store Important Projects
  • Server Management
  • File Sharing and Backup
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Support for PC and Mac Platforms
  • IT Consulting
  • IT Strategy Creation
  • Reduce Overall Time Spent on IT
  • Managed Email Defense Against Spam and Viruses


  • Windows, Mac OS, Linux
  • Software as a Service (SaaS) Cloud or Premise-Based CRM, ERP or other Applications
  • Email management
  • Campaign management
  • Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Premier, AfterEffects, Bridge
  • FrontPage/Expression Web, Visual Studio.NET, SQL Server
  • Media 100
  • CorelDraw, Paint Shop Pro
  • Apple Final Cut Pro
  • Font Management Tools
  • Cumulus Digital Asset Management

Manage Data

The volume and variety of data imposes significant responsibilities and requirements on the agency. That encompasses many disciplines, including version management, rules and permission setting, storage and archiving, and more..

Maintain Uptime

Your business pulses across networks constantly, sometimes without stop. That network has to be always operational, and always at peak performance.

Unique Business Needs

Your technology profile is unique and boutique – your need is not for commodity systems and equipment, but rather specialized applications that require equally specialized desktops and servers.

Lower Costs

Your operational budget is where profit is built: the lower it is the more revenue you keep. Whether you run IT in-house or through a Managed Services Provider, doing it well hits directly on the bottom line.