Vector Resources Ranks #4 in this Year’s Inland Empire Business Journal’s Interconnect/Telecommunications Firms List

Vector Resources ranked number four in the Inland Empire Business Journal’s “Interconnect/Telecommunications Firms Serving the Inland Empire” list, which appeared earlier this week.

As the general manager in the Vector Resources, Inland Empire office for seven years, it is a great honor for Vector Resources to have been recognized and mentioned on this list in the most recent September 2012 issue. It is especially rewarding for me since I founded the office in 2005 as the only employee, and today we have grown to more than 25 full-time staff.

I am excited to see this list positively showcase and highlight Vector Resources’ strength as a leading in-house turnkey integrator in the Inland Empire, and look forward to working with the entire Vector team to growing our presence in the Inland Empire and contributing to the ongoing success of the company.

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Vector Resources Exhibits at Fourth Annual Arizona Technology Summit

Earlier this week, Vector Resources exhibited at the Fourth Annual Arizona Technology Summit, held Wednesday, September 19 at the Phoenix Convention Center.

This year’s conference theme was in a prime Vector sweetspot – IT Transformation. As expected, the Summit lived up to its billing, attracting an outstanding mix of CIOs, CTOs, CEOs and government agency decision makers eager for real, proven solutions for their telecommunications and networking needs. Approximately 1,500 people attended the conference, a sizeable proportion of which visited our booth to witness our demonstrations. We featured integration of Microsoft Lync and Polycom systems to facilitate video communications from nearly all devices. There was also a lot of interest in BYOD and providing security to the personal devices people want to link to corporate networks.

Vector is on the move in Arizona in just over 12 months, we have won contracts from the Mohave Educational Services Cooperative, Pima County, and the State of Arizona.

Overall, this conference was a major success and definitely exceeded my expectations. It will contribute to positive awareness about Vector and hopefully assist with securing invitations to compete for future contracts.

For all who were able to join us this year at the conference – thank you, and we look forward to meeting you all again at next year’s Arizona Technology Summit.