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It is an exciting time to be involved with technology. Every month new tech advances are coming out making it a challenge for any organization to keep up. There is a real demand for knowledgeable professionals not only to take care of tech needs, but help leads decision makers to make better, more informed choices. Common World Inc. is the company you want to assist you with these decisions. Common World Inc. will not only help your organization find the best tech solutions but will continue to work with you to make sure you know how to use it to its full potential.
Common World Inc. is a small technology company focusing on consulting and professional services in the Midwest. Specializing in Apple Inc. products and a host of communication and productivity software, Common World Inc. offers remote and on-site professional services. For over two decades, Common World Inc. has been servicing and training IT administrators and their staff. Common World has expanded to hosting, leasing, and management of educational institutes, non-profit, and small businesses' technical needs.
For the past few years, Common World Inc has been slowly moving deeper into development. We hope to announce what projects we have been working on soon.
In 2017 Common World International started the 'Rwanda Build Program,' a software startup accelerator in Kigali, Rwanda. We are very proud of it. www.commonworldinc.com/RWBuild
Rob Rickard of Common World Inc. can be available for speaking on a host of topics ranging from email management, personal & organizational communication & productivity, workflow, to net etiquette. He also can be available for consulting & training.
Common World inc.
Box 365, Wauzeka, WI 53826
Last updated Thu, Aug 31, 2017 3:59 AM
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