Atlanta

Expanding Again, We Now Have an Office in Atlanta

CEO of Bit-Wizards, Vince Mayfield says, “Atlanta has always been a primary market for Bit-Wizards. And with this expansion, Bit-Wizards will be able to provide an even better standard of service to our existing customers. Additionally, we look to create opportunities to service and build relationships with new businesses and help make them successful while making an economic impact on the local community.

One of our newest wizards, Tim Myers a 20-year seasoned technology consultant will head-up the Atlanta office. He has considerable experience selling a vast array technology and technical services.  A history of technologies he consulted on and sold include: Enterprise Software, SaaS, Legacy Systems Modernization, ERP Conversion, App Dev and QA Software Tools, Onshore/Offshore Mainframe and Mid-Range Applications Development, Web Application Development, Voice/Data Infrastructure Connectivity and Security, Zero Fault Tolerant Servers and end user workstations/laptops, Retail POS and Inventory Control systems, and various other IT appliances and software tools.

Tim has over 10 years of sales team training, management, and mentor-ship experience, leading inside presales, outside account executives, and post-sales account managers to success through the use of best practices that ensure client satisfaction and retention.
 
The new Atlanta office is located in the Concourse Center otherwise known as the Queen building in the Perimeter district. The Perimeter district employs over 100,000 people which is the largest employer district in the region. There are 4,000 businesses here and 125 companies have over 100 employees.

Bit-Wizards corporate headquarters is located in small, yet sunny and beautiful, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. But make no mistake, we understand the complicated nature of the technology industry and expanding into larger cities is a way for Bit-Wizards to continue to build strong relationships with our customer base.
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