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[January 22, 2013]

Managed Solution Chosen as Gold Supplier in Biocom Purchasing Group

Jan 22, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Managed Solution, a provider of professional and managed services, announced the entry of partnership into an exclusive agreement with the Biocom Purchasing Group as the preferred IT services solution provider for members of Biocom; a life science association representing more than 550 member companies in Southern California.

"We see this as an immense opportunity to position ourselves to the membership as a technology advisor of advancements in getting them to the cloud," said Sean Ferrel, CEO, Managed Solution. "The life science community is on the cutting edge of innovation and we know Managed Solution is equipped with technology services and solutions that will better assist these organizations." Rick Fultz, the director of the Biocom Purchasing Group, also offered his thoughts on this latest partnership: "We are confident that Managed Solution's team of hardworking technology infrastructure experts will provide our members with the bridge they need to turn technical problems into business solutions." Biocom Purchasing Group negotiates significant, volume-based savings and favorable terms on products and services frequently used in the life science industry.

Founded in 2002- Managed Solution is a provider of professional services and managed services solutions for clients with cloud, unified communications, desktop & system management, collaboration, security, virtualization needs.

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