For the 15and Consecutive Year, High Wire Supports Federal Agency’s Technology Mission
BATAVIA, Ill., March 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — High Wire Networks Inc. (the “Company” or “High Wire”) (OTCQB: HWNI), today announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide technology services to a federal government agency.
“High Wire manages human capital for our partners to meet the needs of their customers anytime, anywhere,” said Mark Porter, CEO of High Wire. “From two- to four-hour Service Level Agreements (SLAs) to managed services or staff augmentation, we deliver the right people with the right skills and tools to customer sites in more than 180 countries,” said Mark Porter, CEO of High Wire.
To date, the company manages more than 200,000 technology professionals worldwide.
About High Wire Networks
For 20 years, High Wire Networks Inc.(OTCQB: HWNI) has been a trusted partner to VARs, MSPs, Distributors, Integrators, Manufacturers and Telecom Providers by enabling them to minimize overhead while expanding delivery capabilities worldwide. whole. Our flexible workforce provides vendor-neutral technical, professional and security services in over 180 countries. Our services include design, installation, configuration and support for unified communications, wired and wireless networks, cabling and infrastructure, and electrical systems. Our Overwatch Managed Security Marketplace enables our partners to provide comprehensive easy-to-sell, easy-to-buy cybersecurity for one affordable subscription. We also offer a variety of on-demand rapid response solutions with service levels ranging from two hours to the next business day for onsite troubleshooting and remote technical support. With High Wire Networks, Get Work Done Partners. Learn more about www.highwirenetworks.com.
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