Top Performing TeamLogic IT Expands Market Presence

05/19/2015

Woburn, MA

Jim Hackett and Andy Hackett, owners of TeamLogic IT franchises in Woburn and Andover, MA have expanded their market presence by adding four more franchise locations in Waltham, Cambridge, Burlington, and Newburyport. Expanding their managed IT services business in Essex and Middlesex Counties allows them to meet the technology needs of their strong and growing client base.

The Hackett’s TeamLogic IT Headquarters in Woburn is the top revenue-producing business in the franchise network of nearly 70 locations across North America. They have consistently grown their business each year since opening in 2007. Their franchise has received numerous awards including Franchise of the Month, Top Volume Award, Technician of the Year Award, and they were the company’s Franchisee of the Year in 2012.

Speaking about the expansion, Jim said, “Being a part of the TeamLogic IT network enables us to provide our clients with the most up-to-date, in demand technology available. This, along with having a wide array of services to offer our clients, has allowed us to grow our business at a rapid pace. Expanding our presence to meet the needs of more businesses across northeastern Massachusetts was a logical next step for us.”

Chuck Lennon, TeamLogic IT President said, “Jim and Andy have built a solid business through consistent marketing efforts, intelligent hiring and teambuilding, and a strong IT support program for their clients. Their business expansion is due to their optimism about the industry and confidence that TeamLogic IT is the answer to achieving their vision of entrepreneurial success.”

Revenue growth at TeamLogic IT has grown significantly over the last three years as clients look to the company for IT support and services such as cloud, network security, data backup and recovery, and mobile device management. The managed IT services industry is poised for substantial growth through 2018. According to data released by IT research firm IDC (International Data Corp.), business technology spending is expected to increase by more than $100 billion.

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