Stapling it together

Nerds On Site announces exclusive national partnership with Staples Canada

Photo from left: John Harbarenko, David Redekop and Charles Regan of Nerds On Site (file photo)

NERDS ON SITE Inc. has announced it has entered into an exclusive partnership with Staples Canada to support the retailer’s small business customers with IT and cyber security services.

Under the terms of the partnership agreement, News On Site for Business will support Staples small business customers across Canada with a range of remote and on-site solutions technology solutions and services.

“Nerds On Site is ready to support Canadian SMEs with customized IT solutions,” says Charles Regan, CEO, Nerds On Site. “We are pleased to partner with Staples Canada on Nerds On Site for Business to reach more SMEs in need of IT services during this crucial time, with a suite of curated programs and resources that will provide the support they need to successfully and securely run their businesses.”

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With data, cyber security and managed IT services in demand more than ever before, one of the key services that Nerds On Site for Business will provide to SME customers is a no-commitment, no-obligation cyber security assessment scorecard of their business, with custom solutions to combat any findings. Properly managing and protecting business systems has become a pivotal step to remain secure in the ever-evolving digital world.

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“It’s important that SMEs have access to the right technology and support to manage their workplace and remote workforces,” adds David Boone, CEO, Staples Canada. “In partnering with Nerds On Site, SMEs can turn to Staples for everything they need, not only for essential technology products, but also for IT support services to keep their businesses secure, and up and running.”

Nerds On Site was established in London in 1995 and currently services over 12,000 clients yearly with annual revenues of approximately $10 million. In 2018, the company went public with an IPO on the Canadian Securities Exchange, a move that raised more than $7 million to help the company finance continued expansion of its franchise model across Canada and into the U.S. Stapling it together Nerds On Site Partnerships

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