KANKAKEE, IL – May 3, 2016 – St. Louis-based GadellNet, an outsourced IT consulting firm offering help desk IT support, network engineering, business and technology management consulting, application development and hosted cloud services, announces its expansion to Kankakee County. Interstate proximity, a relatively low cost of living and strong growth potential in the technology space attracted the firm to the community.
Heading local operations is branch manager and Momence native Chris Miller, who has 10 years of experience in consulting small to mid-sized business with their technology needs.
“GadellNet has a lot to offer in IT solutions, managed services, software development and cloud services,” notes Miller. “I believe that will resonate with the small to medium-sized businesses throughout the Chicago Southland and Northwestern Indiana region. We see strong growth potential here.
“Strategically, we plan to grow and create jobs through our commitment to strong community involvement,” Miller adds. “This will be a win for both the region and GadellNet.”
Central to GadellNet’s mission – to amplify the human will through technology – is supporting culture, education and the arts in each of the communities where it has a presence. Its support comes in the form of philanthropy as well as technical competency delivered through products like its education platform Education Business Technology Architect.
An Inc. 5000 and Best in Business company, GadellNet employs nearly 50 at locations in Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee serving the following business sectors: Construction & Architecture, Education (K-12), Accounting & CPA, Non-Profit, Financial Services, Law Firms, Marketing & Advertisting, and Healthcare. A best-in-class engineering team provides expertise in implementing and maintaining value-add hardware and software technologies. For more information, visit gadellnet.com or phone 312-810-0225.
The Economic Alliance of Kankakee County is a public-private partnership that works to create jobs and expand the economic base by improving the local business climate. Working under Kankakee County’s 2014-19 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy, the Alliance is challenged to help spur $500 million in new business investment and 500 new jobs, along with assisting 150 prospective new businesses. For more information, visit kankakeecountyed.org or phone 815.935.1177.