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I-Evolve has major growth spurt in Rochester

September 29, 2015

Rochester, NY − I-Evolve Technology Services is pleased to announce big additions to its Team

Gary Papke – Senior Account Executive
Susanne Dewey – Services and Support Assistant
Steve LaRocca – Telcom Systems Engineer
Christopher Neusatz – Cabling Project Coordinator
Jacob Francis – Cabling Technician
Ben Cosgrove – Cabling Technician

All formerly with Monarch Telecom out of Rochester, NY, the new additions to the I-Evolve team build upon the company’s leading position in the information technology and cloud computing sector and also further drive the company’s visibility throughout the Northeast.

“Growth like this doesn’t happen by accident. Expansion takes the right team and a good strategy” said David Meller,

I-Evolve’s founder and CEO.  “I-Evolve has been working hard to constantly improve our cloud offerings, develop scalable processes and most importantly, keep clients happy. All of these elements have allowed us to enter a growth spurt.”

I-Evolve President, Kevin Kelly, said, “Gary Papke and his team are excited about joining the I-Evolve team.  Their combined experience in the industry amounts to over 90 years!  We will leverage this experience to help expand the future services of I-Evolve.”

About I-Evolve Technology Services –
I-Evolve is a business technology consultant and solutions provider headquartered in Buffalo, New York. The company has a strong presence in Western New York but services all of North America. I-Evolve leads the industry in delivering Disaster Recovery, Network Services, Hosted VoIP, Internet Services and E-Marketing.

I-Evolve’s strategic approach combines the use of remote technology along with automated software management and provisioning systems. I-Evolve solutions enable customers to focus on their core business while I-Evolve ensures the quality of their Voice and IT infrastructure. For more information, call 855-IEVOLVE (855-438-6583) or see

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