Our new partner, CommITment, has over 24 years of experience in complete and high quality IT services for businesses and non-profit organisations. Their strong commitment to dozens of large and small organisations makes them a reliable and honest partner in IT.

CommITment focuses on the design, delivery and implementation of network infrastructure, cloud computing and workspace services. They provide a one-stop-shop for the complete IT environment in which they take a personal, pragmatic and of course professional approach.

As a partner they focus on personal attention and commitment. The solutions are perfectly adapted to the situation of organisations. This allows them to focus on the core business, without unnecessary costs. CommITment has a team full of passionate employees with a lot of expertise. By following the latest developments they are able to provide organisations with the best quality in systems, products and services.

“We look forward to working with CommITment and with a personal approach we’ll provide the ideal workspace for our customers” said Tjibbe Vissers, Partner Succes Maker at Workspace 365.

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