EDCi Announces UWEBC Membership

January 10, 2018

Appleton, WI - January 10, 2018 - EDCi is pleased to announce our membership with the UW E-Business Consortium (UWEBC). UWEBC members are world-class companies from a broad range of industries, facilitating cross-pollination of innovative ideas.This vibrant community of members enjoys more than fifty peer group meetings a year in four focus areas: marketing, information technology, supply chain management and customer service. UWEBC is a collaborative learning community of leading companies focused on thought leadership, business best practices, and emerging technologies."The focus areas that UWEBC offers are a perfect match for EDCi and where we do business," said Dan Suda, EDCi's Vice President. "Our membership in the Consortium will be win-win. We have a lot of subject matter expertise to offer and we will have the opportunity to learn and grow with some of the best companies in the state." Employees from the entire EDCi organization plan to participate regularly in the Customer Service, IT, and Marketing peer groups as well as in the Best Business Practices and Emerging Technologies conference in the fall.To learn more about UWEBC visit www.uwebc.wisc.edu

About EDCi

EDCi is a leading provider of communication and technology solutions through the Midwest and the United States. Our areas of focus include data center, security, virtualization and call center technologies as well as managed services. EDCi demonstrates proven excellence in strategic needs assessment, project management, design, installation, risk management, training, and post-sales support, setting us apart from the competition and ensuring our customers’ needs are met today and in the future. To connect with EDCi, visit www.edci.com.

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