ACP CreativIT, formerly known as Arlington Computer Products, was selected as one of the top 250 technology integrators by CRN, a part of The Channel Company. This list is comprised of solution providers in the U.S. and Canada who have the highest level and most certifications from top technology manufacturers and software providers, including Microsoft, HPE, Pure Storage and VMware.
CRN recognizes ACP CreativIT as an organization with a broad range of technologies, services and expertise to help meet today’s IT challenges, whether implementing a new type of technology or undertaking a high-stakes cloud or digital transformation initiative.
“Our process at ACP CreativIT allows us to uncover the challenges faced at many organizations across the company, and come up with a custom solution,” said CEO Scott Dunsire. “We recognized the need for a focus on cloud initiatives and digital transformation, and have created divisions for both to focus on this growing need for our clients.”
It’s these creative and custom solutions that set ACP CreativIT apart from the e-commerce-based companies, allowing them to grow and impact a customer’s organization in a much more positive way.
“We have some of the top minds in the industry on our team, who utilize the best technology available through our vendor partners and distributors,” Dunsire said. “We take great pride in seeing a client overcome the obstacle they were faced with, and in helping their organization operate more efficiently and effectively.”
ACP CreativIT’s team is comprised of over 50 engineers with the top certifications from notable companies like HPE, Microsoft, VMware, Fortinet, Palo Alto, Cisco and many more. These engineers are able to utilize each other internally and collaborate to bring multiple pieces of technology together and provide the creative solutions a client needs to fit their exact needs.
“We’re honored to have been selected as one of CRN’s Tech Elite 250,” Dunsire said. “I’m excited for our growing team, and to see what we continue to accomplish in the coming years.”