Boundless Connections Tech Services announces move to N. Union St.
New location will support expansion of technical services business and provide a place to discuss the role of technology in addressing community issues.
Olean, NY, September 27, 2016: Boundless Connections, LLC, a local provider of IT services, announces their plan to open a regional Technology Center. Their new space in the Masonic Temple building located at 120 North Union Street in Olean, New York (formerly the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce) will allow for the continued expansion of their tech support/services and provide a location for community-based technology programs.
Co-owners Mike Marvin and Christina Lopez say they decided to make the move because they want to support the transformation of downtown Olean. “There are great things happening in this city,” Mike Marvin says. “Walkable Olean, the River Valley Trail, Good Times of Olean, the Olean Business Development Center, Dream It Do It of WNY and many other quality of life improvements — all of these ventures are bringing a sense of vitality to Olean. As the North Union Street construction is nearing an end, we want to support the growth of the area.”
Christina Lopez goes on to say “Our business is a perfect fit for the changes in downtown Olean. We help businesses do what they do best by making sure their technology keeps up with them. We cater to small- and medium-sized businesses that are not ready to hire an entire IT department but need more than one technician to maintain their daily functions. We coordinate the tech support, web services, and training by providing a comprehensive technology plan that causes minimal disruption of day-to-day business.”
The development of the Boundless Connections Technology Center will provide a place for the community to discover how technology is being utilized in various areas of life. Silicon Valley does this on a grand scale for urban settings. “We’d like to facilitate conversations in our region about how we can use technology to address local matters. The center will provide a focal point for collaboration with various skill sets, and access to cutting-edge technology. This can be anything from how to help grandparents use their phones to stay in touch with their grand kids, to how regional agencies might use technology to address our regional transportation issues. No topic is too big or too small,” says Mike Marvin.
Boundless Connections will begin renovating on October 1st and plans to be open to the public when Mayor Aiello performs the ribbon cutting for the roundabout at State and Union.
For information email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (585) 376-0099