ATLANTA, November 2, 2015 – ProviDyn®, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits, hosted their quarterly team-building event at the new Main Event special events venue in Marietta. Support and sales staff alike were engaged in a series of competitive activities designed to boost comradery, build allegiances and basically just blow off steam.
"Our team of professionals work extremely hard delivering top quality IT services to our loyal customers," said ProviDyn President and CEO Hamish Davidson. "In order to alleviate stresses of working in an always-on environment, our leadership team makes a conscious effort to engage folks in obvious off-site recreational opportunities."
The October 29 event was part of ProviDyn's ongoing "Revive and Thrive" employee satisfaction program designed to provide team members with opportunities to have fun and solidify bonds with teammates whom they may or may not get the opportunity to work with on a daily basis.
ProviDyn employs dozens of IT professionals from their offices in Smyrna. The Revive and Thrive program is just one of the benefits that ProviDyn employees enjoy and ProviDyn uses to help attract, retain and reward top quality, energetic talent. For more information about careers at ProviDyn, visit: https://www.providyn.com/about-us/company/careers.html
ProviDyn provides technology expertise, services and support to help small and mid-sized organizations sustain growth and strengthen performance. Backed by technology experts, ProviDyn helps organizations gain the full benefits of existing technology, make strategic investments in implementing new technology and maintain an infrastructure that is secure, reliable and flexible. ProviDyn offers managed services, mobile computing, IT strategy, virtualization, cloud computing, business continuity, network security and IP telephony. To learn more about how ProviDyn is driving business through technology and helping companies reduce costs, improve efficiency and maximize productivity, visit www.providyn.com.
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