We assessed our clients’ infrastructures and provided them with a clear assessment of where they were and where they needed to be. The end result for clients – even those burdened with legacy technology and equipment – was custom network and system optimization solutions that provided optimal performance and reliability for a solid IT fit.
As time went by and customers grew to value our IT services partnership, we expanded our business to provide a greater depth of services and capabilities to both long-term and new customers. And thanks to our commitment to customer service, many of our early customers are still with us today, which is a testimony to our business ethic and our dedication to lasting partnerships.
Beginning more than 30 years ago, Digicon earned a reputation as a well-respected and sought-after IT service partner in a highly competitive marketplace. That’s because, at Digicon, we’ve carefully managed our business growth, selected highly skilled and experienced staff, and diligently planned and managed the expansion of our core proficiencies.
We’re extremely proud of our people, their accomplishments, and the awards and accolades earned over the years through their dedication and professionalism. We are also proud and appreciative of the partnerships we have established with product giants like Citrix, Microsoft, Cisco, HP, and Oracle, just to name a few. These relationships enable us to provide our clients the high-level products and solutions required to meet the demands of today’s ever-changing technology.
Digicon Corporation was pleased to assist Prince William County (PWC), Virginia, with its request to staff a few election sites during a two-week early votingNovember 18, 2020
Digicon Corporation is proud to announce today that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for quality management systems. This is an internationally recognized certification that indicates ourOctober 23, 2020
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