Winxnet And K&R Network Systems Become Logically

Monday, April 8, 2019

Winxnet, Inc. and K&R Network Solutions, Inc. merged last June to form a coast-to-coast managed IT services company. Now, the company announces the integration of solution offerings, operating procedures and systems is complete, and the company will now operate under the new name, Logically. 

“Our customers tell us they chose us because of the trust they have in us to always do the right thing, and our operational and technical excellence," said Chris Claudio, CEO of Winxnet. "Logically represents these qualities and our brand promise. 'Logic' represents our operational and technical excellence.  'Ally' represents our trusted partnership with customers.  We are your trusted IT ally, Logically.”

Officials said, Logically is a provider of IT Managed Services to small and midsize enterprises. The company’s mission is to help organizations leverage the power of information technology to achieve their goals by becoming their trusted ally. Since 1999, the organization has made IT management easy and secure for hundreds of corporations, healthcare organizations, nonprofits and public sector agencies. Logically sets the standard for responsiveness and operational excellence for organizations seeking to augment existing IT teams or outsource IT completely. Logically is recognized for outstanding customer service, technical depth, and unique systems management platform that allows it to stop problems before they stop business.

“We realized that merging Winxnet’s operational excellence with KRNS’s technical expertise would create incredible value for our customers," said K&R Co-Founder and CTO Jeremy Kurth. "The combined entity enables broader and deeper technical expertise to solve customer problems, which is really important in this era of cloud and digital transformation with its increasingly complex IT and cybersecurity challenges." 

Logically’s solutions cover the full range of cloud and on-premise IT management needs from IT strategy and leadership, technology upgrades, cloud migrations, security and regulatory compliance, to ongoing IT management and end-user support. 

Logically has over 450 managed service customers served from Maine to California. To learn more about their range of IT services, please visit logically.com



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