Company in the News

10/03/2011

Sleems Consulting has purchased ClouditNow, an online backup and hosted application/ Software as a Service (SaaS) company. With this merger, Sleems Consulting will be able to offer businesses cloud online backup services for desktops and Servers, and Hosted off the shelf or custom applications from the cloud that will help cut IT costs and show a return on investment (ROI) on there bottom line.

 5/26/2010
Sleems Consulting has partnered with 3CX, the provider of the best IP PBX for VOIP solution. 3CX Phone System for Windows is a software-based IP PBX that replaces a proprietary hardware PBX / PABX. 3CX’s IP PBX has been developed specifically for Microsoft Windows and is based on the SIP standard – making it easier to manage and allowing you to use any SIP phone (software or hardware). The cost saving with 3CX VoIP system can be between 40%-50% verses a traditional PBX Phone system.

Access your applications anywhere, anytime
5/26/2010
Sleems Consulting is now a partner with 2X Remote Applications Server provides secure access to applications, desktops and files from anywhere Publish applications seamless to local Windows, Linux, Mac desktops Centrally manage and administer applications updates and rights.

Sleems Consulting Donates 10 Laptops to Saint George’s All Age School in Jamaica W.I. 6/15/13

Check out the photos of our trip and presentation on Facebook page.

Below is the article that was published in the Gleaner, the local newspaper in Jamaica:
Up until last week, the computer lab at St Georges All-Age School in the rural farming community of Blackstonedge, St Ann, was nothing short of a body shop for broken and outdated computers longing for repair. The only problem was that it was inside this dull room that the approximately 130 students on the schools register would gather in groups on different days where the ingenious class instructor would teach them to identify the different parts of a computer. Teaching them basic things like turning on a computer was never on the lesson plan in this computer class, since not one of the nine computers in the lab was functional. After The Gleaner published a story in April highlighting the plight of the teachers and students under its umbrella project looking at rural poverty and its effects on education, one good Samaritan stepped in and has significantly impacted the learning experience of the students through the donation of 10 laptops The equipment was donated by SLEEMS Consulting, an information-technology company located in Florida, and cost approximately US$6,000 for shipment and purchasing. compelled to give Company CEO Rodger Sleem, who was in the island on Wednesday for the presentation, said after reading the article he felt compelled to give, not just to the school, but also to his birth country. When you get to that level where you find yourself climbing the corporate ladder, you owe it to people to give back. I was once in that same predicament. I was born and raised here, left here at a young age, but I always kept looking back and said when the time comes and the opportunity presents itself, I am going to try and give back. I realize the magnitude of what this is going to do for the community, not just the school. We are hoping that this will bless the school and the community and help it to go forward, Sleem said. Sleem said he was hoping that this would be the beginning of things to come, while pointing out that he was looking to see how he could offer similar assistance to Staceyville Primary and McNie All-Age schools in Clarendon.
http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130615/lead/lead45.html

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