A: Scott Swartzbaugh – The Technology Alliance Partners (TAP) is a best-in-class team of companies specializing in a variety of services, technologies, and infrastructure solutions; everything from video conferencing to complete IT solutions available. With all solutions designed to make the least environmental impact, you can rest assured that you are receiving the most advanced-environmentally friendly technologies.
A: Scott – Network services, conferencing & web collaboration, cloud computing, data centers, identity based security, voice & data communications, VoIP consulting, security, design specifications, and audio visual technology to name a few.
A: Scott – Definitely the more you use Mavenlink, the more comfortable everybody feels using it. Some pros are that we can run and track all of our meetings on it, centralize our team information, get out of email, easily find all documents and communication, and everything is in real-time. I has really made our team collaboration more efficient. My only con would be adapting to the product, but as I mentioned before, time can solve that.
A: Scott – As TAP grows, I definitely look forward to distributing content across multiple networks, opportunity management, and the increased ability for business development. We’d love to be able to identify, share, prioritize, and jointly pursue business opportunities within our collaborative workspaces.
A: Scott – Right now, we are in Orange County, California, but looking to expand across all of Southern California. We are looking to launch a Los Angeles/Ventura County division in the immediate future and have San Diego and the Inland Empire follow shortly after that. On top of that, all TAP partners do business throughout the entire United States and other countries throughout the world. All of our corporate offices are based in Southern California, other than NACR, which is located in Minnesota.
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