Denver, CO – April 27, 2020 – Platte River Networks has joined with IT service providers across America to commit to a strong economy and job protection values when using stimulus funds. The MSP Stimulus Pledge is a collective of peers and competitors in the IT Services industry committing to using government assistance, including PPP funds, as intended: to keep team members employed and keep the economy moving.
The MSP Stimulus Pledge brings regional and national competitors together for the greater good of employees, the industry, and the business community.
“We felt strongly about signing the MSP Stimulus Pledge and prioritizing our amazing team of employees during this time,” said Treve Suazo, co-founder and CEO of Platte River Networks. “We are proud to be among other honorable MSPs across the country that share the same values.”
The MSP Stimulus Pledge asks organizations to use stimulus funds to commit to:
- Avoiding layoffs of staff and pay reductions
- Paying bills on time
- Providing no increase in owner’s compensation
- Working as partners with our vendors without demanding concessions simply because we can use the leverage of economic conditions
- Running our businesses in a manner that creates a strong foundation for our employees and clients into a new future
Learn more, sign the pledge, and see the pledging companies at www.mspstimuluspledge.com.
About Platte River Networks
For 18 years, Platte River Networks, a managed IT services and technology consulting firm based in Denver, CO, has provided complete IT services for small to mid-sized businesses throughout Colorado and the nation. Their expertise and work ethic has resulted in hundreds of diverse clients in all types of industries. Platte River Networks provides infrastructure design, procurement, implementation, monitoring and management including help desk, projects, security and virtual CIO services.