First year busy for merged computer company

It’s been a busy year for Kevin Dryden and Matt Behrens.

It’s been a busy year for Kevin Dryden and Matt Behrens.

In the past 12 months, they merged their two independent companies to form Primetek IT Solutions, they moved to larger, more accessible premises on Fitzgerald Avenue and they hired a new employee, Darren Leary.

Behrens and Dryden combined have more than 20 years in the

computer and IT field and a just over a year ago decided to join forces to create a company that could work with a variety of business types and sizes in the Comox Valley.

They specialize in designing and creating customized computer and IT solutions for businesses and professional offices with superior technology support and systems.

Over the past year they have upgraded servers at the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort and Spa to provide a more robust and reliable core infrastructure.

They recently assisted with the expansion of Uniglobe Alliance Travel to their new Campbell River location.

They are near completion of the transition towards a paperless office for Seacove Medical Clinic in Comox.

They are now looking forward to helping Shamrock Veterinary Clinic make the move towards a paperless system in the new year.

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— Primetek IT Solutions

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