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Competitive Computing 

Published September 24, 2008 at 3:19 p.m.

Competitive Computing is a Vermont-based, women-owned IT solutions company that helps business, government and educational organizations throughout Vermont and the Northeast leverage advancing technologies that drive competitive edge. C2 is a nationally recognized, award-winning firm with a highly skilled and impressively certified team of engineers and consultants. It provides a complementary suite of offerings that includes Unified Communications, Enterprise Infrastructure, Virtualization, Multi-Channel eCommerce, SharePoint Collaboration, eGovernment Solutions, Custom Application Development, and Mission-Critical Support. C2 is a Microsoft Gold Partner and holds top-tier partnerships with other industry leaders including Dell, VMware, EMC, Sitecore and Mediachase, and works with a variety of local and regional organizations, including Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Seventh Generation, Orvis, Crane & Co., the State of Vermont, and St. Michael’s College.

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