Growth and innovation continue to drive ndtArtemis as a strong community and business partner
Melbourne, FL – The Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast (EDC) recently met to celebrate a milestone, thanking and honoring members who have helped build the Brevard County community over the past two decades. Gathering at Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts at Brevard Community College, EDC members participated in the organization’s annual meeting.
Special recognition went to ndtArtemis, named Innovation Company of the Year. ndtArtemis provides information technology services, network engineering and cloud computing services.
In March, the company broke ground on a $5 million data center, in order to expand its hosting, cloud and managed IT offerings. Just prior, in February, NetDirective Technologies, Inc. and Artemis International Technologies, Inc. announced a merger to form ndtArtemis. The move creates a powerful IT service provider, able to meet the needs of both small to medium sized and enterprise businesses with secure, Managed IT Services.
Also honored at the event was the Harris Corporation, one of Brevard County’s largest employers, as Manufacturer of the Year. Julie Song, project manager for the Florida Manufacturing Extension Partnership, was named as the EDC’s volunteer of the year. And Brevard County Commissioner Robin Fisher was awarded the Gary R. Cunningham Distinguished Service Award.
Marking twenty years of amazing effort, the gathering of several hundred business and community leaders reviewed the past success, present challenges, and future economic goals for the Space Coast.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, ndtArtemis is a multifaceted, end–to–end IT solutions and managed services provider. The company helps clients solve business–critical challenges through proven processes and innovative uses of technology paired with comprehensive support.
Services include IT infrastructure monitoring and support, computer sales, network design and installation, cloud solutions, hosting, co–location, web development, telecommunications, structured cabling, phone systems, and software development. The company serves customers throughout the nation.
For more information, visit www.ndtArtemis.com
About the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast
The Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast is dedicated to attracting new business and investment and expanding existing industry throughout the Space Coast, influencing change on government laws and regulations affecting economic development, promoting the Space Coast to encourage new investment, supporting efforts of Space Coast military installations, and relaying new programs and procedures to assist manufacturing and high tech companies. The EDC is a private, not-for-profit coalition whose stakeholders are business leaders committed to the economic growth and stability of Florida’s Space Coast.
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