The annual Evansville Courier & Press Readers’ Choice Awards have been handed out, and Lieberman Technologies has been awarded the 2012 Gold Award for Best Computer Repair / Services in the Evansville area.
Chosen by the readers of the Courier & Press, the Readers’ Choice Awards are a reflection of how the community views its businesses, and Lieberman Technologies earned the award by attending to our customers as we always have. We focus on our clients by providing accurate and timely service, ranging from software installation and upgrades to hardware troubleshooting and repair. Everything we do is designed to keep our clients’ businesses running smoothly, with minimal disruptions to infrastructure.
LT maintains certifications from major hardware and software manufacturers and provides ongoing education for our employees, so that we may better serve our customers’ technology needs. We keep up with current software trends, offering support for a wide range of applications. Our comprehensive in-house inventory allows us to make repairs to equipment quickly and efficiently.
Businesses chosen for a Reader’s Choice Award can rightly assume that they are doing something right. “It is an honor to be recognized by our customers and the public for the quality of service that we provide. It is something we strive for every day, and our hope is that we continue providing high quality service to the Tri-State area for years to come,” states Stewart Klipsch, Managing Partner at Lieberman Technologies.
By focusing on both hardware and software support, Lieberman Technologies provides our customers with comprehensive coverage for all things IT. Most importantly, our staff focuses on the specific needs of each customer, meeting these needs with exceptional customer service. It is this concentration on serving our customers that helped us to earn this Gold Award.
Jeff Brown, Director of Infrastructure, sums it up best: “Lieberman Technologies’ approach to providing IT services centers around establishing and maintaining relationships, and I think this award is a reflection of that.”