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nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/black-box-network-services Sep 18th, 2021 12:00AM Open Black Box Network Services Telecommunications There's no mystery behind how Black Box does business. The company distributes and supports voice and data networking infrastructure. Products include modems, routers, switches, and testing equipment, as well as cabinets, cables, and training materials. Black Box primarily distributes and services third-party equipment, some of which carries its brand, but it also manufactures some products. Most of the company's sales come from its on-site services such as design, installation, technical support, and maintenance. Black Box sells to corporations, schools, and government agencies primarily in North America and Europe. Key industries served include business services, manufacturing, banking, retail, and health care. About 60% of the company's sales are made to large organizations with sales over $1 billion, which includes companies and federal government entities, but Black Box also markets to small and mid-sized businesses. Its product partners include such providers as Cisco Systems, NEC, Polycom, and ShoreTel. Black Box crested the $1 billion mark with its sales in 2007. Since that time, the company's revenues have hovered in that vicinity; its sales in 2012 were nearly $1.1 billion. Historicallly a profitable enterprise, Black Box recorded a fiscal loss in 2012 due in part to an uptick in operating costs, particularly a goodwill impairment loss for the year. Revenue rose 7% for the company's data infrastructure services unit on strong demand from the business services, financial services, retail, and manufacturing markets in North America. Meanwhile, sales from voice communications services fell slightly due to delayed funding for some of Black Box's government clients; and sales of technology products rose 5% on healthy demand in North America and Europe. The company's strategy for growth includes the pursuit of cross-selling marketing opportunities, the expansion of its product line, and the extension of its customer base and global technical support organization mainly through acquisitions. Black Box took its first plunge into the in-building wireless market with the 2012 purchase of Texas-based, privately held InnerWireless, a provider of a distributed antenna system called Horizon4G. In 2011 the company bought PS Technologies, an Ohio-based distributor of videoconferencing systems by TANDBERG and Polycom. In 2010 it bought another Ohio company, Logos Communications Systems, to boost its presence in the region and strengthen its partnership with Cisco. Logos specialized in implementing and servicing unified communications, wireless networking, routing and switching, and security systems from Cisco for clients in the commercial, education, and local government sectors. Black Box has nearly 200 offices in about 150 countries. RRv1_1B_5B 3.20 56.0 59.0 64.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 53.0 60.0 50.0 59.0 60.0 70.0 85.0 322.00 322.00 3.10 3.10 2.60 2.90 3.40 29.00 About a week 30.00 MEDIUM 31.00 AVERAGE Sep 18th, 2021 01:15PM Sep 18th, 2021 01:15PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/agc-networks-inc. Sep 18th, 2021 12:00AM Open AGC Networks Inc. Telecommunications At AGC Networks, we know we succeed only when our customers do. We believe the true measure of the success of our business is enabling our customers to be successful in their businesses. It is this belief that has driven AGC Networks to make our customers our first priority. For over a quarter century, our goal has remained the same: To increase our customers' business productivity and efficiency through the creative design, bullet-proof implementation, and unparalleled support of innovative technology. This guiding principle has propelled AGC Networks to become a leading global information and communication technology solutions provider with extensive experience in unified communications, network infrastructure, data center, virtualization, security services, and enterprise applications. Since our inception, we have installed over 1 million unified communication ports, 500k data ports, and 100k video endpoints worldwide. We rely on this vast experience, delivered to customers from virtually every conceivable vertical, to enable us to design the perfect solution to meet our customers' specific needs. At AGC Networks, we aspire to provide not only the technology necessary to meet current needs, we also design and deploy next generation technology in order to guarantee you are prepared to meet the ever changing needs of your customers. AGC Networks has joined with over 75 technology partners around the globe ensuring our customers have access to the most innovative technology on the market. We believe a true testament to our commitment to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge technology is our Customer Experience Center. Located at our US headquarters in Irving, TX, we invested nearly $3 million in this Experience Center allowing our customers to see and experience the real world application of new and established business productivity technologies. RRv1_1B_5B 3.80 77.00 77.00 3.60 3.30 3.40 3.40 3.70 Sep 18th, 2021 01:15PM Sep 18th, 2021 01:15PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/black-box-network-services Sep 16th, 2021 12:00AM Open Black Box Network Services Telecommunications There's no mystery behind how Black Box does business. The company distributes and supports voice and data networking infrastructure. Products include modems, routers, switches, and testing equipment, as well as cabinets, cables, and training materials. Black Box primarily distributes and services third-party equipment, some of which carries its brand, but it also manufactures some products. Most of the company's sales come from its on-site services such as design, installation, technical support, and maintenance. Black Box sells to corporations, schools, and government agencies primarily in North America and Europe. Key industries served include business services, manufacturing, banking, retail, and health care. About 60% of the company's sales are made to large organizations with sales over $1 billion, which includes companies and federal government entities, but Black Box also markets to small and mid-sized businesses. Its product partners include such providers as Cisco Systems, NEC, Polycom, and ShoreTel. Black Box crested the $1 billion mark with its sales in 2007. Since that time, the company's revenues have hovered in that vicinity; its sales in 2012 were nearly $1.1 billion. Historicallly a profitable enterprise, Black Box recorded a fiscal loss in 2012 due in part to an uptick in operating costs, particularly a goodwill impairment loss for the year. Revenue rose 7% for the company's data infrastructure services unit on strong demand from the business services, financial services, retail, and manufacturing markets in North America. Meanwhile, sales from voice communications services fell slightly due to delayed funding for some of Black Box's government clients; and sales of technology products rose 5% on healthy demand in North America and Europe. The company's strategy for growth includes the pursuit of cross-selling marketing opportunities, the expansion of its product line, and the extension of its customer base and global technical support organization mainly through acquisitions. Black Box took its first plunge into the in-building wireless market with the 2012 purchase of Texas-based, privately held InnerWireless, a provider of a distributed antenna system called Horizon4G. In 2011 the company bought PS Technologies, an Ohio-based distributor of videoconferencing systems by TANDBERG and Polycom. In 2010 it bought another Ohio company, Logos Communications Systems, to boost its presence in the region and strengthen its partnership with Cisco. Logos specialized in implementing and servicing unified communications, wireless networking, routing and switching, and security systems from Cisco for clients in the commercial, education, and local government sectors. Black Box has nearly 200 offices in about 150 countries. RRv1_1B_5B 3.20 56.0 59.0 64.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 53.0 60.0 50.0 59.0 55.0 60.0 70.0 85.0 322.00 322.00 3.10 3.10 2.60 2.90 3.40 29.00 About a week 30.00 MEDIUM 31.00 AVERAGE Sep 16th, 2021 12:47PM Sep 16th, 2021 12:47PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/agc-networks-inc. Sep 16th, 2021 12:00AM Open AGC Networks Inc. Telecommunications At AGC Networks, we know we succeed only when our customers do. We believe the true measure of the success of our business is enabling our customers to be successful in their businesses. It is this belief that has driven AGC Networks to make our customers our first priority. For over a quarter century, our goal has remained the same: To increase our customers' business productivity and efficiency through the creative design, bullet-proof implementation, and unparalleled support of innovative technology. This guiding principle has propelled AGC Networks to become a leading global information and communication technology solutions provider with extensive experience in unified communications, network infrastructure, data center, virtualization, security services, and enterprise applications. Since our inception, we have installed over 1 million unified communication ports, 500k data ports, and 100k video endpoints worldwide. We rely on this vast experience, delivered to customers from virtually every conceivable vertical, to enable us to design the perfect solution to meet our customers' specific needs. At AGC Networks, we aspire to provide not only the technology necessary to meet current needs, we also design and deploy next generation technology in order to guarantee you are prepared to meet the ever changing needs of your customers. AGC Networks has joined with over 75 technology partners around the globe ensuring our customers have access to the most innovative technology on the market. We believe a true testament to our commitment to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge technology is our Customer Experience Center. Located at our US headquarters in Irving, TX, we invested nearly $3 million in this Experience Center allowing our customers to see and experience the real world application of new and established business productivity technologies. RRv1_1B_5B 3.80 77.00 77.00 3.60 3.30 3.40 3.40 3.70 Sep 16th, 2021 12:47PM Sep 16th, 2021 12:47PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/agc-networks-inc. Sep 15th, 2021 12:00AM Open AGC Networks Inc. Telecommunications At AGC Networks, we know we succeed only when our customers do. We believe the true measure of the success of our business is enabling our customers to be successful in their businesses. It is this belief that has driven AGC Networks to make our customers our first priority. For over a quarter century, our goal has remained the same: To increase our customers' business productivity and efficiency through the creative design, bullet-proof implementation, and unparalleled support of innovative technology. This guiding principle has propelled AGC Networks to become a leading global information and communication technology solutions provider with extensive experience in unified communications, network infrastructure, data center, virtualization, security services, and enterprise applications. Since our inception, we have installed over 1 million unified communication ports, 500k data ports, and 100k video endpoints worldwide. We rely on this vast experience, delivered to customers from virtually every conceivable vertical, to enable us to design the perfect solution to meet our customers' specific needs. At AGC Networks, we aspire to provide not only the technology necessary to meet current needs, we also design and deploy next generation technology in order to guarantee you are prepared to meet the ever changing needs of your customers. AGC Networks has joined with over 75 technology partners around the globe ensuring our customers have access to the most innovative technology on the market. We believe a true testament to our commitment to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge technology is our Customer Experience Center. Located at our US headquarters in Irving, TX, we invested nearly $3 million in this Experience Center allowing our customers to see and experience the real world application of new and established business productivity technologies. RRv1_1B_5B 3.80 77.00 77.00 3.60 3.30 3.40 3.40 3.70 Sep 15th, 2021 12:23PM Sep 15th, 2021 12:23PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/black-box-network-services Sep 15th, 2021 12:00AM Open Black Box Network Services Telecommunications There's no mystery behind how Black Box does business. The company distributes and supports voice and data networking infrastructure. Products include modems, routers, switches, and testing equipment, as well as cabinets, cables, and training materials. Black Box primarily distributes and services third-party equipment, some of which carries its brand, but it also manufactures some products. Most of the company's sales come from its on-site services such as design, installation, technical support, and maintenance. Black Box sells to corporations, schools, and government agencies primarily in North America and Europe. Key industries served include business services, manufacturing, banking, retail, and health care. About 60% of the company's sales are made to large organizations with sales over $1 billion, which includes companies and federal government entities, but Black Box also markets to small and mid-sized businesses. Its product partners include such providers as Cisco Systems, NEC, Polycom, and ShoreTel. Black Box crested the $1 billion mark with its sales in 2007. Since that time, the company's revenues have hovered in that vicinity; its sales in 2012 were nearly $1.1 billion. Historicallly a profitable enterprise, Black Box recorded a fiscal loss in 2012 due in part to an uptick in operating costs, particularly a goodwill impairment loss for the year. Revenue rose 7% for the company's data infrastructure services unit on strong demand from the business services, financial services, retail, and manufacturing markets in North America. Meanwhile, sales from voice communications services fell slightly due to delayed funding for some of Black Box's government clients; and sales of technology products rose 5% on healthy demand in North America and Europe. The company's strategy for growth includes the pursuit of cross-selling marketing opportunities, the expansion of its product line, and the extension of its customer base and global technical support organization mainly through acquisitions. Black Box took its first plunge into the in-building wireless market with the 2012 purchase of Texas-based, privately held InnerWireless, a provider of a distributed antenna system called Horizon4G. In 2011 the company bought PS Technologies, an Ohio-based distributor of videoconferencing systems by TANDBERG and Polycom. In 2010 it bought another Ohio company, Logos Communications Systems, to boost its presence in the region and strengthen its partnership with Cisco. Logos specialized in implementing and servicing unified communications, wireless networking, routing and switching, and security systems from Cisco for clients in the commercial, education, and local government sectors. Black Box has nearly 200 offices in about 150 countries. RRv1_1B_5B 3.20 56.0 59.0 64.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 53.0 60.0 50.0 59.0 55.0 60.0 70.0 85.0 322.00 322.00 3.10 3.10 2.60 2.90 3.40 29.00 About a week 30.00 MEDIUM 31.00 AVERAGE Sep 15th, 2021 12:23PM Sep 15th, 2021 12:23PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/black-box-network-services Sep 14th, 2021 12:00AM Open Black Box Network Services Telecommunications There's no mystery behind how Black Box does business. The company distributes and supports voice and data networking infrastructure. Products include modems, routers, switches, and testing equipment, as well as cabinets, cables, and training materials. Black Box primarily distributes and services third-party equipment, some of which carries its brand, but it also manufactures some products. Most of the company's sales come from its on-site services such as design, installation, technical support, and maintenance. Black Box sells to corporations, schools, and government agencies primarily in North America and Europe. Key industries served include business services, manufacturing, banking, retail, and health care. About 60% of the company's sales are made to large organizations with sales over $1 billion, which includes companies and federal government entities, but Black Box also markets to small and mid-sized businesses. Its product partners include such providers as Cisco Systems, NEC, Polycom, and ShoreTel. Black Box crested the $1 billion mark with its sales in 2007. Since that time, the company's revenues have hovered in that vicinity; its sales in 2012 were nearly $1.1 billion. Historicallly a profitable enterprise, Black Box recorded a fiscal loss in 2012 due in part to an uptick in operating costs, particularly a goodwill impairment loss for the year. Revenue rose 7% for the company's data infrastructure services unit on strong demand from the business services, financial services, retail, and manufacturing markets in North America. Meanwhile, sales from voice communications services fell slightly due to delayed funding for some of Black Box's government clients; and sales of technology products rose 5% on healthy demand in North America and Europe. The company's strategy for growth includes the pursuit of cross-selling marketing opportunities, the expansion of its product line, and the extension of its customer base and global technical support organization mainly through acquisitions. Black Box took its first plunge into the in-building wireless market with the 2012 purchase of Texas-based, privately held InnerWireless, a provider of a distributed antenna system called Horizon4G. In 2011 the company bought PS Technologies, an Ohio-based distributor of videoconferencing systems by TANDBERG and Polycom. In 2010 it bought another Ohio company, Logos Communications Systems, to boost its presence in the region and strengthen its partnership with Cisco. Logos specialized in implementing and servicing unified communications, wireless networking, routing and switching, and security systems from Cisco for clients in the commercial, education, and local government sectors. Black Box has nearly 200 offices in about 150 countries. RRv1_1B_5B 3.20 56.0 59.0 64.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 53.0 60.0 50.0 59.0 55.0 60.0 70.0 85.0 322.00 322.00 3.10 3.10 2.60 2.90 3.40 29.00 About a week 30.00 MEDIUM 31.00 AVERAGE Sep 14th, 2021 12:49PM Sep 14th, 2021 12:49PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/agc-networks-inc. Sep 14th, 2021 12:00AM Open AGC Networks Inc. Telecommunications At AGC Networks, we know we succeed only when our customers do. We believe the true measure of the success of our business is enabling our customers to be successful in their businesses. It is this belief that has driven AGC Networks to make our customers our first priority. For over a quarter century, our goal has remained the same: To increase our customers' business productivity and efficiency through the creative design, bullet-proof implementation, and unparalleled support of innovative technology. This guiding principle has propelled AGC Networks to become a leading global information and communication technology solutions provider with extensive experience in unified communications, network infrastructure, data center, virtualization, security services, and enterprise applications. Since our inception, we have installed over 1 million unified communication ports, 500k data ports, and 100k video endpoints worldwide. We rely on this vast experience, delivered to customers from virtually every conceivable vertical, to enable us to design the perfect solution to meet our customers' specific needs. At AGC Networks, we aspire to provide not only the technology necessary to meet current needs, we also design and deploy next generation technology in order to guarantee you are prepared to meet the ever changing needs of your customers. AGC Networks has joined with over 75 technology partners around the globe ensuring our customers have access to the most innovative technology on the market. We believe a true testament to our commitment to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge technology is our Customer Experience Center. Located at our US headquarters in Irving, TX, we invested nearly $3 million in this Experience Center allowing our customers to see and experience the real world application of new and established business productivity technologies. RRv1_1B_5B 3.80 77.00 77.00 3.60 3.30 3.40 3.40 3.70 Sep 14th, 2021 12:49PM Sep 14th, 2021 12:49PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/agc-networks-inc. Sep 12th, 2021 12:00AM Open AGC Networks Inc. Telecommunications At AGC Networks, we know we succeed only when our customers do. We believe the true measure of the success of our business is enabling our customers to be successful in their businesses. It is this belief that has driven AGC Networks to make our customers our first priority. For over a quarter century, our goal has remained the same: To increase our customers' business productivity and efficiency through the creative design, bullet-proof implementation, and unparalleled support of innovative technology. This guiding principle has propelled AGC Networks to become a leading global information and communication technology solutions provider with extensive experience in unified communications, network infrastructure, data center, virtualization, security services, and enterprise applications. Since our inception, we have installed over 1 million unified communication ports, 500k data ports, and 100k video endpoints worldwide. We rely on this vast experience, delivered to customers from virtually every conceivable vertical, to enable us to design the perfect solution to meet our customers' specific needs. At AGC Networks, we aspire to provide not only the technology necessary to meet current needs, we also design and deploy next generation technology in order to guarantee you are prepared to meet the ever changing needs of your customers. AGC Networks has joined with over 75 technology partners around the globe ensuring our customers have access to the most innovative technology on the market. We believe a true testament to our commitment to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge technology is our Customer Experience Center. Located at our US headquarters in Irving, TX, we invested nearly $3 million in this Experience Center allowing our customers to see and experience the real world application of new and established business productivity technologies. RRv1_1B_5B 3.80 77.00 77.00 3.60 3.30 3.40 3.40 3.70 Sep 12th, 2021 12:41PM Sep 12th, 2021 12:41PM
nse:agcnet https://www.indeed.com/cmp/black-box-network-services Sep 12th, 2021 12:00AM Open Black Box Network Services Telecommunications There's no mystery behind how Black Box does business. The company distributes and supports voice and data networking infrastructure. Products include modems, routers, switches, and testing equipment, as well as cabinets, cables, and training materials. Black Box primarily distributes and services third-party equipment, some of which carries its brand, but it also manufactures some products. Most of the company's sales come from its on-site services such as design, installation, technical support, and maintenance. Black Box sells to corporations, schools, and government agencies primarily in North America and Europe. Key industries served include business services, manufacturing, banking, retail, and health care. About 60% of the company's sales are made to large organizations with sales over $1 billion, which includes companies and federal government entities, but Black Box also markets to small and mid-sized businesses. Its product partners include such providers as Cisco Systems, NEC, Polycom, and ShoreTel. Black Box crested the $1 billion mark with its sales in 2007. Since that time, the company's revenues have hovered in that vicinity; its sales in 2012 were nearly $1.1 billion. Historicallly a profitable enterprise, Black Box recorded a fiscal loss in 2012 due in part to an uptick in operating costs, particularly a goodwill impairment loss for the year. Revenue rose 7% for the company's data infrastructure services unit on strong demand from the business services, financial services, retail, and manufacturing markets in North America. Meanwhile, sales from voice communications services fell slightly due to delayed funding for some of Black Box's government clients; and sales of technology products rose 5% on healthy demand in North America and Europe. The company's strategy for growth includes the pursuit of cross-selling marketing opportunities, the expansion of its product line, and the extension of its customer base and global technical support organization mainly through acquisitions. Black Box took its first plunge into the in-building wireless market with the 2012 purchase of Texas-based, privately held InnerWireless, a provider of a distributed antenna system called Horizon4G. In 2011 the company bought PS Technologies, an Ohio-based distributor of videoconferencing systems by TANDBERG and Polycom. In 2010 it bought another Ohio company, Logos Communications Systems, to boost its presence in the region and strengthen its partnership with Cisco. Logos specialized in implementing and servicing unified communications, wireless networking, routing and switching, and security systems from Cisco for clients in the commercial, education, and local government sectors. Black Box has nearly 200 offices in about 150 countries. RRv1_1B_5B 3.20 56.0 59.0 64.0 65.0 60.0 55.0 53.0 60.0 50.0 59.0 55.0 60.0 70.0 85.0 322.00 322.00 3.10 3.10 2.60 2.90 3.40 29.00 About a week 30.00 MEDIUM 31.00 AVERAGE Sep 12th, 2021 12:41PM Sep 12th, 2021 12:41PM

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