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Our May Newsletter featured clients are Mark Powers, President, and Judy Benjamin, Controller, from Penn-Troy Manufacturing. Their business is located in Troy, PA with a focus on manufacturing valves for waste water treatment and large commercial engines and compressors. We have had the opportunity to partner with them for their IT needs since early 2014 and are excited to celebrate their five year anniversary as a Databranch Comprehensive Care Client this summer!

We were first introduced to the Penn-Troy team when they reached out to us after they were referred to us by another Databranch Featured Client of the Month, Dura-Bilt. Shortly after our initial meetings we began working together and Mark remembers, “I was most impressed when you guys brought in our list of unknown unknowns – things that had real potential to go wrong and we didn’t even know it. I was impressed with how comprehensive the analysis was.”

There is significant distance between the locations of both our offices, but this has never hindered the relationship or level of support. According to the Penn-Troy team, “It’s never been an issue. You guys get here and take care of all of our problems. The remote login sessions your team uses are also very easy to use as well for quick support.”

The biggest benefit they’ve seen to their company since becoming a Comprehensive Care client five years ago, “Peace of Mind. We know that if something fails everything’s backed up, we can call your team, and we get fast response so things are taken care of very quickly.” The main reason Judy likes working with Databranch, “It’s the response to issues and problems from Karyn (Databranch Service Coordinator). If I call and tell her, we have a major issue she gets right on it. It’s amazing how she can prioritize things.” Mark added, “Your team is very proactive. We have our Quarterly Business Reviews and you definitely bring things to our attention before problems happen. Also, everyone is very nice and easy to work with.”

Databranch President, David Prince, describes our relationship as a wonderful partnership and said, “There is real, honest, open communication between our two teams which allows us to work together effectively. Penn-Troy Manufacturing is one of our favorite clients to work with year after year and it is a pleasure to serve a company that values the role technology plays in their daily business operations.”

Final words from Mark and Judy, “It’s like having your IT person here, but not here with access to a full staff instead of just one guy. You fill the role of IT for a smaller company like us very well.”

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