Eric Marcus, CEO of Marcus Networking.

Marcus Networking, Left Brain Techs merge

Marcus Networking Inc. (MNI) announced a merger with Left Brain Techs in Woodland Hills, Calif. Marcus Networking will begin servicing Left Brain Tech clients in Southern California immediately.

MNI will provide on-going monthly telecomm and technology services to Left Brain Tech clients. They will provide a pro-active approach to managed services. Left Brain Tech worked with approximately 35 clients in Southern California, ranging from 5 to 120 employees.

“We’re excited to about the merger and opportunity to enter new lines of business,” said Eric Marcus. “This expands our presence in Southern California. We plan to keep their team in place and clients can expect outstanding customer service. Our help desk is available 24/7 to troubleshoot and solve problems for clients.”

By combining resources, clients will now have access to a seasoned team of IT professionals that can offer customized and comprehensive technology solutions specific to their unique business. MNI can also help with telecommunications, phone systems, cabling, and the network infrastructure also known as the “backbone” of any business.

“I searched for a while for a company that had the same high integrity as I do,” said Jon Davis, Left Brain Tech. “To be a great IT company was not enough, I felt strong about merging with a company that was conscious, organized and progressive. The culture Eric has created at MNI is a perfect fit, I know my clients will feel right at home.”

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Michael Gossie

About Michael Gossie

Michael Gossie is a competitive marathon runner, Ironman triathlete and award-winning journalist who has earned more than 50 awards for writing, editing and design. He studied economics at Elmira College in Elmira, N.Y., and put his entrepreneurial spirit to work in 2007, using a 200-year-old family recipe to launch an Italian sauce company. He is most proud of being the founding president of the Steuben Arc Foundation in Upstate New York, which serves individuals with developmental disabilities, including his sister.