A&D Engineering Selects Selects Pangea Consulting "Hot-Swap Engineer(SM)" Supportland Offering
San Jose, California, October 5, 2000 - Pangea Consulting, an organization specializing in IT Consulting and system administration has been selected by A&D Engineering, Inc (A&D) to provide system administration of their IT infrastructure during 2001.
"I was referred to Pangea Consulting by my brother-in-law who is an officer in the NT Engineering Association," said Gary Rangle, Operations Manager for A&D. "They came highly recommended. We had recently lost our system administrator to the highly competitive Silicon Valley job market. We decided to outsource our IT administration to Pangea Consulting so that we could return our focus to the day-to-day operation of our company. The Hot-swap engineer
program fit our needs perfectly."
"The red-hot job market and the shortage of system administrators are causing small to mid-size businesses to turn to outsourcing to fulfill their needs. The hot-swap engineer program is our most popular Supportland program for companies of A&D's size," according to Michael Tharenos, President and CEO of Pangea Consulting, Inc.
Established in 1977, A&D Company, Ltd. has grown from developing digital-to-analog converters for companies such as Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, to becoming a world class producer of advanced measuring equipment for medicine, science and industry. A&D established itself as a multinational corporation, with offices in the United States, Germany, Japan, Australia, Korea and Great Britain, and as a world leader in measurement equipment. A&D's competitive edge is the direct result of its ability to leverage strong engineering and manufacturing capabilities, while incorporating highly accurate analog and digital technologies into broad product lines focused to provide customers with the greatest value. In 2000, A&D introduced the LifeSource brand of medical products.
Founded in 1990, Pangea Consulting is an organization specializing in IT consulting, support and system administration.