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Cintas Using SIS Managed IT Solutions

SIS will provide remote monitoring, management and backup services for 145 Cintas locations nationally. Cintas is using the Managed Solution Center (MSC) from SIS for the company’s corporate and rental locations. Cintas needed a partner that had IBM iSeries expertise, could provide 24 x 7 support, and the ability to improve the platform’s availability, said SIS in a statement. 

Cintas is a supplier of corporate identity merchandise and programs, providing entrance and logo mats, restroom supplies, promotional products, first aid, safety, fire protection products and services, and industrial carpet and tile cleaning. The company operates 400 facilities in North America—including six manufacturing plants and eight distribution centers.

SIS is a technology and managed IT solutions provider founded in 1982. The company is headquartered in Lexington, Ky. and has regional offices in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and West Virginia.

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