Be Structured Technology Group Named Top Finalist in LABJ Best P

Be Structured Technology Group Named Top Finalist in LABJ Best Places to Work

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Taking care of our team members is a key driver in our success as well as that of our clients, publishes bestructured.com

Los Angeles, California – July 11, 2019 /MarketersMedia/

One member of the Los Angeles business community recently received significant recognition from the Los Angeles Business Journal. Be Structured Technology Group has been named a Top 100 finalist as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles. This accolade is presented to select companies in the Los Angeles area each year by the long-running news publication. Finalists are chosen based on a number of factors, including workplace policies and practices, demographics, benefits, employee experience and satisfaction.

“We are honored that the Los Angeles Business Journal has selected Be Structured Technology Group as a top 100 finalist in its 100 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles Awards category,” said Chad Lauterbach, CEO of Be Structured. “We believe in making an often-stressful job easier to handle by creating a cool and calm atmosphere for our team members. We feel hiring great people and treating them the best we possibly can is a key driver of success. By extension, it’s a surefire way of ensuring success for our clients.”

Founded in 2007, Be Structured Technology Group is a leading Los Angeles-based managed IT solutions provider. Services offered by the company include network design, setup, upgrades and installation; public, private and hybrid cloud computing and storage; disaster preparedness and recovery; hosting and IT consulting. The company likewise offers a wide range of security solutions, such as on-site and remote access control, dark web scanning, antivirus and malware protection and continual monitoring to name a few.

Being deemed an LABJ Top 100 Places to Work in LA finalist is not the only distinction Be Structured Technology Group has received this year. In June, the company announced placement in the Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings. MSP 501 is considered the IT channel’s largest and most comprehensive ranking of leading managed services providers. The company has also been named the Best Outsourced Managed IT Service Provider in LA.

Concluded Lauterbach, “Our greatest strength is our outstanding staff. We’re committed to providing the best customer service possible and always meeting project goals, deadlines and budgets for our clients. It’s our staff values, respectful collaboration and passion for our work that leads to our belief that we have the best team in the industry, and we’re proud to see their contentment reflected in our latest award.”

About Be Structured Technology Group:

Be Structured Technology Group is a managed services provider headquartered in Los Angeles. Established in 2007, they work with businesses and nonprofit companies, providing IT managed services, strategy and cloud consulting, cybersecurity and system integration.

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Name: Chad Lauterbach
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Organization: Be Structured Technology Group
Address: 500 S. Grand Ave. #1150
Phone: 323-331-9452
Website: https://www.bestructured.com/top-100-finalist-as-one-of-the-100-best-places-to-work-in-los-angeles/

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