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Clear Concepts wins national awards

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Glenn Kemp (left), director, Technical Services and Phil Proctor, managing partner of Clear Concepts.

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Winnipeg information technology managed services provider, Clear Concepts Inc., was named Solution Provider of the Year by IT World Canada’s CDN (Computer Dealer News) Channel Elite Awards.

At an awards ceremony in Toronto on Wednesday evening, Clear Concepts also won the gold medal for Best Small Business Solution.

These national awards recognize IT solution providers for their innovation, leadership, and commitment to creating value for their clients.

Phil Proctor, managing partner of Clear Concepts, said, "These prestigious awards reinforce our principles and motivate us to continue to excel in the services we offer to our valued clients. We are continually streamlining services and logistics to accommodate our clients in the most efficient way possible, wherever they may be."

Clear Concepts offers a wide array of IT services and support for all types of businesses, effectively becoming the IT departments for many of its clients.

The company was particularly recognized for this award this year for its work with remote clients, in particular management of a unique community electronic medical records (cEMR) system for First Nations.

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