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Posted: 5/23/2008 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]
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NEWTON CENTER, Mass.--SilverSword, LLC of Newton Center, Massachusetts has always implemented green business practices within the company. But now they are expanding those initiatives to their clients and customers. Computer equipment recycling is a new product offering that even though is in its infancy, is very popular among their client base. Clients also consult with SilverSword regarding how their company can carry out environmentally conscious IT and business practices such as purchasing energy efficient hardware, going paperless, and electronic invoicing and bill pay to name a few. “Businesses should not always be about making large profits. It’s our responsibility as corporate citizens to give back to the communities in which we operate and positively impact our local and global environment. Customers, in our case small to mid sized businesses, are holding their vendors and partners to higher standards and expecting them to be responsible corporate citizens. This includes charitable and philanthropic practices as well as environmental consciousness. SilverSword is committed to doing its part to positively impact the community in which it operates and minimize its environmental impact. We offer discounts to non-profits, donate time, money and goods to charitable organizations as well as make a conscious effort to reduce, reuse and recycle. Expanding that to our clients seems like the next logical step”, says Lisa Jones, Marketing Manager for SilverSword. About SilverSword: SilverSword is a full service IT consulting firm specializing in IT solutions and maintenance for small and mid-sized businesses. SilverSword's passion is to provide personalized and outstanding customer service. A Microsoft® Certified Gold Partner, SilverSword develops customized IT evaluation, design, implementation, purchasing and maintenance plans.
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