Paragon Development Systems, Inc.: PDS Technology Center Unveiling in Madison

Contact: Gareth Harwood
Paragon Development Systems, Inc.
262-569-5300
[email protected]

Leading Wisconsin IT provider to hold news conference, open house Monday, August 29 for expanded cutting-edge service desk, tech demo and testing facility at former Heroes Fitness Center

Paragon Development Systems (PDS) will hold a news conference and open house on Monday, August 29 for the official opening of its re-located Technology Center in the former Heroes Athletic Club building at Highways 51 and 30. Events will start at 10 am, with a brief news conference at 10:30 am. The full schedule is as follows:

10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Meet and Greet
10:30 – 10:45 a.m. Short Presentation of PDS – news conference
10:45 – 11:15 a.m. Tour of facility
11:15 – 11:45 One-on-ones, Q&A

The building, which has been nationally recognized for its architecturally striking design, sat unused for more than a year after the health club closed without warning. PDS acquired the building earlier this year and has since made a substantial investment to convert the space into a state-of-the-art IT facility. PDS currently employs 74 in Madison, with room to double the size of its local workforce. The PDS client list includes the Mayo Clinic, Marshfield Clinic, Alliant Energy, Dean Health Systems, the State of Wisconsin, and the UW System.

About PDS

For 19 years, PDS has been a provider of high-value IT services and solutions to medium and large sized organizations. As a technology services company, PDS architects, supplies, implements and manages clients’ IT infrastructure. PDS supports its clients with a series of targeted, tested solutions that improve ROI, increases end-user satisfaction, mitigate risk and lower costs.

Headquartered in Oconomowoc with offices in Brookfield and Madison, PDS services clients nationwide in four primary markets: healthcare; government/higher-education; corporate; and professional services. PDS clients include the Wisconsin and U.S. Governments, the Marshfield Clinic, and the Mayo Clinic, among many others.

With 19 years of consecutive annual revenue growth and annual sales exceeding $85 million for 2004, PDS continues to successfully evolve as a leading technology services company throughout the upper central Midwest.

In addition to being a major Enterprise Tier product reseller, PDS manufactures its own PDS-branded PCs in an ISO 9001:2000-certified 28,000 square foot configuration center. PDS holds over 200 certifications in assembly, installation and support of computer systems and services and was assessed and approved by National Quality Assurance, U.S.A., an accredited ISO 9000 auditor.