CXtec has been awarded a group purchasing agreement for Third-Party Maintenance, Secondary Hardware and Services with Premier. Effective MAY 13, 2019, the new agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier for Third-Party Maintenance, Secondary Hardware and Services.
CXtec and TERACAI President and CEO Peter Belyea was quoted in this article on syracuse.com:
Resolution for 2019: Count your blessings to be in CNY (Part 2)
CXtec and TERACAI President and CEO Peter Belyea talks with NewsMakers host Dan Cummings about CXtec and its 40th anniversary.
CABLExpress, a division of CXtec Inc., has launched a new and enhanced website, www.cablexpress.com. The new site is designed with enriched content to better feature the data center cabling solutions that are available for IT professionals who value higher quality and affordability.
Gartner, the world's leading research and advisory company, has referenced Atlantix Global, a division of CXtec, in its Market Guide for IT Asset Disposition (ITAD). The guide is written by Gartner Research Director Rob Schafer and Principal Research Analyst Christopher Dixon and was published on July 26, 2018.
CI&M recognizes CXtec and CABLExpress launch 'pink cable ninja' promo for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
CXtec® is teaming up with its cabling division, CABLExpress® for its second annual pink campaign throughout the month of October. In addition to pink troops, this year’s campaign features and a new, special edition, pink cable ninja. The campaign is conducted in support of the American Cancer Society's National Breast Cancer Awareness effort.
CABLExpress, a division of CXtec, announces its MultiPath™ System has received Gold award status by a panel of industry judges from Cabling Installation and Maintenance at the 2018 Innovators Awards program at the BICSI Fall Conference in San Antonio.
CXtec has named Michael Featherstone to the position of business development specialist.
CXtec announces the promotions of Matt Condon, Brian Kelly, John LaValle, Mike Nardella, Mike Van Riper, and Deb Walter to territory manager positions.
CXtec, North America’s largest secondary market hardware provider, is ranked No. 2597 on this year’s prominent Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Companies that made the list, on average, have grown sixfold since 2014. CXtec has experienced an incredible three-year growth rate of 164%.
CXtec, North America’s largest secondary market hardware provider, is ranked 24th in the 2018 CRN Fast Growth 150 listing, released on August 6th. See our video.
CXtec announces the promotions of Michael Button, Patti Dwyer-VanFossen, Charlie Lewis and Alan Truex to director of sales positions.
What started out as a home business 40 years ago has grown into North America’s largest secondary market hardware provider today!
CXtec, North America’s largest secondary market hardware provider, made a historic jump to the 112th position in The Channel Company’s 2018 Solution Provider 500 list. CRN magazine develops the annual ranking, determined by revenue, of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America.
Peter Belyea, President & CEO of CXtec and TERACAI was recently featured in the weekly "CNY Conversation," conducted by Stan Linhorst. It features Q&A interviews about leadership, success, and innovation. The conversations are condensed and edited.
CXtec and TERACAI will be out in force when the 36th J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge is held on Wednesday, June 6, in the Village of Liverpool. It will be the 19th time that the company has chosen to participate in this celebration of workplace fitness and camaraderie.
Peter Belyea, President and CEO of CXtec, will give a short, dynamic talk on maximizing value throughout the life cycle of IT investments. the company’s new life cycle management program on Wednesday, May 2nd in the Business Hall of the ITX Theater at 1:20 p.m.
Greg Duda is the Director of CXtec's Technology and Certification Center on Ainsley Drive in Syracuse. Duda tells NewsChannel 9 report Jeff Kulikowsky, "A lot of the feedback we got from them was that our old packaging was heavier and bulkier. So we worked with our suppliers and try to get something that was more smaller and easier for them to handle and we got it."