22nd Century Technologies Inc

22nd Century Technologies Inc

22nd Century Technologies, Inc. is a leading technology services firm that focuses on working with Federal and Commercial industries.

Company Overview

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, 22nd Century Technologies, Inc. is a CMMI Level 3 and ISO 9001 certified company with 24x7x365 proactive monitoring providing managed IT Services and Solutions. This includes Managed Security, Mobile Device Management, Remote Help-desk Support, Project Management, Network Management & Operations Center to Federal DOD, Civilian and State agencies in all 50 states. 22nd Century Technologies has a primary objective to establish themselves as their clients' proven trusted partner by taking a proactive approach and understanding their requirements, providing them relevant industry experience in support of their mission objectives, and giving them an edge in today’s highly competitive market place. Their proactive staffing approach involves introducing the right people at the appropriate stage in the process along with competitive rate pricing analysis supported by current market trends.

About 22nd Century Technologies Inc

HQ Location
Somerset, NJ
Founded
1997
Ownership
private

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