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Charter and Berbee connect Pharmacy Cooperative

MADISON Charter Business , a division of Charter Communications , announced Tuesday it is continuing to develop its partnership with Berbee Information Networks by adding a ninth fiber-based circuit, connecting Independent Pharmacy Cooperative (IPC) to Berbees data center in Fitchburg. Ra...

EraGen strikes big distribution deal; Berbee buys again

A small Madison biotech firm, EraGen Biosciences, has just forged a worldwide distribution conduit for one of its products. The firm exclusively licensed rights to its test for cystic fibrosis, a genetic lung disease, to pharma giant Bayer Healthcare. Also: Berbee Information Networks Corporation h...

Cisco names Berbee a top partner of 2005

Madison, Wis. Berbee Information Networks Corporation said it has been named Cisco Systems' U.S. IP communications partner of the year for 2005. The award recognizes revenue growth and customer satisfaction related to Berbee's sales and support of Cisco telephony products. Pat Scheckel, vic...

Microsoft rewards Berbee for project management expertise

Madison - Berbee Information Networks Corp. has been recognized by Microsoft Corp. for its capacity to provide project management services. The Madison-based IT solutions provider this month became the first Microsoft Gold partner headquartered in the Midwest to achieve Microsoft's Enterpr...

CDW names VP to handle Berbee merger

Madison, Wis. - CDW Corp. , the Illinois-based technology provider that recently acquired Berbee Information Networks , is elevating a top salesman to handle Berbee's transition into the company. The company has put vice president of sales Steven Schuldt in charge of merging Berbee, a Madis...

CDW buyer supports Berbee growth plans

Vernon Hills, Ill. - CDW Corp . has signed a definitive merger agreement to be acquired for $7.3 billion by the Chicago-based private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners , which has endorsed plans to grow Berbee Information Networks . In a conference call with investors, CDW chief executi...

Microsoft Selects Berbee

MADISON, Wis., April 29 Berbee Information Networks Corporation, a leading Midwest provider of data center, application development, and infrastructure solutions, announced today that it has been selected by Microsoft as a featured speaker for the Midwest Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio .NET ...

Anatomy of a deal: CDW and Berbee

Madison, Wis. - In Wisconsin, there is a growing belief that whenever a state company is acquired by an outside entity, the loss of local ownership inevitably harms the state's economy. But the recent acquisition of Madison's Berbee Information Networks Corp . by Illinois-based CDW Corp . has a...

Doyle announces technology tax credits for Berbee

Madison, Wis . - Gov. Jim Doyle has announced that Berbee Information Networks , which is planning to expand on the Fitchburg Technology Campus, will receive $250,000 in state Technology Zone tax credits. Berbee, founded in 1993, plans to invest in a new 43,250-square-foot office building an...

Berbee launches Ready Recovery

...y provides nearly real-time recovery using high-availability remote system mirroring technology, said Paul Shain, president of Berbee. In addition, berbee offers custom-built products based on best practices gathered from numerous customer implementations. This solution can help organizations reduce comp...

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