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By: Adam Stahl on August 17th, 2010

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Kelser Corporation Sheds DBA New Technology Systems

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Hartford, CT - Kelser Corporation (DBA New Technology Systems NTS), a leading provider of technology products and services to the insurance and financial markets, announced on Friday the completion of an internal transfer of ownership by the company’s Vice President and 25 year partner Barry Kelly. The buyout comes on the heels of former President Bruce Kelly’s retirement from the role. Mr. (Bruce) Kelly will remain active at Kelser for advisory and special project roles.

According to a recent statement, the organization intends to remove the DBA brand name NTS (New Technology Systems) in an effort to focus on brand name growth and consistency for current customers whom are already familiar with the Kelser name. In addition, it was stated that changes to staff, management, or operations impacting current business would not take place.

For many, NTS has served as a hallmark of quality and reliability with a rich 25 year history marking the Connecticut based provider as one of the most stable and consistent organizations within the industry. According to Mr. (Barry) Kelly, “although the change will come with some significant branding changes to accommodate future growth; for most of our customers the impact is minimal as our staff and operations will remain unchanged. Our focus is and always has been customer service before all else.”

Tom Sharp, Kelser Vice President of Sales and Marketing, recently stated, “The core of our organization remains fundamentally unchanged and in fact, most of our existing customers are already familiar with the Kelser name from previous activities. The decision to absorb the NTS brand upon Barry’s (Kelly) role announcement just made sense when considering the future plans of the organization.”

Although specifics of future plans were not released, a Kelser spokesperson indicated that the company’s core business offerings, partnerships, and overall commitment to excellence would continue unchanged. Kelser’s primary partnerships include strong ties with Hewlett Packard (NYSE: HPQ), Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO), and software giant VMware (NYSE: VMW). Business consulting firm HSG Global Services was also recruited to aid in the transition and to manage logistics for the overall marketing strategy and operations incorporation with microspective.net, who designed and developed the new brand and website.

For additional information, please visit kelsercorp.com or contact via Kelser press at press@kelsercorp.com.

About Kelser Corporation

From robust computing platforms to innovative storage and converged networks, Kelser brings solutions which enhance performance, productivity, stability and security. With an eye towards future growth, our team works with our clients to ensure the greatest overall return on their investment dollars.

The ability to bring resources together to solve a problem or improve a process is a key to success. Kelser has long been the gateway for clients to access the information and providers necessary to resolve complex challenges and facilitate efficiencies.

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