Press Release: Kelser Corporation moves to more open, collaborative office in Glastonbury, Connecticut

Kelser van at new Glastonbury location
April 29, 2017 -

GLASTONBURY, CONN. – As of this week, technology consulting firm Kelser Corporation has relocated their central office from East Hartford, Conn. to Glastonbury, Conn. The company is now located at 43 Western Blvd, Suite 150 Glastonbury, CT 06033.

Kelser designed their new space to be a fluid environment that facilitates communication and collaboration. “We wanted our space to mirror the approach we bring to our clients,” says COO and CTO Jonathan Stone. “We create efficient systems that allow our clients to focus on what they do. That’s what this new space does for us.”

The company was founded in East Hartford in 1981. “East Hartford has been a great community for us to grow our business and thrive,” says CEO and President Barry Kelly, an East Hartford native. “We’re very grateful to East Hartford, and fortunate to have found a space that is so perfectly suited to what we envision for our next chapter in Glastonbury.”

From their new location, Kelser will continue to offer managed IT services such as cybersecurity, disaster recovery, networking, and wireless, as well as customized IT for companies in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

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