Sentry Global Technologies, LLC is a ten-year-old managed technology services provider with offices in north Texas and central Ohio. We support users worldwide, though, and specialize in comprehensive technology design, implementation, consulting and support services for midsize businesses and organizations.
Brad Wohlander, CEO of Sentry Global Technologies, has extensive senior management experience in business-to-business technology solutions, and is an acknowledged leader in the industry. Mr. Wohlander has served as CFO of two high-tech firms and as CEO of three technology services companies, two of which were acquired by much larger entities. Mr. Wohlander founded Sentry in 2009, and has served as CEO since its inception. Mr. Wohlander is a member of the Microsoft Partner Research Council, the Microsoft SMB Champions Circle, and the CRN Channel Intelligence Council, among others. He is a past member of the Board of Trustees and past President of the Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-El in Dallas. He also serves on the Board of several smaller north Texas-based companies, and a number of non-profit organizations.
A number of things distinguish Sentry from the other organizations providing technical support and assistance: • We’ve enjoyed 99.2% client retention over the past nine years • We’ve experienced less than 3% voluntary turnover over the past 21 consecutive quarters • Every Sentry Technical Team member is a Microsoft-certified Engineer • We’re an employee-owned company
Networking, technology, data security, data back-up and recovery
Almost any company with an office and people working on computers is a potential opportunity for us. Many of our clients are law firms, CPA firms, wealth and financial management organizations, not-for-profit entities, manufacturing companies, distribution organizations and construction equipment distribution firms.
Microsoft Partner Research Council Microsoft SMB Champions Circle CRN Channel Intelligence Council Member of the VARBusiness "100 Most influential Figures in Technology," 2017