Connectivity Point Design & Installation has consolidated their existing Rhode Island offices to a new location at 1 Wholesale Way in Cranston. All employees and operations previously working out of the Warwick and Johnston locations are relocating to the larger Cranston location.
The Rhode Island team working out of the new Cranston office includes just under 30 employees including, Account Executives, Technicians, Project Managers, Estimators, Schedulers and Sales Coordinators. Connectivity Point has done work for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island, the University of Rhode Island, Lifespan, AAA New England, The Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport, and many municipalities including, the City of Warwick, Warren, and Barrington.
Connectivity Point President and Founder, Doug Watt, is excited about the move. “Because of our continued growth in RI it became a necessity to expand our warehouse, office and technology benching areas. Relocating to Cranston also provided us with an opportunity to get our security group and our infrastructure team under one roof providing a more efficient use of our technical resources.”
In 2018, when Connectivity Point was looking to expand further into New England, Rhode Island was at the top of the list. The state’s licensing program that requires technicians pass a licensing test before they can work in the industry aligned with the company mission to offer the highest standard in connecting people and businesses.
When the opportunity to acquire Computer Telephone, Inc. (CTI) came up, Connectivity Point owner, Doug Watt, jumped at the chance. Having worked for many years with CTI and Tom Towhill, Doug knew their reputation for great work. Adding professionals like Tom and Linda Gordon made the decision easy. Tom and Linda have since retired, but Connectivity Point continues their legacy of building relationships and delivering quality workmanship.
In late 2020, Connectivity Point welcomed security provider DaneTech, and founder Torben Bernfeld, to the team. The DaneTech acquisition helped grow the company’s security footprint in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. After working for Security companies from Denmark to the U.S., Torben started DaneTech in 2004. The success of his company made him a great partner for Connectivity Point, years before officially joining the team in 2020. Torben retired in 2021.
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