Spring Valley, Peru companies merge
|Gail and Jim Kisellus, founders of Frontier Communications, discuss the merger of their company with TROY Simplified Technologies (TST) of Spring Valley with Troy Resetich, owner of TST and Chris DeArcos, TST's director of operations. (BCR photo/Lyle Ganther)|
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SPRING VALLEY — TROY Simplified Technologies of Spring Valley and Future Communications of Peru have recently merged.
“This merger allows the combined company to be one of the product and resource diverse system solution providers in the region,” said Troy Resetich, owner of TROY Simplified Technologies.
“By adding Future Communication’s 35 years of experience in communication systems to our capabilities, we are certain we can offer customers of both companies the best service and systems available at competitive prices,” said Chris DeArcos, TST director of operations, who has 15 years of industrial project management experience,
“The staff of TST are very thankful Mr. (Jim) and Mrs. (Gail) Kisellus, founders of Future Communications, agreed to serve as consultants while Future Communications is transitioned into the TROY Simplified Technologies’ family,” added Resetich. “It is a tremendous honor that Mr. and Mrs. Kisellus felt our company was the right choice to continue the 35-year history of Future Communications.”
The offices of the two merge companies will be located at 11 Wolfer Drive in Spring Valley in the Rich Building constructed in 1986 by Resetich’s great-uncle, Anthony Rich, and currently owned by Kim Resetich, Troy’s cousin.
“Our expanded company offers a diverse line of technology-based systems including two-way radio systems, video surveillance, computer network service and support, enterprise digital phone systems, and presentation/public address system design and installation,” said Resetich.
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