Haselkorn, Inc.

New England’s IT Experts

Technology is essential for the growth and success of your organization in an increasingly fast-paced, constantly connected world. Unfortunately, maintenance and updates can make your IT infrastructure feel more like a burden than an asset. That’s where Haselkorn, Inc. comes to the rescue—we specialize in small-to-medium business IT support services, healthcare IT and business cloud solutions. We take care of your technology needs so you can focus on running your business.

Your IT Solutions Partner

Since 2004 Haselkorn has provided healthcare IT and business IT support services and cloud in and around West Springfield, MA. We strive to provide our clients with enterprise-level services and solutions at prices that work for SMBs.
Time and experience have helped us develop workflow procedures designed to move your technology focus to the back burner—we monitor, upgrade and protect your systems so that you can devote your attention to operational tasks.

When you partner with Haselkorn, you experience:

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Less Downtime

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Faster resolutions that improve productivity

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Fewer Day-to-Day Issues

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Proactive, preventative maintenance to keep you up and running

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Flat-Rate Monthly Services

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Fair prices that enable you to maximize your technology budget

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Infrastructure Protection

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Secure your network and devices from potential threats

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Business Continuity

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Backup and disaster recovery plans to insure your future

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