“We’re like the managed-service provider for managed-service providers,” she said.
Its success in that area has helped the company go from five employees five years ago to 29 or 30 today, Lynk said.
Most of those employees are from communities in Otsego and Delaware counties, and many of the others attended college locally, Algiere said. Several employees went to the State University College at Oneonta or SUNY Delhi, she said.
The company is also committed to helping local nonprofit organizations. It donates 1 percent of its annual profits to charity, according to its website.