BusinesSuites: 2009 U.S. Dell/NFIB Small Business Excellence Award Winner

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BusinesSuites: 2009 U.S. Dell/NFIB Small Business Excellence Award Winner

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Over the past several weeks you’ve read about the U.S. finalists from the Dell/NFIB Small Business Excellence Award and how each company uniquely uses technology in their business.

From a record-breaking 3,000 applicants for this year’s award, BusinesSuites was selected as the U.S. national winner for its entrepreneurial approach to using technology to better serve its customers. Based in Austin, Texas, BusinesSuites provides executive suites and virtual office services in 15 locations nationwide.

BusinesSuites’ strong focus on hands-on customer service, backed by innovative use of technology, really set them apart from the other applicants and finalists.

As the winner, BusinesSuites will receive $25,000 in Dell products and services, a lifetime membership to NFIB, valued at $15,000, and a day of best-practice sharing with Dell experts, including time with Chairman and CEO Michael Dell.

To hear about how BusinesSuites uses technology to serve its clients, check out the video below featuring John Jordan, President of BusinesSuites.

For more on the award program and the other winners from around the world, check out http://www.dellhero.com

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