Seamless Solutions, Inc
20 years in business7786 Blankenship Dr
Houston, TX 77055-1002
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Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Jon Balter, COO
- Printing Equipment
- Toner Cartridges
- Managed Print Services
- Computer Dealers
- Computer Cable Installation
- Computer Disaster Recovery
- Network Computer
- Office Furniture
Products & ServicesComputers, Copiers, Printers, Networking, Cabling
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): GALVESTON County, TX, HOUSTON County, TX, MONTAGUE County, TX
Alternate Business Names
- Copeco, Inc.
Methods of Payment
- We accept credit cards, PayPal, checks, money orders, cash and bank wires.
Seamless Solutions has been assisting Houston companies like
Memorial Hermann Hospital, Gallery Furniture and Mac Haik Ford for the last 29
years. We help our partners to become
more profitable by helping them improve key areas such as:
Streamlining their Business
Processes, that’s making their operations more efficient, managing their
documents either in hard copy or electronically and helping them manage the
cost of their printer systems.
BCP/DR, that’s Business Continuity Protection and Data Recovery. We
help develop and many times manage their systems and infrastructure so that
mission critical data is always available and secured against the inevitable
such as Natural Disasters, Server failures or even disgruntled employees.
Regulatory compliance, that’s making sure that the information and
documents required by Government regulations are secured and available.
I’d like to schedule a time so we could discuss this more
and see if we can help your company as well.
Would you be available …….
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