Please join us in welcoming Joy Newton-Grubb, sales consultant to our team.
With 20+ years of experience creating space & information storage solutions for the private & public sectors, Joy will focus on federal agencies & law practices. She describes herself as having “a passion for storing and tracking physical assets (RFID) efficiently.”
She can be contacted directly at 202-336-3390,
locally through NOS main office: 301-840-6264 or 800-840-6264.
NOS and the Dize Group are pleased to announce they are joining forces to better serve the Mid-Atlantic marketplace. Both companies specialize in bringing strategic solutions to the table and with this extended reach they will be able to help local businesses to run more effectively and efficiently.
Joe Alvarez of NOS states, “I have known Kim for years and I am excited to finally work alongside her to reach more companies with our storage solutions.”
“Joe Alvarez has been an important supporter of my career and the initiative of the Dize Group. To be able to assist him with his business goals is an honor,” says Kim Dize of Dize Group.
This power partnership of marketing efforts will make 2017 our best year yet and we are delighted to be working together.
Beltsville, MD: Today, NOS, a company that provides storage and information management solutions, announces their commitment to provide the Eaton-Wrightline storage solutions in the Mid- Atlantic and Washington DC marketplace. The length, breadth and quality of the Eaton-Wrightline products that serve many of the needs specific to this area, combined with the strong team at NOS creates a powerhouse of value for the local companies and agencies.
Regarding this commitment, NOS Principal Joe Alvarez stated “We are very excited to be once again fully committed to the Eaton-Wrightline product solutions, the opportunities are nearly limitless for us to help our clients as a result of this partnership. While NOS has offered a portion of these solutions in the past, this new commitment provides greater access and therefore greater service levels to our existing and future client base.”
Eaton-Wrightline Regional Sales Manager, Cathy Adams, commented that “This partnership with NOS Inc. will allow us to reach the exact market we serve best with a powerful partner, we couldn’t be more excited for what 2017 will bring as a result of this commitment.”
The storage and workspace solutions now available through this partnership include data center racking and airflow management systems, technical environment command and control consoles and modular laboratory furniture systems.
About NOS Inc.: NOS is a company specialized in storage solutions for both physical and digital requirements. Since 1976, our team of storage solution professionals has been passionately dedicated to providing our clients with the most affordable and comprehensive storage solutions and document management systems possible. No two storage spaces are alike, and so we customize unique designs for your particular workspace to ensure every productivity challenge you are faced with has an efficient solution.
Had a great time supporting CoreNet as the closest to the Pin Sponsor at today’s tournament. We came in third place at 13 under par…there was some good competition out there today!
This has been a remarkable summer and we enjoyed this event because it pulled together the best and the brightest for an amazing Sunset Sail.
We were delighted to host the IFMA Capital Chapter “Collabor8: Critical Technology Advances in Asset Tracking” seminar!
NOS hosted its first event in their new Beltsville office with IFMA Capital Chapter. Guests heard real world stories from Sgt. Brian Lott of PG County Police Department (PCPD) and Jacqueline Bigelow from the Department of Contracts and Procurement (DCOCP). Our guests discussed their success stories of the implementation and use of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. RFID technology has been making its way into the facility management industry as an alternative to barcoding of asset inventory and how it provides automation for life cycle management, facilities compliance, and reduces the cost of doing business. Sgt. Brian Lott shared how PCPD uses RFID technology to more effectively track evidence through the entire “chain of custody” process within is large evidence warehouse. Jacqueline Bigelow at DCOCP discussed how she uses the technology to not only track contract files, but also aid in their file review and audit process. The “Collabor8” event was able to show different applications of this critical technology and its advances in asset tracking within the industry.