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Since 1992, Kraft Technology Group has been providing outstanding I.T. service to Middle Tennessee businesses. Kraft Technology Group is part of the KraftCPAs’ family of companies. KraftCPAs has been operating since the late 50’s and is a pillar of the Nashville area economy.
Over the years, the leadership of KraftCPAs has been very entrepreneurial in bringing businesses into existence to fill gaps that were apparent within the region’s market.
Kraft Technology Group has made it our personal mission to help organizations across Nashville and Middle Tennessee embrace this approach to keep up with the evolution of digital innovation, consumer expectations, sophisticated threats, and of course, ever-changing laws and regulations that can be downright frustrating to stay ahead of it.
To put it simply, our team knows information technology inside and out. After all, we’ve been around since 1992 - providing top-notch computer services, network support, and cybersecurity to organizations throughout Nashville. We have a rich background in public accounting and professional services principles, alongside extensive experience in a range of industries, which makes us the perfect choice for businesses looking for true technology expertise.
Let’s face it: Staying competitive in this day and age depends upon your ability to invest in technology that automates your processes - from finance to customer service and everything in between. We know how to automate processes, manage environments, and secure sensitive information and we do it well.
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