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M&S Technologies relocates to new office

DALLAS, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- M&S Technologies, Inc. recently announced plans to move its US headquarters to 14175 Proton Dr. Farmers Branch, TX, in November 2014. The new office will be approximately 5 miles from its current location and more than double their current space.

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For M&S Technologies, a premier solutions provider and professional services company, the new office space means improved client services, accommodating recent staff growth and a state-of-the-art professional services lab.

M&S Technologies will now occupy more than 14,000 square feet of a one story building located in North Dallas. "The new floor plan will provide greater efficiency in how we serve clients. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will include a professional services lab, a customer "sandbox" and new training facilities," said Sean Stenovitch, President of M&S Technologies.

Construction of the new space is slated to be complete in November. If plans remain on schedule, M&S Technologies will move in mid to late November, at which time M&S' new address will be:  14175 Proton Dr. Farmers Branch, TX 75234

All of M&S Technologies' phone numbers and fax numbers will remain the same.

About M&S
Since 2004, M&S Technologies has enabled clients to manage risk, meet compliance requirements and reduce costs while maximizing security effectiveness and operational efficiency. M&S is committed to information security excellence and has a track record of delivering quality solutions to over 4,000 clients worldwide. We incorporate industry best practices and methodologies to create a framework that is reliable, secure and optimized.
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