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Mar. 29 - Corbak Acquires Local Companies and Expands Services

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

March 29, 2018 - Corbak Office Technology Solutions has acquired two local companies, PGA Outsourcing, a payroll processing/HR services company, and PC Doctors, a technology company with 25 years of experience and expertise in the local market, to expand their depth of services to area businesses.

“Corbak can be a total solution to your back office payroll, billing, technology, and HR services. Corbak handles projects of all sizes for business owners. We want to make it easy for companies to have a single contact of support for all their back office needs,” said Mark Cribbs, president, Corbak.

Corbak Office Technology Solutions allows businesses to focus on their core business and what they know and do best. Whether it’s managing the complex compliance requirements of human resources or maintaining and protecting your information technology, Corbak’s personalized services can support all types of businesses.

Being locally owned and operated, Corbak Technology Solutions practices “client-first” relationship management. Corbak staff and management have over 100 years of experience helping businesses succeed and become more efficient and profitable.

Mark Cribbs, Corbak president, and Pam Cole, Corbak vice president, are looking to continue their diversification of services and growth to help businesses succeed and focus only on their core functions.

Corbak’s office is located at 349 Mall Boulevard, Suite 210, on the corner of Mall Boulevard and Hodgson Memorial Drive.For more information, call 912.525.2400 or visit www.corbak.com.

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