NeverLand Reiterates its Pledge to Help N.Y. Firms
Alexandria, VA (January 7, 2002) - When NeverLand joined Computerworld’s Volunteer IT database in September, it joined more than 2,500 IT professionals who offered their time, expertise, equipment or space to help the businesses in and around the World Trade Center get back on their feet.
Patrick Mills, CEO said, “Computerworld rallied the IT legions, and should be commended for their efforts. NeverLand still feels a sense of urgency to assist those affected by the tragedy, and now perhaps by today’s economic landscape. We continue to offer a hand of support.”
Computerworld Inc. is an information services company targeting IT professionals via multiple channels, including print, online and events. The company is headquartered in Framingham, Mass. and its online magazine is located at Computerworld.com.
NeverLand Software & Systems, a privately held company based in Alexandria, Virginia and with offices in San Francisco, CA, is an Information Technology services business. Founded in 1994, we offer a large range of services to industry. We offer systems integration services and website, database and application development services to clients nationwide.
More information about NeverLand can be found online at http://www.nvrlnd.com.