WHO WE ARE

Advanced Network & Computer Services (ANCS) is an information technology consulting and outsourcing firm with a focus on small and medium business IT management. From Help Desk support to Corporate IT Security solutions, we are here to serve you as your Evansville based IT experts.

 

We started with one person and now have over 20 full time employees providing services to a very broad demographic of Government, Healthcare and Business & Commercial businesses across the Evansville Tri-State area. Our success is earned through an all-star workforce, a lot of hard work and diligence, responsiveness to client needs, and a commitment to integrity in all business practices.

 

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BLOG & NEWS

Stay up to date on news from Advanced!  Written by our staff, you'll find project updates, product reviews, industry news and everything tech related.

IT SERVICES

Advanced Network & Computer Services has a full arsenal of the most advanced talents, technologies and technicians.  Our staff's cumulative collection of degrees, credentials and certifications is our promise to you that we will treat your company as our own.  We can handle any task and project, from small business to enterprise.

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CONTACT

 

 

255 S Garvin St., Ste. A

Evansville, IN 47713

 

1.812.602.6600

 

info@advncs.com

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Advanced Network & Computer Services, Inc., Computers  Networks, Evansville, IN
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Advanced Network & Computer Services, Inc., Computers  Networks, Evansville, IN
Workers at ANCS building
Advanced worker filming news reporter
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Advanced Network & Computer Services, Inc., Computers  Networks, Evansville, IN

255 S Garvin St., Ste. A, Evansville, IN 47713

1.812.602.6600  |  info@advncs.com

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