Service Industry Association Launches New Website

New site provides easy access to information about association and how to get involved 

SAN DIEGO, CA. September 29, 2015 – The Service Industry Association (SIA), a global organization of companies who support the high technology service supply chain, announced today the launch of its new website. Created to provide easily accessible information about the association, its history, and its mission, the site also offers various ways for both new and existing members to get involved and the associated benefits.

“A global organization requires a global website,” stated Jerry Edinger, EVP & Secretary Treasurer for the SIA and Chairman and President/CEO CSDP. “Over the last two years, our association, and the interest in the association, has expanded worldwide. It’s important for us to effectively represent and communicate the organization so that members and prospective members can find out what we’re doing and why it’s important to them and the high technology industry: it is instrumental in supporting our mission.”

Through thought leadership, access to best practices and research, advocacy, annual and regional meetings, and partnerships, the SIA gives members the information and access to peers, partners, and competitors to set business strategy and develop relationships that support personal and professional growth objectives. Members can get involved as individuals, sponsors, and on committees to help themselves, their organizations, and the high technology industry grow. Find out how at

About the SIA

The mission of SIA to enhance the high technology industry by promoting an open environment of interdependence and co-operation between manufacturers, independent servicers and users by providing value-adding solutions for customers. The SIA was founded in 1985 as the leading trade association for companies engaged in the repair of electronic hardware and in support of the high tech service industry. Today, members include companies from the Americas, Europe, and APAC that support the high technology service supply chain. The supported high technology products and environments supported include data centers, laptops, point of sale (POS) technologies, printers, networking technologies, servers, and storage devices. Throughout its history, the SIA has been instrumental in fighting for the rights of high technology end users and supports all owners’ rights groups for open and competitive service. Learn more about the SIA at

Upcoming SIA events include:

Claudia J. Betzner, Exec. Dir.
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