Sarah.coish got their new logo design by running a design contest:
New Logo for ERP Software Reseller & Managed IT Services Company
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Atlantic DataSystems (ADS) is a Sage Software partner and provides enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to small to midsized businesses. After a recent acquisition, the company also provides managed IT services to small to midsized businesses - acting like the IT department for those companies.
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This company is called Atlantic DataSystems but most customers refer to as ADS. If there was a way to build or reflect both in the logo, this would be ideal. This company has been around for nearly 30 years, and is going through a complete re-brand. Our current logo can be found at www.atlanticdatasystems.com and we don't like anything about this or the colors used (some use of green is fine, but not the current green). We will be undergoing a complete site redesign as well since acquiring another business. Customers (mainly small to midsized business owners) value the company for its experience and highly qualified team of resources, but as we expand our services and our presence with new offices, we need a logo that will reflect that. We want something totally new and fresh.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at $299.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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