MSP Voice Episode 24 – Dental Hygiene With Daniel De Steno

Guest: Daniel De Steno

Company: Nova Computer Solutions

Daniel started his MSP practice in 2000 after his employer wanted him to move to Korea for 2 years without his family. Since his wife worked at a dental practice he started looking into it and made the decision that he’d give it a try. 18 years later and his business is going strong. He’s even created a dental office design center where dentists can get an idea of what technology solutions they want for their practice.

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