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Automated Data Systems, Inc. is your Information Technology Provider for Moving IT Further.

  • Have you been looking for a more experienced technology provider?
  • A provider that has already been there and done that?
  • A provider that is locally based and operated?

Keep reading... Automated Data Systems constantly evaluates emerging and cutting-edge technologies as a means for building the most compelling and effective solutions for our clients. Our services not only help organizations become more productive in less time, but also work to control operating costs, while providing clients with expert consulting, procurement, implementation, integration, and trouble-shooting.

Each project we undertake begins with a thorough assessment of your goals relative to your organization's special needs. Based on these findings, a custom-tailored design plan and road map for implementation are developed, establishing realistic time frames and cost estimates. Throughout the process our dedicated team works hand-in-hand with you, reporting project status on a continual basis, so you're always informed with respect to the progress of your project.

Some of our clients include

  • Michigan City Area Schools
  • Penn Harris Madison School Corp
  • LaPorte County Government
  • IU Health
  • LaPorte County Sheriff
  • Crown Point Schools
  • Michigan City Police Department
  • Porter County Government

Specializing in the following technologies

      

    

Together we have the solutions.

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