On April 12, 2012, Networking & Engineering Technologies, Inc. (N.E.T.) opened an office in Savannah. N.E.T. is a successful company headquartered in Woodbridge, Virginia that was established in 1995 to provide networking and computer support for both government and commercial clients. The Savannah Office is located at ThincSavannah, 35 Barnard Street.
N.E.T.’s portfolio of services includes website content management, hardware support, consulting services, call center and helpdesk support, software development and system training. The firm’s list of clients includes the Department of Transportation, Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Navy, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Justice and the Department of Defense.
Although N.E.T. intends to seek government clients from the Savannah office, it also plans to aggressively pursue nongovernmental clients.
Ronal Butler is the President and CEO of N.E.T. He has over twenty years of experience in program management, computer networking, and data telecommunications.
Butler currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra. He is a director of the Northern Virginia Urban League and the Boule Education Foundation of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity. He serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Ira Dorsey Scholarship Endowment Foundation and Sire Archon Elect of Beta Nu Boule of Sigma Pi Phi fraternity, Inc., as well as a Paul Harris Fellow in Rotary International and a director of the Alexandria Rotary Club. Butler was inducted as an Eminent Engineer by Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society. He has been President of the local alumni chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the OLA Education Foundation; Cochair of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Youth at Risk Foundation; and Chairman of the Board for the Capital Hill Computer Corner.
Butler earned his Bachelors degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from the GMI Engineering & Management Institute. He also earned a Masters degree in Engineering Management at Catholic University.
According to Butler, the company plans to bring to the Savannah area the same personal approach to its business that has led to success in the Washington area. This includes building long-term relationships based upon honesty, integrity, and open communications.