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Your IT Support Company Since 1992
At HUB Tech, our team is your team. We work alongside you, ensuring you have the technology to support your business and your staff. We take pride in helping businesses transform with the right tools while cutting costs and maintaining a competitive edge.
We understand cost is a deciding factor in everyday decision-making, especially for enterprises, businesses, state agencies, municipalities and school districts.
Our Mission Statement
- To take full ownership for all that we do
- To protect those who trust in us
- To make lifelong clients from every customer contact
Our People Set Us Apart
The HUB Tech team is led by a highly skilled leadership team. Our team of highly certified and trained engineers and technicians work in an environment where education and expertise are paramount.
Joe Lovetere serves as President and CEO of HUB Tech and is responsible for overall operations. Joe has shaped and developed HUB Tech’s strategic direction and has helped the company achieve 20+ years of consistent annual growth. Joe has over 35 years of experience in enterprise computing services having served Compaq/Digital for 18 of those years as a Distributed Account Manager and Support Engineer. While at Compaq, Joe received numerous awards for his achievements in customer satisfaction and sales growth. Prior to joining HUB Tech in 2001 he served as Sales Support Manager for a computer reseller and is an accomplished real estate developer. Joe has been committed to community service and has served in Planning Board positions and currently serves as Chairman of Board of the local Workforce training board which is committed to job training for those who are underserved. His leisure time is spent with family and working on collector cars.
Paul Shiff serves as Vice President of Sales. With 40+ successful years of business acumen under his belt, he brings an entrepreneurial spirit as well as the experience necessary to bring together a focused sales team. His prior experience in the retail and merchandising industry as the owner and partner of a number of companies allows him to understand business trends and optimize opportunities. He has been with HUB Tech since 2003 and has been an instrumental part of the company’s growth and vision. He is a father of three grown children and now 5 grandchildren as well. He believes this to be one of his greatest achievements.
Vice President of Engineering
Dan Lovetere has been with HUB Tech since 2003 having started as a Service Technician. Through a long term, on-site assignment at a Boston Career Center, Dan grew into a database analyst, developing reports to measure performance and ensure compliance with state and federal requirements. In 2010, Dan became a Citrix Administrator, supporting a multitude of Virtualized Server, Application, and Desktop environments. He attained his CCIA Citrix Integration Architecture Certification in 2012 and played a key role in developing and defining HUB Tech’s application and desktop virtualization practice. He also served as a lead Project manager and Presales specialist. Dan also played a key role in internal process improvement as DBA applying analytics for better business outcomes. In 2017, Dan was promoted to Service Delivery Manager and now oversees a team of Solution Architects, Network and Server Support engineers, and Project execution teams. Dan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and is an accomplished filmmaker having written, produced and directed music videos, documentaries and feature films in his spare time.
Our State Contracts
We are the IT support company and Massachusetts-state-approved contractors for:
• ITS78 for data, cybersecurity and related audit, compliance and incident response services
• ITC73 for hardware and services
• ITT72 for network services and related equipment
• OFF50 for audio, video, multimedia presentation equipment, supplies and services based in South Easton, Massachusetts
20 years ago, the attitude of managing information systems was “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” This approach no longer applies.