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    SHI International has become an authorized reseller of the Google Apps suite of communication and collaboration tools. (Pictured: SHI's president and CEO, Thai Lee.)
    SHI International has become an authorized reseller of the Google Apps suite of communication and collaboration tools. (Pictured: SHI's president and CEO, Thai Lee.) - (AARON HOUSTON)

    Somerset-based SHI International Corp., a provider of information technology products, announced Wednesday it has become an authorized reseller of the Google Apps suite of communication and collaboration tools.

    According to the announcement, SHI will now provide Google Apps for Business, Google Geospatial Solutions, and Google Search Appliances to its business, government and academic customers.

    Businesses procuring Google Apps through SHI will gain focused support and detailed attention to their specific needs.

    The Google Apps tools will add to SHI’s already diverse cloud portfolio, which accounted for more than $300 million of the $5 billion overall revenue in 2013.

    "For a quarter century, SHI's expansion has been driven by our ability to efficiently connect IT organizations with the technology solutions that help meet their strategic objectives," said Thai Lee, President and CEO of SHI International Corp.

    Lee was named to the 2014 NJBIZ Power 100 list.

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    SHI added more than 400 new employees at offices throughout America and Europe in 2013, expanding its workforce to 2,500 employees, the largest in its history.

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    Emily Bader is the copy and web editor at NJBIZ. She is a Brielle, N.J. native and a Rutgers University alum. You can contact her at emilyb@njbiz.com or @emilybader on Twitter.

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