Ritter named to 40-under-40 business leaders


BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. (Sept. 12, 2013) – James Caudill-Ritter has been named one of the top 40 under 40 young professionals in Southwest Florida by Gulfshore Business Magazine. Ritter, president and CEO of Pulse Business Solutions, was recognized as being a remarkable young leader due to his expertise in the technology industry and also his dedication to philanthropy. In addition, to his company, Ritter co-founded Coloring the World, an organization that provides low-income school children with art and school supplies and technology in order for them to succeed.

“I was thrilled when I first heard that I’d been chosen as one of the top professionals in Southwest Florida,” stated Ritter. “Not only for myself, but for the exposure it would bring to Coloring the World and to Pulse Business Solutions.”

Through his technology services firm, Ritter provides an estimated 150 businesses ranging from 10 to more than 100 employees with IT services encompassing cost-saving technology solutions and strategies designed to increase productivity, and advisory services for its business partners.

Ritter has also written a white paper on the trending issue of electronic devices in schools.. In Southwest Florida, Pulse Business Solutions (PulseBizSolutions.com) is headquartered in Bonita Springs with satellite offices in Naples and Fort Myers.

More about Pulse Business Solutions
Headquartered in Southwest Florida, Pulse Business Solutions is a managed technology firm owned and managed by James Ritter. For more than seven years, the firm has provided outsource technology for hundreds of clients, large and small. Developed with a “business first” approach, Pulse uses their experience and knowledge to focus on operations and to solve problems quickly.
Most recently, the firm launched PulseCare, managed services and remote access programs, to monitor, identify and resolve many network issues within minutes without coming on site.
For more information: PulseBizSolutions.com