With the singular objective of catalyzing success for our clients, our service offerings and expertise have evolved dynamically in response to our clients’ needs.
We encompass traditional information technology areas such as strategy, corporate finance, M&A and unique offerings such as technology transfer and innovation advisory. We stand out in the information technology landscape with our synergistic combination of holistic service offerings driven by truly integrated teams and aversion to expertise in silos.
We specialize in a number of areas, including cloud migrations, infrastructure and network design, Office 365 strategy, data backup, disaster recovery, business continuity, and security, data analytics, business Intelligence and reporting. We also specialize in IT budgeting and planning as well as IT project services.
We look for foreign professionals who possess the technical expertise when the company is unable to identify qualified U.S. workers.
We offer a wide range of customized, high-quality, research-based talent consulting services. We are uniquely well positioned to help address your talent needs by leveraging our relationships and service capabilities.
Our services include:
Hardware and software procurement: We help you choose the best hardware and software solutions to meet your business needs and budget.
Network design and implementation: We design and implement secure and efficient networks that enable your team to collaborate and communicate seamlessly.
Cloud computing: We help you transition to cloud-based solutions that offer greater flexibility, scalability, and cost savings.
Cybersecurity: We provide comprehensive cybersecurity solutions to protect your business from cyber threats and data breaches.
Backup and disaster recovery: We ensure your data is backed up and recoverable in case of a disaster, minimizing downtime and data loss.
IT consulting: We provide expert advice and guidance to help you make informed decisions about your IT infrastructure and investments.
We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer service and support to our clients. Our team is responsive, reliable, and dedicated to ensuring your IT systems run smoothly and efficiently.
We are committed to helping our clients leverage technology to gain a competitive edge, improve their operations, and achieve their business goals.
Systems Administrator: Managing an organization's computer systems, including servers, networks, and hardware. Ensure that these systems are secure, efficient, and available for users.
Network Administrator: Managing an organization's network infrastructure which includes configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting network devices such as routers, switches, and firewalls to ensure a stable and secure network.
Database Administrator (DBA): Charge of managing and maintaining an organization's databases, including handling tasks like database design, performance tuning, security, and data backup and recovery.
Software Developer: Design development and test software applications, work in various programming languages and frameworks to create web applications, mobile apps, desktop software, and more.
Cybersecurity Analyst: Cybersecurity protects an organization's digital assets from cyber threats and attacks, including monitoring for security incidents, implementing security measures, and developing security policies and procedures.
IT Support Specialist: Provide technical assistance to end-users and employees within an organization, including troubleshooting and resolving hardware and software issues, setting up new equipment, and providing training and support.
Cloud Engineer/Architect: Cloud engineers and architects design, implement, and manage cloud-based infrastructure and services, and work with cloud providers like AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud to optimize resources and ensure scalability and security.
Business Analyst: Bridge the gap between IT and business stakeholders including analyzing business processes, gathering requirements, and helping design IT solutions that align with the organization's goals and needs.
Data Analyst/Scientist: Work with data to extract valuable insights including analyzing data, creating reports, and developing predictive models to aid in decision-making.
Project Manager: Oversee IT projects from initiation to completion including plan, coordinating resources, managing budgets, and ensuring that projects are delivered on time and within scope.
IT Consultant: Provide expert advice to organizations on technology-related matters, including help with strategic planning, system assessments, and technology implementations.
Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer: Focus on ensuring the quality and reliability of software applications such as creating and executing test plans, reporting defects, and working with development teams to improve software quality.
DevOps Engineer: Bridge the gap between development and operations teams, such as automating and streamlining the software development and deployment processes to achieve faster and more reliable releases.
AI/ML Engineer: Specializes in designing and implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms and models for various applications.
Business Intelligence Analyst: Gathering and analyzing data to identify trends, patterns, and opportunities for improvement like creating reports, dashboards, and data visualizations to present their findings to business stakeholders.
Data Analyst: Collecting and analyzing data to provide insights into business operations. Working with various data sources and tools to clean, transform, and organize data for reporting purposes.
Business Intelligence Developer: Designing and building data models, ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) processes, and reporting solutions. Working with BI tools like Tableau, Power BI, or QlikView.
Report Developer: Creating reports and dashboards that present data in a clear and meaningful way. Use of reporting tools and SQL to retrieve and format data.
Data Engineer: Design and construction of data pipelines and data warehouses. Ensuring that data is collected, stored, and made accessible for analysis and reporting purposes.
BI Manager: Lead a team of BI professionals and are responsible for setting the BI strategy, managing projects, and ensuring that BI solutions align with business goals.
Data Visualization Specialist: Creating visually appealing and informative data visualizations. Using tools like Power BI Tableau, D3.js, or other charting libraries to convey insights effectively.
Data Scientist: Go beyond traditional BI by using advanced statistical and machine learning techniques to uncover deeper insights from data. Developing predictive models and often working with large and complex datasets.
Dashboard Designer: Creating interactive and user-friendly dashboards that allow users to explore data and customize their views.
BI Consultant: Working with organizations to assess their BI needs, implement BI solutions, and guide best practices.
BI Architect: Designing the overall structure and architecture of BI systems within an organization. They make decisions about data storage, integration, and scalability.
Data Quality Analyst: Data quality analysts ensure that data used for reporting and analysis is accurate and reliable. Developing and implementing data quality standards and processes.
Performance Analyst: Monitor and analyze the performance of BI and reporting systems. Identifying bottlenecks, optimizing queries, and ensuring that reports are delivered promptly.
Metadata Analyst: Managing the metadata associated with data assets, making it easier to search, catalog, and understand data elements, which is essential for effective BI.
BI Trainer/Instructor: Training and support to users and stakeholders to ensure they can effectively use BI tools and understand the reports and dashboards.