DISYS Recognized as One of the Top Technology Innovators in the U.S.
The leading global IT staffing and consulting firm is named to the 2013 InformationWeek 500 List for its innovative use of technology, business leadership, and continued success
MCLEAN, VA – September 10, 2013—Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC (DISYS), a leading global IT staffing and consulting company, announces today that it has been named to the 2013 InformationWeek 500 List for their continued leadership and success in the business technology industry. This award recognizes the most innovative users of technology across organizations, higher education institutions, and government agencies in the United States. The full list of 2013 winners can be found at www.informationweek.com/500, and the selected organizations will be celebrated at a dinner event tonight, Tuesday, September 10.
This prestigious recognition by award-winning business technology publication, InformationWeek, identifies and honors the country’s leading technology innovators while also tracking the strategies, investments, and administrative practices of the best-known organizations to increase overall thought leadership and knowledge across the business landscape.
“The theme of this year’s InformationWeek 500 is digital business. It’s a movement, rooted in data analytics, mobile computing, social networking and other customer‐ focused technologies that are turning companies and industries on their ear,” said InformationWeek Editor In Chief, Rob Preston. “Every enterprise is now a digital business — or needs to become one fast. The organizations in our ranking are leading the way.”
DISYS has continued to build an established reputation for having a strong pulse on latest trends in the industry and global technology market. Resulting from a recent comprehensive assessment of the company’s infrastructure to identify areas where current systems could be improved, DISYS’ IT team embarked on a company-wide implementation of several internal programs including:
- Global Identity and Access Management Deployment;
- Salesforce Automation and Gamefication; • Integrated Global ERP Deployment;
- Unified Communication & Presence Deployment; and
- VDI and BYOD Pilot Implementations.
These initiatives, as well as the larger approach by the DISYS team to delivering maximum functionality in a streamlined, user-friendly, and secure manner has been a significant step forward in the company’s technical evolution, internal collaboration efforts, and overall innovative approach.
DISYS’ commitment to innovation lead to the creation its R&D arm, DISYS Labs, in 2011, which has developed several proprietary tools and applications to help DISYS’ customers derive additional benefits and value from their current technologies and tools. The DISYS Labs division enables DISYS to expand its position within the market as a key engine of innovation and expertise by designing, developing, and testing application add-ons, plug-ins, and widgets. DISYS Labs has produced two proprietary tools to date: Sirro, a cloud enablement platform that affords customers rapid deployment of cloud application stacks and big data processing capabilities; and REV, a business intelligence accelerator, optimizes the time required to analyze BI objects developed in the SAP BI system landscape. Within the next few months, Labs will release Sirro 2.0, an upgrade to the preexisting platform with improved design and usability. DISYS Labs continues to innovate as the needs of its customers evolve, striving to provide groundbreaking tools to optimize efficiencies across the IT industry.
“We are proud to be named to InformationWeek’s prestigious list alongside the 500 top technology leaders from all areas of the United States,” DISYS’ President and CTO, Maruf Ahmed stated. “It is exciting to be recognized for our successes as an innovator and technical leader, and this echoes our continued commitment to consistently deliver the best in available technology, to our clients as well as our internal teams. We are pleased with our successes so far and look forward to continued growth in the future!”
About Digital Intelligence Systems (DISYS)
DISYS is an ISO 9001:2008-certified IT staffing and consulting company serving Fortune 500 and other global-scale enterprises worldwide. DISYS delivers strategic value by understanding and responding to a client’s environment, problems, and challenges either by assembling the most highly talented team for any job or delivering more comprehensive, cost-effective IT solutions. Incorporated in 1994 as a certified Minority Business Enterprise, DISYS has nearly doubled in revenues over the past three years, and currently ranks as the second-fastest growing company in the staffing industry among companies with revenues exceeding $100 million. DISYS is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices and delivery locations worldwide. To learn more about DISYS, visit www.disys.com.
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