Midas Medici Group Holdings, Inc. provides information technology solutions to medium sized and large commercial enterprises and government institutions in the United States and Brazil. The company’s solutions comprise data center and cloud computing enabling hardware, software and services. The company offers customized solutions for business continuity, back-up and recovery, capacity-on-demand, regulatory compliance and data center best practice methodologies as well as infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS). Services Cloud and Managed Services: The company provides secure data center facilities offering a comprehensive spectrum of co-location and hosting services for its clients' IT infrastructure. The company’s suite of managed services provide a single-source solution for all data center needs and enables its clients to utilize its specialized technical knowledge. It offers a solution that enables software developers and other technology providers to offer access to their software application to end users via the Internet. The company also offers a fully managed desktop infrastructure as a service, often using virtualization technology, enabling customers to outsource ownership and management of their desktop infrastructure. Data Center Services: The company partners with third party data center operators in order to provide co-location space for its clients in both the United States and Brazil. It maintains the customer relationships, provide technical support and maintenance services, and commit to specific service level agreements (SLAs) with its customers. The company also offers additional services and solutions focused on the data center, including disaster recovery and planning, regulatory compliance, operational and energy efficiency, document retention, file archiving and storage, and data loss prevention, and data center consolidations, relocations and migrations. Virtualization: The company provides services focused on assessing the environment, deployment of virtualization technology, setting corporate IT strategy, IT optimization, building and implementing operational best practices, cost management, and providing capacity management solutions. Storage and Archiving Solutions: The company’s Secure Archiving for the Enterprise (SAFE) service enables archiving of any kind of unstructured data to its remote secure, high-availability data center for safe keeping. Business Process Outsourcing: The company offers a suite of business process outsourcing services which enables its customers to outsource select business functions to the company. The company provides an outsourced service desk function, providing end user support for IT related service issues. Its Cimcorp, Inc. (Cimcorp) subsidiary provides a solution to manage all of the communications infrastructure for the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Smart Grid Services: The company provides strategic consulting to the utility industry under its Utilipoint brand. The company provides expert information, independent research, market studies, consulting and analyst services in the areas of customer care, customer information systems (CIS) and customer relationship management. The company has relationships with technology vendors including Avaya, Cisco, Dell, HP, Hitachi, Microsoft, NetApp, Oracle, Quest, Symantec, and VMware. Strategy The company’s strategy is to grow business both organically via new customer acquisitions and cross-selling of existing services, and via acquisitions in key growth areas, focusing on markets, such as data analytics, data security, utility IT, and software solutions. Customers The company serves clients across multiple industry verticals, including financial services, government, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, technology, education, utilities, healthcare and consumer goods. Some of its customers in the U.S. include The International Monetary Fund, Freepoint Commodities, State of North Carolina, Avaya and Schooldude.com. Its customers in Brazil include Cia De Tecno Da Infor Do Est MG-Prodemge, Banc Do Brasil SA, CemigDistribuicao SA, Banco Central Do Brasil, and MG Secretaria De Estado De Fazenda. Competition The company faces competition from: mid-size, specialty consulting firms such as Navigant Consulting, Inc., FTI Consulting, Inc., and ICF International, Inc; government IT services providers, such as Booz Allen, CSC, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, IBM, and SAIC; IT service providers operating in Brazil, including CPM Braxis, Medidata, SondaProcwork, Net Service, Ziva Technologies, IT One, Microcity, Decatron, and System IT; Data center co-location companies, such as Equinix and Rackspace in the U.S., and Alog in Brazil; regional hosting and IT Infrastructure providers, including Hosted Solutions and Peak 10 in North Carolina, C7 in Utah, and ViaWest in Colorado; and business process outsourcing providers including Accenture, ACS, Capgemini, EDS, and IBM.
midas medici group holdings
445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
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