Infopulse is a digital software company based in Kyiv, Ukraine with additional offices in Israel, Germany, France, and the U.S. Since 1991, their team of more than 1,000 employees offers custom software development, web development, IT strategy consulting, mobile development and app testing services. They usually work with mid-sized clients in the information technology industry.
Accenture elicits a high level of loyalty among its clients. It boasts that 98 of its top 100 customers have each worked with the company for over a decade. The company’s technology expertise encompasses a broad array of platforms, including Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Salesforce and Workday. It also offers cloud integration expertise and services. Accenture Labs taps the firm’s deep R&D expertise to develop, test and deploy customized tools and solutions for clients. This includes areas such as AI, digital workforce, software engineering, extended reality and cybersecurity.
Worldwide Services offers total IT support and management for a fixed monthly price – it’s that simple. We provide all the benefits of an internal IT department for a fraction of the price. We reduce the business impact of IT failures by minimizing their occurrence, and any unforeseen issues are dealt with as a top priority. All aspects of your network are covered: security, data protection applications, and hardware.
At NexusTek, we have teams of IT consultants willing and ready to work with you at a moment’s notice. Using our deep knowledge of technology as well as our many years of experience, we will analyze your business’s current technology and provide recommendations regarding which tools and applications are best suited to enhance the technological capabilities of your business. Furthermore, we provide a strategy for how you can successfully integrate the latest technology into your business with minimal disruption. Reach out to us today so that we can get started.
At the outset of enterprise computing, information technology services and management was on a break/fix basis, meaning that computer systems were only managed by an expert when they did not work, necessitating a technician to fix it. This technician may also have been the person who built and/or installed the computer system, due to the proliferation of small IT shops that specialized in this small-scale client services at the time.