InfoSystems, one of the fastest-growing information technology, communications and software solutions providers in the Southeast, has earned the designation from IBM as a Power Systems Specialty Partner.
“Our investment in the additional training and testing, along with our experience with IBM’s Power Systems servers, allows us to offer high-quality solutions that meet the increasing and evolving demands customers are making on their server environments,” said InfoSystems president and CEO Clay Hales. “This kind of special recognition by IBM is just a testament to the quality team of professionals here at InfoSystems. In the solutions business, the people are a huge part of the product, and our people have continued to demonstrate the dedication, growth and development required to provide exceptional results for our customers.”
IBM’s Power platform allows customers to employ an IT infrastructure where systems are finely tuned to their environment, implemented with native hardware-based virtualization and controlled with cloud technologies. According to InfoSystems Director of Professional Services, Glenn Drawdy, “Business intelligence is one of the fastest-growing categories in IT spending, because it can lead directly to improved quality of service and customer satisfaction. Companies using IBM Power Systems are realizing faster reaction times to insights and analytics.”
The IBM Power Systems Specialty designation is reserved for IBM Business Partners who make a significant investment in skills and in certifications, have acquired and completed client references and have achieved market differentiation by successfully selling and deploying solutions based on IBM Power Systems. InfoSystems’ current status as an IBM System Storage Specialty Elite and IBM System x Specialty Elite partner, along with a proven track record of technical expertise with IBM Power Systems servers, led to this latest achievement in a deeply integrated partnership with IBM.
An award-winning IBM Authorized Premier Business Partner since 2000, InfoSystems has an 18-year partnership with IBM and has grown and diversified into a broad-based IT solutions company withmore than 50 employees.