In this post, we look at how Congruity360 manages to establish themselves as a new company in the enterprise IT landscape by leveraging an impressive legacy of managed service offerings.
These Congruity360 posts are part of Gestalt IT's Tech Talk series. These posts are sponsored content, written for Congruity360 by Gestalt IT writers. To learn more about Congruity360, please visit Congruity360.com
Congruity360 takes reusing legacy infrastructure very serious, building their new Fall River, MA data center from a historical cotton mill in the city. The granite structure provided an ideal place to build their state of the art facility. We were treated to a tour of the facility at its grand opening, and spoke to the mayor of Fall River, Jasiel Correia II, about what it means to the city.
In our first post, I gave an overview of Congruity360’s corporate history and portfolio. The company has an impressive suite of managed services for organizations to leverage, providing vital business needs with a minimum of IT hassle. At Storage Field Day last week, the company zeroed in on one particular offering, one that’s increasingly relevant to modern enterprises: data migration.
At Commvault GO 2017, Stephen Foskett sat down with Congruity360 COO Mark Shirman. They discuss how the company’s engineering talent allows them differentiate in their emerging services around infrastructure business. This builds on their legacy storage reseller business, but has expanded to providing services across the data center. This is all provided by their brand new 200,000 sq ft data center located in Fall River, MA.
If the name Congruity360 isn’t immediately familiar, don’t worry, you haven’t fallen out of the IT loop. The company was established in 2017 after a merger with Congruity and KNJ. Congruity itself was only established in 2016 after a prior merger between Rockland IT and MSDI. All this adds up to a company with a long legacy in data management, but without a lot of name recognition.