Speridian Technologies acquires MVP Consulting
We are pleased to announce the merger of MVP Consulting with Speridian Technologies
MVP Consulting (MVP) is an IT Services and Consulting firm based in Albany, NY. Established in 2002, MVP has been a premier service provider to a variety of New York State and City Agencies, Large System Integrators and other public sector organizations. MVP has successfully supported the modernization and support of mission critical systems by providing thousands of skilled IT resources to their business partners and clients.
TheMVP team has a solid reputation for quality and results, and an impressive track record of delivering sustainable business value and growth through services:
- Full Life Cycle Application Development, Management, Maintenance and Support
- IT Infrastructure Management and Support
- Value Added Reseller in Data Analytical Software Solutions
“The merger with MVP will complement our growth strategy with operational synergies. New York is a strategic region for Speridian and together with MVP we will strengthen our public sector solutions portfolio, working to help modernize government agencies to meet the demands of the new normal,” said Ali Hasan, CEO, Speridian Technologies.
MVP will continue to be run by Stephen Miller, their current President, who stated that, “the cultural synergies of our two firms were immediately apparent and we have hit the ground running. Speridian’s deep IT portfolio will allow MVP to greatly enhance the value we can bring to our clients and fuel our future growth. We are excited to deliver on this promise while maintaining our collective focus on quality and client satisfaction”.
MVP Consulting has an impressive roster of NY State Clients and is a strategic partner for major modernization and transformational projects such as the NYS Integrated Eligibility System, the NYS Department of Labor Unemployment Insurance project and the Port Authority of NY/NJ’s enterprise level, managed service project.
Other key clients include; NYS Office of Informational Technology Service, Office of Children and Family Services, Temporary and Disability Assistance, Department of Motor Vehicles, NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority, the State of North Carolina, State of South Carolina, State of Florida and private sector industry partners such as NYSTEC, SAS Institute, Unisys, IBM and TATA Consulting Services.