Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
With more than two decades of experience in the IT consulting services business, Midwest-based KiZAN is a proven business solutions integrator and trusted service provider. Its recent success in migrating businesses to the cloud has earned the company recognition as a Cloud Innovator.
Cloud-based services have been the subject of much discussion for businesses of all sizes and specialties. With so much hype and with technology evolving so rapidly, KiZan has been able to excel by thoughtfully guiding business through those discussions.
“A lot of organizations, especially in the small and medium stage, also want a company like KiZAN to guide their organization — what’s the latest, greatest thing to come down in 2015?” said Robert Steele, KiZAN’s co-chair and managing partner. “What’s the next technology that’s going to be like the cloud is now? And, how can those organizations leverage that?”
Not only has the cloud transformed its customers’ businesses, but it has radically transformed the nature of KiZAN’s own business.
“Our cloud business has grown from basically having no cloud practice to being one of our main offerings when we talk to customers about solutions,” said Bill Rieger, KiZAN’s principal go-to-market architect.
Citing a focus on Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft’s cloud-based version of its popular productivity suite, both men say KiZAN specializes in educating clients on the best solutions for their needs, plus, providing them with choices.
That hands-on approach is a successful formula. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, KiZAN has a Cincinnati, Ohio, office, and expansion plans in Indianapolis, Indiana; Nashville, Tennessee; Columbus, Ohio and Detroit, Michigan.
“The goal is to stay in front of the curve,” Steele said. “And, adapt to providing different services that are still adding value for our customers as the infrastructure moves in a different direction.”
Cloud Innovators is a platform that profiles success in cloud-based services. To read the full profile of KiZan at wsj.com, visit http://on.wsj.com/OhrdtT.