Resolve Partners with ITC2
June 17, 2020
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Resolve Systems announced its partnership with Information Technology Consulting Company (ITC2).

Both companies have extensive experience assisting large enterprises and communication service providers with navigating digital transformation, as well as successfully evolving and modernizing network and IT operations with best-practice processes and world-class technologies.

As the global pandemic puts digital transformation efforts on fast forward and infrastructure continues to expand exponentially, organizations are accelerating adoption of IT automation and AIOps. Resolve’s solutions will complement ITC2’s robust service offerings to advance these initiatives and enable organizations to address today’s unique IT challenges, improve infrastructure resiliency and business continuity, reduce costs, and maximize efficiency.

“Resolve’s platform of automation and AIOps perfectly complements our core services,” said Michael Fisher, President, ITC2. “With a strong industry reputation and shared goals, we are confident that our clients will benefit from our unique partnership as they connect to the world while streamlining tech-integrated business practices. In providing Resolve’s innovative platform as a solution, we’ll take care of the technology, so our clients can focus on their customers.”

Purpose-built to manage rapid infrastructure growth and technical complexity in dynamic, hybrid IT environments, Resolve’s automation and AIOps platform fuels agile, autonomous IT operations. The Resolve platform was recently recognized with a Big Innovation Award for its ability to radically streamline network and IT operations while reducing mean time to resolution (MTTR), accelerating service delivery, and improving network and application performance.

“We are thrilled to welcome ITC2 to the Resolve Partner Program. We were immediately impressed with their deep experience successfully delivering digital transformation projects to large enterprises, as well as the impressive outcomes of their engagements,” said Vijay Kurkal, CEO, Resolve Systems. “ITC2’s service offerings are a perfect complement to our automation and AIOps products, which fundamentally transform the way organizations approach IT, helping them accelerate digitization efforts, so they can survive and thrive in the current environment.”

Resolve recently expanded its global partner program to bring robust automation and AIOps to new markets and create new partner service offerings. The program combines best-in-class services with Resolve’s technologies to ensure customer success and the fastest time to value.

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