IntelliDyne unveils new solutions, new employees

With an eye on federal agency tight budgets and key IT needs, IntelliDyne LLC, a government advisory consulting firm, has launched a branded platform of new strategic IT solutions developed to align more fully with government CIOs' agendas.

The new solutions include information assurance/cyber security, cloud computing, application development and mobile computing, analytics, business process management, data center consolidation, enterprise collaboration and enterprise infrastructure management.

The strategic rebranding efforts are the outcome of a year-long strategic management undertaking by IntelliDyne's leadership to foster continued company growth and broaden its offerings, said CEO Stephen Alfieris in the Feb. 27 announcement.

Alfieris joined IntelliDyne in 2008 from EMC Corp.

The Falls Church, Va., company also bolstered its executive management team by hiring Tony Crescenzo as COO and Bill Solms as vice president of sales and business development.

IntelliDyne’s new website,, includes thought leadership white papers, case studies, as well as an expansion of its solutions sets.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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