FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 14th, 2015
BALTIMORE, MD – Alliance InfoSystems, LLC has been recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal as one of Baltimore’s Largest Network System Integrators. Alliance InfoSystems was ranked #8, based on 2014 revenues for companies in the Baltimore area.
Alliance InfoSystems has been a Maryland company since 2004, achieving minority-owned, fastest growing and largest IT consulting status in recent years. Alliance’s client list includes hundreds of commercial organizations and state and local governments.
According to Swadesh Guchhait, Alliance President, “Alliance was recognized by the BBJ many times throughout the years. Earlier this year, we made the list of Largest Minority-Owned Businesses. This year, we are particularly pleased to be recognized as one of Maryland’s Largest Network Systems Integrators.”
For the past few years, Swadesh (Swat) Guchhait has been building and refining Alliance’s Managed Hosting and Managed Services programs, along with defining operational procedures. Mr. Guchhait has a B.S. in Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland and began his career as a field engineer, working his way up to Manager of Network Services and IT Consulting Services before being named to a directorship. As President of AIS, Swat strategically leads the company in pursuing opportunities to develop business and deliver superior technology-based business solutions and plays a critical role in defining Alliance’s future.
Guchhait added, “We are pursuing larger opportunities, and have made significant investments in our ability to compete and deliver. We expect to continue realizing some of our more strategic investments in late 2015.”
About Alliance InfoSystems –
Alliance InfoSystems (AIS) is an IT systems integrator and managed solutions provider headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland that provides a broad range of managed IT and professional services to commercial, educational, non-profit and government clients. Founded in 2004, AIS is a certified Federal Section 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). AIS President, Swadesh (Swat) Guchhait, was previously the Director of Mid Atlantic Offices for a hardware and solutions contractor, which was acquired by a larger company. Mr. Guchhait management and technical solutions were so admired by his clients that they encouraged him to start his own firm (AIS) to continue providing solutions and servicing these clients. In 2014 Alliance celebrated its ten year anniversary of being in business.