Vivek Agarwal’s Portal/Java Blog

An IBM Gold Consultant’s weblog about IBM, Lotus, WebSphere, J2EE, IT Processes, and other IT technologies

My Employer – Xtivia, Inc.


Xtivia Site Home Page

I work for Xtivia – an innovative systems integrator with offices in New York City, Colorado, New Jersey, and Texas (Austin – my city). In addition to our office locations, we have many consultants working at client sites throughout the US. Through our parent company Matrix-IT (TASE:MTRX) and Formula Group (NASDQ: FORTY), Xtivia enjoys the strength and resources of a family of IT services companies with over 5000 employees that generates over half a billion revenue annually. Xtivia has strong expertise in the areas of Portal and Enterprise Application Development/Integration, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, and Information/Data Management. We can assist you with consulting needs in Information Technology through short and long term engagements ranging from assessments, to mentoring, to skills transfer to full-blown project implementations on a fixed bid basis. We have many long-term, trusted client relationships that demonstrate our commitment to our clients’ success.

I enjoy my work at Xtivia with its many and varied challenges, as you can tell from some of my blog postings!

For more information about Xtivia, please click here to visit my employer’s website! Do remember to contact me/Xtivia (vagarwal at xtivia dot com) if you have consulting needs in the areas of Portal and Enterprise Application Development/Integration, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, or Information/Data Management.

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