Digital Maelstrom an IT advisory consultancy that was founded in 2006, was selected to join the 2019 class for the 25 Under 25 Award from Thinking Bigger Business Media, Inc.
About 25 under 25 Award
Thinking Bigger Business Media, Inc. started an annual 25 Under 25 Awards to recognize and inspire 25 amazing companies in the greater Kansas City area with 25 or fewer employees.
The criteria for the award consisted of:
- Have 25 or fewer employees
- Has been running for three years or more
- Has to be located in the greater Kansas City area
- Shows financial stability
- Shows the ability to overcome obstacles, adversity, and challenges
- Is providing community involvement and philanthropy
- Has defining or distinguishing characteristics and qualities
- Can provide a company vision
About Digital Maelstrom
Digital Maelstrom is a technology advisory firm that specializes in IT strategy through the innovative application of Custom Software Development, IT Operations, and IT Security proficiency and expertise.
A maelstrom, better known as a whirlpool, is our symbol of the stormy constant change in technology. Our team is the tranquil sage who guides the client on their path to accomplish well their business goals. The firm was founded in Kansas City back in 2006 to serve clients from coast to coast, small to large, and everyone in-between.
ABOUT THINKING BIGGER BUSINESS
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