IT Solutions Becomes Acentia; Launches New Brand and Website

Photo: Todd Stottlemyer, Acentia

IT Solutions is no more. The company has today officially launched its new name, Acentia, its corporate website and brand. This was done in a effort to represent the growth and depth of its team and solutions it offers its customers.

Acentia has a workforce of 700 strong which is attributed to growth and multiple acquisitions over the past decade. The firm, a combination of nine companies over the last 10 years, works with the federal government and commercial customers to provide solutions to IT challenges.

“Making sure that a company’s information technology structure can meet its mission essential demands, both today and in the future, can mean the difference between success and failure,” said Todd Stottlemyer, chief executive officer of Acentia.

The firm’s name comes from root words ascend (moving higher) and essential (critical). According to Acentia, the name conveys and underscores the confidence customers place in the company to meet their mission essential goals.

The company also announced the appointment of Mike Daniels and Maj. Gen. Elder Granger, MD to it Board of Directors. Daniels, former chairman and chief executive officer of Network Solutions, brings years of experience having served in management roles and the technology sector. Granger has a broad background in the healthcare sector.

Photo: Todd Stottlemyer, Acentia

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