All Covered, a division of Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A Inc. (Konica Minolta) focused on delivering high-performance IT Services to small- and medium-sized businesses, is pleased to announce that Covisia Solutions, a Managed IT Services company based in Waltham, Massachusetts, has joined All Covered. With the addition of Covisia Solutions, All Covered expands its presence with a broad and talented group of professionals along with a diverse list of clients.
“Covisia Solutions’ extensive experience helping businesses leverage Cloud Computing and virtualization technologies aligns perfectly with All Covered’s expanding range of Cloud Computing services,” said Todd Croteau, President of All Covered. “In addition, Konica Minolta has over 3,000 customers in the Boston area and there is significant growth opportunity to provide IT services to these companies. All Covered has a well-established base of customers in the Boston market and the addition of Covisia Solutions allows us to expand our presence while delivering innovative Cloud and IT Services designed to meet the business needs of our customers.”
Covisia Solutions has over 20 years of experience analyzing, designing, implementing, managing and scaling information technology environments for clients across New England. They provide customers with a streamlined application delivery process, by following their 4C methodology of centralization, consolidation, collaboration and continuity. They are one of the largest technology support services firms in New England and in the top one percent of Citrix partners across the US. The company has been a Citrix Platinum Solutions Provider Partner since 1999, having worked on over 1,000 Citrix installations.
William G. Fistori, President of Covisia Solutions said, “All Covered and Konica Minolta are great matches for us in terms of vision and culture. Joining one of the top ranked IT Services companies in the country allows us to offer our customers expanded services, as well as a portfolio of proven vertical solutions.”