Midwave is built to avoid the consultancy stereotype of overly isolated, narrow skills
We believe in specialization, in fact, we have a lot of it. However; as individuals and organizations get more and more niche focused, they become less and less adept at tackling the really difficult problems in IT that don’t fit neatly into these skill sets.
We believe our differentiation lies in not only having deep skills in network, system, storage, database, application middleware integration, and IT advisory services; but in the fact that these capabilities are all resident within our company, coupled with a culture of interaction and collaboration that enables us to tackle complex, broad challenges from end to end.
Significant Issues Facing IT Organizations
Think of the most significant issues facing IT organizations today: information security, virtualization, facility rationalization, disaster recovery planning, identity and access management, SOA/BPEL and business process management. The list goes on and on. All of these impact an organization’s core network, systems infrastructure, storage, databases, application services, operational procedures, policies, and business requirements (audit, compliance, risk). Clearly, deep competencies are required in order to navigate these issues, but the context, perspective, and interaction of different specialists is just as important - and is an area where Midwave thrives.