LinuxDevices.com Archive Index (1999-2012) | 2013-current at LinuxGizmos.com | About  

TeamLinux Corp. launches open source services

Mar 29, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
Please share:    Tweet about this on TwitterGoogle+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on RedditPin on PinterestEmail to someone

TeamLinux Corporation (TLC), the newest entrant in the exploding open source and Linux arena, officially announced its launch today. The company is a professional services organization that provides customers completely integrated solutions enabled by open source / Linux technology.

Distinguishing TeamLinux is its management team's deep professional services and consulting experience, hailing from such industry-leading services powerhouses as IBM, NCR/AT&T, TRW, Vanstar, Andersen Consulting, Silicon Graphics and PricewaterhouseCoopers. TeamLinux's management team has over 150 years of collective experience in consulting and technical services, proven industry track records and credentials, with hands-on experience in advanced computing technologies.

“We identified a gap in the open source and Linux professional services sector, and we are here to fill it with our top notch professional services experience combined with open source expertise”, says Dan Maher, TeamLinux chairman and chief executive officer. Maher continued, “Our customers tell us that they need a partner who understands their business needs and can help them integrate total solutions across multiple environments including, in many cases, their legacy systems”.

TeamLinux provides the unique combination of business and technical expertise customers need to manage the shift from proprietary to open source operating environments like Linux. TeamLinux offers consulting, design, integration, migration, training and support services for many business applications, including: e-commerce, Internet-enabled business to business, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Electronic Design Automation (EDA), embedded systems, and Internet appliance applications.

“This significant new industry player is bridging a vital service and support gap in the Linux and open source marketplace by working with clients to put together all the pieces of what can be a complex puzzle”, says Bill O'Neill, President of Trident Networks, Inc., a leading web hosting and internet commerce company speedyweb.com.

The TeamLinux Team

TeamLinux's management team members have extensive technology and services experience in delivering powerful solutions through partnership with customers. Maher brings to TeamLinux 26 years of consulting services and international experience with Anderson Consulting, NCR and Silicon Graphics. Dr. Lee Hoevel, executive vice president, holds a doctorate in electrical engineering and spent 30 years in technology services with such industry leaders as IBM, AT&T and NCR. Edward Crowley, vice president of sales and business development, has 20+ years of extensive technical and sales management experience. Rich Abruscato and Terry MacEwen, chief financial officer and vice president of strategic planning and marketing, respectively, both have applicable professional credentials and Fortune 100 experience in their areas of expertise. Director Sig Hartmann has spent more than 40 years in technology, serving as vice president with TRW and division president for Commodore and Atari.

The technical staff at TeamLinux carries numerous certifications in Linux, Unix, Novell and Windows NT. The company is a sponsor of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) and Linux International. Its business partners include TurboLinux, Mandrake, SuSe, Corel, Sun StarOffice, Compaq, HP, and others, with more partnerships being formed weekly.

TeamLinux has strategically acquired two other firms Information Systems, Inc. (ISI), of Dayton, Ohio, and Wimberley TechSys, Inc.(WTS), of Austin, Texas whose missions and client bases are additive and synergistic.

TeamLinux currently has regional operations and service centers in Austin, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. During 2000, TeamLinux will open or acquire additional operations centers in key cities throughout the U.S. These centers will house design, service and consulting professionals, integration labs and complete training centers.

 
This article was originally published on LinuxDevices.com and has been donated to the open source community by QuinStreet Inc. Please visit LinuxToday.com for up-to-date news and articles about Linux and open source.



Comments are closed.