Cardinal Solutions is excited to announce the opening our 8th office in St. Louis, MO.
“Cardinal’s focus on digital transformation, specifically modernization of apps and data workloads, and our close partnerships, continue to drive growth opportunities within our local branches and nationwide,” said Jim Milam, VP of New Branch Development. “We see St. Louis as a true gateway to the West for Cardinal Solutions.”
We have been planting seeds in the St. Louis tech community, delivering a series of cloud and data workshops over the last year, and connecting with local clients. We're excited to share that our office space will be located in the Cortex District and will be led by Corey Schenk, previous Director of Sales for our Columbus office and a native of St. Louis.
“Whether you are talking about the development of new innovation hubs or the doubling of job growth rates, it’s a great time to be a part of the St. Louis tech community,” said Corey. “We are very excited to bring Cardinal’s culture and capability to the market.”
With over 22 years of experience, we have continually evolved our solution offerings to adapt to the changes in technology and the needs of customers. At Cardinal, we lead with experience and expertise in Application Modernization, Open Source on Azure, and Advanced Analytics. We collaborate with clients through an agile process that allows organizations to be more creative and flexible in responding to user and stakeholder feedback.
Cardinal is a national Microsoft partner with deep experience around cloud enablement and was just recently earned the Microsoft US Partner Award for Apps & Infrastructure - Open Source Applications & Infrastructure on Azure. Additionally, we continue to develop strategic partnerships with companies including Red Hat, HashiCorp, Cloudera, Sitecore, and Scrum.org.
As we establish ourselves in St. Louis, a top priority will be to continue expanding visibility with the St. Louis tech community. Over the next several months, we will identify key community events to support, in addition to planning a series of educational client workshops including:
“Through community events and channel relationships we have been able to engage locally in great conversations around IoT, application modernization, and advanced analytics,” noted Corey. “I am looking forward to seeing where these discussions will lead, as well as introducing Cardinal to additional organizations around town.”