ECMSI Adds Staff, Posts 19% Growth in Revenue
STRUTHERS – Executive Computer Management Solutions Inc. marked its 20th anniversary in 2019 with solid growth. It added six employees and intends to add more in 2020, says Ralph Blanco, CEO and owner. Revenue at the Struthers company jumped 19% in 2019, following a 16% increase in 2018, he adds.
ECMSI plans to expand its market range this year in keeping with a 10-year business plan to achieve consistent 16% growth, according to Blanco. As part of this goal, the company will provide more advanced security and service support to its clients.
“We implemented additional layers of security for our partners to ensure their business is fully protected,” he continues. And the company purchased a new generator “to maintain support for our partners in case of an emergency where we’d lose power.”
This year, the No. 1 challenge remains the “evolving cyber threats across the world and making sure that we’re prepared to proactively avoid these threats,” says Blanco.
“For our partners, it’s critical for ECMSI and our team to provide quick and efficient guidance and support as malware and the hackers behind it are also advancing their landscapes,” he says.
“Technology is constantly advancing and with that, we’re able to equip our employees with the best tools to support our partners and the structure and security of their environment.”
Every year, ECMSI recognizes employees’ major milestones and 2019 was no different. Among those saluted were five-year employees Anthony Palmer and T.J. Stine.
“We also recognized The Zidian Group for 20 years of partnership and growth in their organization,” says Blanco. ECMSI helped The Zidian Group see its organization grow from one internal server to more than 20.
The company has a history of supporting charities in the Mahoning Valley. Among them are Help Network of Northeast Ohio, Compass Family & Community Services, Alta Behavioral Health and Easterseals.
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