Extract from article by Joseph F. Kovar
Two storage-focused solution providers have merged to form Congruity360 as a way to bring a wider range of vendor-agnostic on-premises and cloud solutions to customers.
Congruity360 formed from the merger of Congruity, a solution provider and MSP with a storage focus, and KNJ, a provider of electronic discovery consulting and services, said Brian Davidson, co-founder of Congruity and managing partner of Pembroke, Mass.-based Congruity360.
Congruity360 offers a vendor-agnostic approach to data management, Davidson told CRN.
Extract from Congruity360 Press Release
“Under the Congruity360 brand, KNJ360 will continue to deliver the exceptional responsiveness and service that our clients know and expect, while broadening our offerings,” said Kirk Carter, Managing Partner of Congruity360. “We will be able to implement cost-effective and comprehensive eDiscovery and information governance solutions by leveraging our shared resources, such as the company’s equipment, maintenance, and colocation data center services.”
Congruity360 is a comprehensive solution provider for complete data lifecycle management. By simplifying and optimizing IT infrastructures, Congruity360 empowers partners to focus on their core business competencies by increasing data reliability and reducing risk. Congruity360 is dedicated to innovation, collaboration, and transformation in an ever-evolving IT ecosystem.
KNJ360, a Congruity360 brand, is an eDiscovery consulting boutique that develops innovative and effective workflows for information governance and electronic discovery matters. The team’s strategic approach is grounded in its expertise with top-tier technologies that allow for customizable implementations to suit individual corporate environments and legal matters. KNJ360’s accomplished eDiscovery consultants and project managers are litigation technology veterans who provide guidance and insight that goes beyond the expected.