We are witnessing the biggest Enterprise technology revolution since the Internet, and the vast majority of investors are missing out on the action.
In 2011, Marc Andreessen – the legendary venture capitalist – proclaimed that “software is eating the world.” Seven years later, it’s clear he was right.
Globalization has put enormous pressure on businesses to reduce costs, especially in “peripheral” divisions like information-technology. Outsourcing of functions like legal, accounting and HR has been a trend for decades. This trend is extending to IT departments, which are now outsourced to companies that specialize in streamlining technology operations and consolidating costs.
Upstart nDivision, Inc. (NDVN) has anticipated this transition and aims to capitalize on an emerging market.
Just as iCloud has revolutionized the way we file, sort and store information, nDivision changes the way we manage Enterprise technology by deploying cloud-based intelligent automation and replacing human labor with digital labor.
If you’re not already following nDivision, Inc (NDVN) – here are 5 reasons you need to pay attention:
- A $335 Billion Innovation Wave
- Who is nDivision?
- Case Study: Noble Drilling Services
- Acquisition Activity Heating Up
- nDivision & You
A $335 Billion Innovation Wave
Because companies like nDivision, Inc. (NDVN)– are cracking into this billion dollar market with unparalleled technology, they stand to be big winners.
According to BCG Henderson, an estimated $23 billion in venture capital funding has poured into the Enterprise IT market since 2010.
With dwindling resources and growing expectations, IT Departments are in a bind. That’s where nDivsion (NDVN) comes in. They offer a competitive advantage in the digital age by providing companies with efficient and reliable solutions for core business functions in a market where demand for these solutions continues to rapidly increase.
Who is nDivision?
nDivision, Inc. (NDVN) uses intelligent automation to address the problem of IT inefficiency and reduce cost basis.
Their solution is 3-fold:
- To deploy intelligent automation to replace 50-80% of human labor with digital labor.
- To reduce IT operation costs and improve service levels, while lowering error rates
- To enable IT to tackle the project backlog and help the business become more efficient, effective and profitable.
Any good business owner knows that operating in a cost effective manner is paramount to profitability.
The first step to maximizing profits is reducing internal costs. Companies often have a constrained IT budget and staff spread thinly across multiple technologies. Employees can be a risk. They require a fixed cost with little control over their output and efficiency.
By automating these systems, nDivision (NDVN) lowers costs, provides predictable outcomes, and generates faster results. In addition, automated systems integrate security protocols that protect against the misuse of sensitive information. They also provide feedback; analytics and big data help improve and streamline services.
In plain English: they disrupt how IT is delivered.
And face it, a cheaper, well programmed machine that will outperform even your best employee is a smart investment.
nDivision (NDVN) is the future of IT.
Case Study: Noble Drilling Services
Currently, nDivision (NDVN) automates IT for 100 customers across 45 countries and 6 continents.
Dell resells nDivision’s services across the US, and Microsoft has recently started to recommend nDivision’s services to its strategic customers.
They’re big time.
For example, take Noble Corporation (NYSE: NE) – a $1.4 billion offshore oil & gas drilling contractor that operates with Royal Dutch Shell, Statoil and Saudi Aramco.
Like many smart companies, they wanted to reduce IT costs.
They turned to nDivision (NDVN) to solve the problem.
Noble replaced 19 of 25 IT operations and help desk staff with their software. In doing so, Noble cut labor costs by $2.3 million per year, while streamlining and automating operations.
The nDivision (NDVN) service, on the other hand, costs $950k per year. That’s a total of $1.35 million in annual savings.
After just 12 months, nDivision (NDVN) helped Noble save an additional $250k per year by consolidating and shrinking their IT infrastructure.
In total, Noble cut technology services costs by 70% with nDivision’s services.
The best part? Noble’s IT incident ticket backlog collapsed from 1,500 to 750 in the first week with nDivision (NDVN), indicating performance had improved dramatically.
With results like these, the industry is taking notice.
With more attention, nDivision (NDVN) is moving to rapidly expand their client base.
Acquisition Activity Is Heating Up In The $226 Billion Managed Services Industry
The technology industry, and especially the segment that nDivision (NDVN) is in right
now is increasingly ripe for mergers and acquisitions.
IBM, for example, has made more than 160 acquisitions since 2000 alone, from database services to cloud management, cybersecurity, big data, and networking solutions.
In 2017, Amazon acquired a record ten startups including Harvest.ai, Thinkbox Software, Do.com, Souq.com, GameSparks, Graphiq, Wing.ae, and Body Labs.
Most of those acquisitions were to support Amazon Web Services (AWS) growth.
Google recently completed a $50 million acquisition of Xively to incorporate their LogMeIn division into their broader Google Cloud Platform team.
With an increasing number of acquisitions in this sector, nDivision (NDVN) could soon wind up as a trophy buyout target.
For savvy investors, this is one you’ll definitely want to watch.
nDivision (NDVN) & You
When you have first mover advantage, you must seize it. That’s precisely what nDivision, Inc. (NDVN) is doing with their aggressive growth strategy.
They target both Midmarket ($100m-$500m in revenues) and Large enterprise ($500m-$5bn in revenues) clients with 200-1,000+ IT users.
On March 2, 2018, nDivision (NDVN) finalized the acquisition of 58 Managed Services contracts from Gamwell Technologies for $1.2 million, spread over 3 years.
These contracts will add roughly $1 million per year of annual recurring revenue. With margins of 80% – nDivision (NDVN) anticipates an $800k annual profit.
It could take them to breakeven and positive cash flow.
Acquisitions aren’t their only strategy either.
Recently, nDivision (NDVN) became one of only two Dell partners in the U.S. providing Managed IT and End User Help Desk services to its customers.
They are now Dell’s preferred partner for large deals.
Because of this, nDivision (NDVN) can leverage Dell’s 8,000+ sales B2B representatives to reach a massive Enterprise customer base – maximum potential with minimal investment.
They are also a Managed Services partner for NTT Data, a $7 billion company, and they’re pursuing a partnership with UNISYS, an American global information technology company.
nDivision (NDVN) expanded to introduce a Sales Agent program in 2016.
Sales Agents introduce nDivision (NDVN) services to customers they have a trusted relationship with, helping sell their Managed Services and End User Help Desk services on commission.
The first deal closed in 2017 at $223k per year. With proven results, they anticipate scaling up this program in 2018 and beyond.
Between nDivision’s acquisitions, partnerships and promising sales agent program, they have the ability to onboard new clients significantly faster than their competition.
With this team driving the action, the prospects for nDivision (NDVN) are incredibly bright. Likewise, the opportunity for investors is clear.
But, there’s a clock on it. Opportunities like this don’t last long.
A Proven Team of Entrepreneurs
When you consider what nDivision, Inc. (NDVN) has already accomplished, its clear this company has what it takes to execute their growth plan.
But, if you still have any doubts – take a look at their incredible team.
Alan Hixon – Chief Executive Officer
He built an $80m IT services company with 500 employees from start-up, in five years, and was responsible for strategy, key partnerships, finance, sales & marketing.
Mike Beavers – Chief Commercial Officer
He built the delivery capability for a Managed Services Provider that grew to $40m in 2.5 years, and was responsible for driving recurring revenue growth.
Justin Roby – Chief Technology Officer
He is one of the most certified consultants in the U.S., and owner of an IT business. He’s responsible for driving efficiency gains and competitive advantage.
Justin is also the brain behind nDivision (NDVN)’s state-of-the-art technology.
Brad Wiggins – Chief Administrative Officer
Brad built an IT reseller business from the ground up. He’s responsible for corporate governance, and is set to take a leading role in acquisitions.
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