Ci2i Services, Inc. announces comprehensive solutions for “People and Things”
Seattle – April 14, 2014: Ci2i Services Inc., a consulting company servicing the Pacific Northwest, announces the launch of new Services Practices designed to deliver the vision of creating real time communities of people and things.
Ci2i is announcing the formation of the Content Marketing Practice, headed by Brett Greene. The Content Marketing Practice strengthens our customers’ brands by building engaged communities and lead-generation through creative and effective content marketing and social media strategies and execution. The team is happy to announce several successful engagements with innovative companies including AmpTab, Nurego, Killer Infographics and Cupcake Royale.
Ci2i launched the M2M Practice late last year. This team is headed by Gary Schmidt and recently added Steve Berry as VP of Technology. The M2M Practice helps our customers integrate hardware, software and services to provide comprehensive solutions to our customers. Bleeding edge technology coupled with innovative business models have been a huge hit with customers and partners. Bringing the managed service mindset to the M2M business is transformative, and the team is very excited to announce their new carrier and customer partnerships over the next month.
“Ci2i has a history of providing innovative solutions for our customers” said Ajay Sikka, CEO of Ci2i Services, Inc. “I am ecstatic with the results that we are driving for our customers. The company’s vision of creating real time communities of People and Things is on track to make a significant splash in the market. We continue to be the Business Sherpa’s standing behind our customers”.
Ci2i Services, Inc. has serviced customers for over 10 years in the Seattle area. The company has been on the fastest growing lists from Inc 500/5000 as well as Puget Sound Business Journal, and provides a broad spectrum of consulting engagements from business strategy, product marketing, licensing, analytics and building scalable transaction engines.