Datavail Acquires Stratavia’s Managed Services Operations
DENVER, COLORADO – Colorado-based Datavail Corporation acquired Stratavia’s managed database administration service operation. The acquisition was structured to independently refocus Stratavia’s software and Datavail’s managed service primary operations. Michael Jones, founding CEO, led this venture to provide remote database services to small and medium-sized businesses and poise itself to capitalize on the $22 billion annual database administration industry.
“The birth of Datavail was born from the need for data intensive companies who required highly trained DBAs but may not have the resources to support only one or two database administrators (DBAs). Datavail encourages companies to fill this gap with virtual talent, saving valuable amounts of time and money, which allows them to better focus on the company’s larger strategic initiatives,” explains Michael Jones.
Services included in the new company include database monitoring, full administration, and architecture planning. The company currently serves more than 40 customers throughout the United States. Notable customers include Apple Vacations, HealthMEDX, Angel.com, and TestAmerica.
“Datavail will continue to provide the outstanding service clients have come to expect but will notice the benefits of a larger, more streamlined organization that concentrates all its efforts on providing superior managed services around the clock.”
Before joining Datavail, Jones was President and Chief Executive Office of an IT infrastructure outsourcing provider, (i)Structure, LLC. His previous tenure at notable companies such as Level (3) Communications, Corporate Express, Inc., Sprint International, and Andersen Consulting has forged a path of success in the path and his talent will be a significant contribution in the future.
Mallory L. Coup