As technology agnostics, we recognize that value (and lack of value) exists across vendors and technology types. We address our clients’ individual challenges with customized solutions that incorporate products and services from strategic partnerships. 

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud, powering hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries. One of the key benefits of cloud computing is the opportunity to replace upfront capital infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale to business needs. As an APN Consulting Partner, TCG has access to a range of resources and training that enable us to assist our clients as they deploy, run, and manage applications in the AWS cloud.

Appian BPM Suite

Appian BPM Suite

Appian BPM Suite is the easiest way to manage business processes, work automation, and social collaboration across the enterprise for employees, customers, and systems. Appian provides a modern application platform to drive better business decisions, actions, and results, offering access to everything – data, processes, documents, and collaboration – in one environment, on any device, through a simple social interface.

Microsoft

Microsoft

Microsoft delivers products and technologies that can help every business achieve its goals. As a Managed Service Provider, Certified Partner, and Azure for Research awardee, TCG has built purely Microsoft solutions and used Microsoft technology in heterogeneous environments. We have experience across the Microsoft product line, from big data and Azure-powered cloud computing to .Net, SharePoint, and SQL Server.

Oracle

Oracle

Oracle has extended its reach beyond its industry-leading database to include the J2EE application server, workflow and document management, ERP applications, and more. Our intimate understanding of these technologies is key to enterprise solution development for the many government systems that employ some element of the Oracle stack.