Shield Watch Rebrands as Concertium, Releases First New Solution

Shield Watch is rebranding to Concertium, a company focused on connecting people with data and devices to power digital transformation.

The new brand, Concertium, will be fully focused on harnessing the power of data to create a sustainable, competitive technological advantage for its customers.

The Concertium managed IT infrastructure is thoughtfully designed to help enterprises achieve their digital transformation goals to gain an edge in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace.

Concertium will mark its public debut with the launch of Captain’s Chair IT, a solution that provides IT leaders and decision-makers with unprecedented visibility into information that can help turn insights into action.

Captain’s Chair IT is the Company’s first step toward providing business intelligence through an always-on “single pane of glass” dashboard display that allows users to visualize and access data from multiple data sources on the same screen.

This solution features an integrated data feed built with an always-on view, eliminating the need for users to log on to disparate data sources to access critical information.

The technology offers its customers the ability to access information about their network and IT assets through desktops or mobile devices previously only available to MSP service teams. Captain’s Chair IT allows the user to configure discreet user roles for advanced access control and increased relevance.

“Because we fully manage our client’s infrastructure, from on-site devices, cloud-based services to custom software applications, even a client that considers themselves 'low-tech' can become more efficient using technology like Captain’s Chair,” said Pratik Roychoudhury, CEO and president of Concertium. “Greater efficiency driven by our proprietary technology will help our clients become more competitive in today’s economy and boost bottom-line performance.”

Concertium and the company’s new product, Captain’s Chair, is geared towards mid-sized enterprises that have between 20 and 500 desktops.

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