ABOUT AGIO

We believe each individual can be the best expression of themselves, and by committing to this mission, we create a positive ripple effect that touches our co-workers, clients and partners. We’re impacting people, not just the bottom line.

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Agio’s culture is a blend of who we are and who we aspire to be, which is the most secure and reliable managed service provider to the world’s most prestigious entities. Investment in our culture helps us attract the best people, do our best work, and be our best selves. Our culture is deliberate and it’s our expectation guide for success.

Culture Book

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Master the Fundamentals

Crawl before you walk; walk before you run. Establish a groundwork of practice, discipline, and attention to detail. Cracks in an unstable foundation show over time. So, take the time to hone in your craft and set yourself up for success.

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Speak Up

There are no wallflowers at Agio. Say what needs to be said when it needs to be said. Ask the question everyone else is afraid to. It’s about being candid. Direct feedback and informed opinions are encouraged and expected.

Evolve

Add, tweak, delete. Progress is impossible without change. Keep your mind open, and remember to bite size it – incremental growth day-by-day yields massive results over time.

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Communicate Fearlessly to Build Trust

Communicate to illuminate, and then communicate some more. Don’t be afraid to commit to the client and establish expectations. Instill confidence and gain loyalty to create lasting relationships.

Be Bigger Than Your Job

Risk your comfort zone to challenge the status quo. Weigh in cross-departmentally and stay curious. When you connect the dots and contribute to teams outside of your own, you create change that separates Agio from the rest.

Bart McDonough

"Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes..."

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Bart McDonough

Chief Executive Officer

Miten Marvania

"There are no facts, only interpretations. That is a fact!"

Miten Marvania

Chief Operating Officer

Garvin McKee

"Good luck is when opportunity and preparation meet."

Garvin McKee

Managing Director, Business Development

Nick Mancini

"I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade...and try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party."

Nick Mancini

Chief Technology Officer

Kate Wood

"Anything in life can be understood via a dating analogy."

Kate Wood

Managing Director, Marketing

Ray Hillen

"It's ok to hoot with the owls all evening as long as you can soar with the eagles come morning."

Ray Hillen

Managing Director, Cybersecurity

Josh Bentley

"I surround myself with assets, not liabilities."

Josh Bentley

Managing Director, Finance

Heather Matthews

"I may not be able to direct the wind, but I can adjust the sails...and drink rosé along the way."

Heather Matthews

Customer Success Manager

Chris Harper

"Loyalty means I am down with you whether you are wrong or right. But I will tell you when you are wrong and help you get it right."

Chris Harper

Executive Director, Cybersecurity

Frances Baldwin

“Impossible only means you haven’t found the solution yet.”

Frances Baldwin

Executive Director, Cybersecurity

Jessica Golle

"Someone who figures that taking a step back after taking a step forward is not a disaster...it's more like a Cha-Cha."

Jessica Golle

Business Development Manager

Donato Lalla

"When you do things right, people won't be sure you've done anything at all."

Donato Lalla

Director, Service Management

Joe McCusker

“Sometimes all we need is a little pat on the back. Appreciation is not a budget item.”

Joe McCusker

Managing Director, Managed IT

David Costa

"Will work for food."

David Costa

Executive Director, Managed IT

Steve Foster

"If it's not in the case notes, it didn't happen."

Steve Foster

Executive Director, Managed IT

Michael Trillo

“I’m a sign language whiz.”

Michael Trillo

Executive Director, Managed IT

Joseph Bartnik

"Set the plans, execute through reality."

Joseph Bartnik

Director, Project Management Office

Eric Hudson

"I beat Michael Jackson in a dance off."

Eric Hudson

Director, Client Infrastructure

Gina Peterson

"If you can’t laugh at yourself, call me, I have no problem laughing at you.”

Gina Peterson

Executive Assistant

2008
The need to outsource IT is born from the financial crisis.
2010
January 17
CEO Bart McDonough founds Agio, offering database administration, server and network management, help-desk, storage and quality assurance services.
November 24
We hit 50 employees.
2011
2013
February 11
Agio grows to 100 employees.
September
100th client is signed.
2014
May
Agio Private Cloud launches.
August 4
We grow to 150 employees.
2015
October
We implement DOMO as our reporting platform.
2016
February
We begin to use ITGlue as our documentation tool.
September
300th client signed.
December 14
We migrate the firm to Office 365.
2017
2018