CHICAGO, April 8, 2009 — SDI (System Development.Integration, LLC.), a systems integrator specializing in technical and operational support for capital asset intensive organizations, today announced its 2008 financial results. Following a record year in 2007, SDI continued to post a profit despite the current challenging economic times, closing out 2008 with $27 million in total revenues.
SDI Chief Financial Officer, Sharee Wolff is optimistic about 2009 stating, “In spite of the uncertainty in the economy, SDI continues to acquire new opportunities in target markets and vigorously support existing client programs.”
Over the last 13 years, SDI has grown from $700,000 in revenues to $27 million, holding a strong financial position to provide continued quality service to existing and future clients. Over its 19 years in business, SDI has served over 150 clients including many of the nation’s largest 911 call centers, airports and commercial real estate companies. Continuing to build on its core competency of managing strategic assets through technology, SDI is accomplishing its mission of becoming the preeminent advisory services firm in its customer set.
SDI is a systems integrator that fuses information technology, security, operations and facility management to support critical organization systems and data by providing advisory services, technology delivery and SmartSourcingSM long-term support. With substantial private and public sector experience, SDI provides vendor-independent services and support to our nation’s critical environments to achieve a higher level of security, increase productivity and reduce operating costs. SDI embodies the technical breadth, depth of talent, and complex systems experience of a national, top-tier systems integrator – with a reputation of sticking with our projects until our obligations are met and our clients are successful. For more than 19 years, we’ve been there for our clients, and people are taking notice. Visit us at www.sdienterprises.com.
Dawn Nash Pfeiffer, VP of Marketing