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A New Beginning

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I am so excited about the amazing opportunity that will come to fruition this week. I have already started counting down the hours!!

That opportunity comes in the form of a new beginning for all of us at i3. The Board has given us this chance to reinvent ourselves, create new value and forge towards new frontiers. And personally, the clarity and focus that I have felt over the last few months as we have prepared have been incredible.

After 5 years of unbelievable exposure and entrepreneurship in providing a multitude of solutions to customers across multiple industries and spanning the globe, we are now at a very important crossroad.

In front of me and all of my team at Brandix i3, lies the opportunity to leverage all our learnings, focus and build a unique Tech Solutions brand that will be Industry agnostic and will provide practical, incisive and intelligent Information solutions to its customers.

We will continue to build on our current business in ERPs and other Enterprise Applications, but will now aggressively grow our Business Intelligence and Analytics competency. We will also expand our existing Strategic Alliances and Partnerships – they have been the cornerstone of our previous growth.

The new company will have 3 core principles at the heart of its focus – great solutions, great people and great relationships. In my mind, these 3 principles coupled with the integrity, humility, tech IQ and service oriented nature of my multicultural global team will continue to differentiate us globally.

The new company will continue to be a subsidiary of the Brandix Group but will have an independent identity and growth track.

We have had the strength, grit, and tenacity to endure the ups and downs of building i3 and now my expectation is that these qualities along with our hunger to win and clarity of focus will help us build a great new company.

Here’s to our new beginning and a brand new future!!

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