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Innovative Data Processing Solutions

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Innovative Data Processing Solutions
Company typePrivate
IndustryCloud computing
Founded1989; 35 years ago (1989)
Websitewww.innovativesol.com

Innovative solutions is an American Information technology company.[1][2]

Innovative Solutions was founded in 1989 by Paul McMahon.[3] The company has headquarters in West Henrietta, NY with four remote locations in Chicago, Washington, Austin and Toronto.[4][5] In 2003, Justin Copie joined the company as an intern[6] and later in 2016, he became the owner and CEO of the company.[7][8] He bought the company from Bob Titus, Bob Dunning and Kevin McMahon who were the previous owners.[9][10] Innovative Solutions is an Amazon Web Services partner[11][12][13] and provides software solutions to various businesses.[14][15][16][17]

On October 24, 2022, Frontier Field, a baseball stadium in Rochester, New York, changed the stadium's name to Innovative Field.[18][19][20][21]

References

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  1. "Meet Justin Copie, the man behind the company renaming Frontier Field". WXXI News. 2022-11-01. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  2. Haranas, Mark (December 20, 2022). "AWS Star Innovative Solutions Bets On Red Hat OpenShift, AI And Cloud Migration In 2023". CRN Magazine. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  3. Morrell, Alan. "Small business spotlight: Innovative Solutions". Democrat and Chronicle. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  4. Rockel, Nick (March 11, 2023). "How CFOs can win the talent war". Fortune. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  5. "ESD Announces Expansion Plan for Innovative Solutions in Monroe County". Empire State Development. April 11, 2018. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  6. Woods, Laura. "15 CEOs Who Expertly Worked Their Way Up From Their First Jobs". Yahoo News. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  7. Teal, Kelly (November 30, 2022). "AWS re:Invent Day 3: Tons of Partner News Amid 'Pent-Up,' 'Mature' Vibe". Channel Futures. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  8. Haranas, Mark (2022-11-30). "AWS-IBM Enhance 'Remarkable' Partnership At AWS re:Invent". CRN. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  9. Feltner, Kerry (May 27, 2016). "Longtime staffer becomes CEO, buys IT company". Rochester Business Journal. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  10. Parker, Kevin (2022-01-13). "Innovative Solutions Appoints Gary Copie EVP". citybiz. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  11. Jacob, Smriti (2021-10-05). "A growth surge driven by the pandemic". Rochester Beacon. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  12. "AWS Partner: Innovative Solutions". partners.amazonaws.com. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  13. Law, Marcus (2023-01-04). "Innovative Solutions signs strategic agreement with AWS". Technology Magazine. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  14. Haranas, Mark (2023-01-18). "AWS Star Innovative Solutions' Plan To Win 1,000 New SMB Customers". CRN. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  15. "Cloud migration doesn't always require immediate modernization". SiliconANGLE. 2022-05-27. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  16. "Innovative Solutions and AWS Sign a Strategic Partnership Agreement". Hosting Journalist. 2023-01-03. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  17. Haranas, Mark (January 18, 2023). "AWS Star Innovative Solutions' Plan To Win 1,000 New SMB Customers". CRN. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  18. Bureau, Scott (March 31, 2023). "RIT alumnus Justin Copie behind newly named Innovative Field in downtown Rochester". RIT. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  19. WHAM (2022-10-25). "Red Wings announce new stadium name". WHAM. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  20. "Corporate Challenge offers an "Innovative" approach to the post-race celebration". www.jpmorganchasecc.com. Retrieved 2023-07-31.
  21. Tortora, Jim (2022-10-24). "Red Wings' Frontier Field to be renamed Innovative Field". RochesterFirst. Retrieved 2023-07-31.