siriushistory

2020

Sirius’ 40-year anniversary Sirius acquires Advanced Systems Group (ASG), expanding West Coast presence Today, Sirius has more than 5,400 active clients, and over 2,600 employees in the U.S., Canada and India who hold more than 5,500 professional and technical certifications

2017

Sirius rebrands for first time in almost 20 years, launching “The Brightest Minds in the Business” as our tagline Sirius launches FiveOut, a digital marketing agency Sirius acquires Forsythe, strengthening managed services, cloud and security capabilities, and adding a Tier III Sirius Data Center in Chicago, IL

2016

Sirius achieves $2 billion in gross revenue Sirius acquires Force 3, expanding Mid-Atlantic presence and strengthening Federal capabilities Sirius acquires thinkASG, expanding West Coast presence Sirius acquires Continuum, strengthening security & compliance capabilities

2015

Sirius’ 35-year anniversary Sirius acquires Varrow, expanding Southeast presence and deepening converged infrastructure, storage and managed services skills and capabilities Kelso & Company invests in Sirius Sirius acquires Avnet’s digital software services, strengthening business innovation software solutions around commerce, mobility, digital experience, social and portal

2014

Nutanix becomes a new partner Sirius acquires Brightlight Consulting, expanding presence in Northwest, and adding big data and analytics solutions

2013

EMC, Hitachi, Palo Alto and Commvault become new partners Sirius moves San Antonio corporate headquarters into a larger office to allow for a record number of employees

2012

Sirius awarded the first IBM Beacon Laureate Award, for Overall Technical Excellence

2011

Sirius achieves $1 billion in gross revenue Joe Mertens named CEO of Sirius upon the retirement of the company’s founder, Harvey Najim