Integrity IT Solutions, a Cleveland, OH-based cloud computing and virtualization solutions provider, has raised a venture capital funding of undisclosed amount from Solomon Global Holdings.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand its products and solutions. Integrity will launch its “Cloud 2.0” by the end of the year.
Led by President and Founder Matthew D. McGee, CEO Darren C. Jordan, and CFO Ryan A. Retcher, Integrity IT Solutions provides organizations with cloud computing and virtualization solutions partnering with manufacturers including Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Dell, and other industry leaders, which have technology designed to improve business efficiencies and productivity.
The company also has offices throughout Ohio.