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ArdentMC


ArdentMC employees take pride in solving our customers' hardest problems by delivering world-class technology solutions and services. We work with challenging new technologies and have a keen understanding of the emerging threats and opportunities faced by our clients.

Headquarters
Arlington, Virginia
Size
51-200 Employees
Industry
Information Tech, Analytics

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Description

ArdentMC is a trusted provider for geospatial information, cloud migration, and DevOps in the federal, state, and local business spheres, delivering quality products and outstanding performance initiative to every client. We not only provide clients, both internal and external, with the highest quality of goods and services, but also support employing embedded leadership and forward-leaning personnel to deliver and innovative and trusted improvement. From program management support to systems implementation and integration, ArdentMC provides proven best practices and expertise to assist our clients in overcoming their most challenging IT and organizational change efforts.

Benefits & perks

Financial & retirement
401(k)
Health & insurance
Medical, Vision and Dental coverage

Office locations

Arlington, Virginia
Tulsa, Oklahoma

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