How We Work

How We Work = Full Stack

Our unique enterprise full stack capabilities comprise of our team of data scientists, developers, DevOps/Automation engineers, and systems architects and engineers all working together as a cohesive unit to help our clients innovate and power forward with digital and IT transformation.

Data Scientist
Data Scientist

Our data scientists collaborate and innovate with you to help solve your biggest challenges with unique AI and analytics approaches.

Developers
Developers

Whether you're looking to build an AI, analytics, web, or IoT stack, our devs are happy to share their experiences.

DevOps
DevOps

Compose, automate, and secure your services, whether its a new cloud-native app, new infrastructure, or an existing VM farm.

System Engineers
System Engineers

Partner with us to architect, implement, operate, and maintain IT infrastructure stacks and software solutions over the long haul.

What
We Do
The Enterprise Full Stack Partner

Full stack can mean different things to a lot of different people — anything from pancakes (our favorite!), to developers, to enterprise tech stacks of all kinds.

For Mark III and how we envision the channel partner of the future, we extend the concept of “full stack” into describing how we’ve organically built our unique organization over the past few years to help enterprises, institutions, and service providers succeed and thrive in the era of digital transformation.

In a world where open source “everything” has enabled virtually thousands more combinations of IT infrastructure and software stacks that can be composed and integrated together to build out key services for your customers and workforce, it’s important not only to understand IT infrastructure technologies and software capabilities, but also how to “glue” them together with great code, automation, and design.

It’s in response to this dynamically shifting need from clients and partners as to why Mark III has evolved our team to a full stack approach to incorporate data scientists, developers, DevOps, and system architects and engineers.