Looking for a change in the New Year? Join a company on the move! Linium is offering an exciting opportunity within our Managed Service Provider (MSP) division. We're looking for the right individual to serve as our Director of Global MSP Operations.Read More
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August 18, 2016
Linium announced today that it has been named by Inc. Magazine to Inc. 5000's annual list of America's fastest-growing companies. With a 128% three-year growth rate, Linium is excited to be listed for its fifth consecutive year on an elite list which represents companies on the forefront of strategy, service, and innovation.
August 15, 2016
August 12, 2016
Linium has an immediate full-time opening for an Advanced ServiceNow Systems Administrator for our Federal practice. We're looking for candidates local to the Washington, DC area, as some travel will be required. Check out the day-to-day responsibilities and desired ServiceNow experience to see if you're a fit for our team!
Linium, a world-class provider of business services that empower the entire enterprise, today announced it will onboard Crossbridge, a top-tier financial services consulting firm, to further expand its Linium Blues line of elite services and solutions that launch clients on the path to enterprise modernization.
The spirit of entrepreneurship is alive and kicking in New York, and we couldn't be happer to be a part of it! We’re thrilled to announce that Linium was recognized as a semifinalist in the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 New York Awards program. As the world’s most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs, EY Entrepreneur Of The Year has been at the forefront of identifying game-changing business leaders and solutions for the past 30 years.Read More
May 25, 2016
On Saturday, May 21st, we had the honor of co-sponsoring SPARK Programming and ServiceNow's 1st annual CreatorCon for Kids. This creative event was held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), where the next generation of developers had a chance to learn how to use agile development software and learn to code from professionals via a complimentary session. The kids, ages 8-17, worked to build versions of an 8-bit arcade game. Check out what they accomplished here!Read More