Jim Kavanaugh took the top spot in the St. Louis Business Journal's most popular contest for the 40 Under 40 class of 1998.
The Kansas City Council approved a $2.85 million contract to procure hardware and software from World Wide Technology, Inc. to start initiatives towards a Smart City.
WWT is recognized for delivering outstanding VMware virtualization and cloud solutions in public sector.
World Wide Technology was among seven companies featured on cio.com using Intel processors and Cloudera's CDH to power big data applications that are transforming their businesses.
John Rohde, director of corporate business development, enterprise vertical markets and IoT strategy for WWT, comments on Cisco's new IoT products and framework.
WWT execs discuss the acquisition earlier this month and how it is key to moving up the value ladder with customers.
Exceptional workplace culture, commitment to innovation and flexibility are top factors for WWT’s #12 ranking.
WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh sits down with the St. Louis Post Dispatch to discuss what's in the future for WWT.
In addition to receiving EMC's Global Federation Award, WWT was also recognizes as EMC's Americas Solution Provider of the Year.
WWT has been named #11 on The Channel Company’s 2015 CRN Solution Provider 500. WWT placed #12 on the Solution Provider list in 2014 and #13 in 2013.
With the newly named Asynchrony Labs, WWT offers enterprises a single provider that understands both the infrastructure and application sides of technology initiatives.
VMware recognizes WWT for its exponential year-over-year growth, expertise in providing VMware solutions to the federal government and more than 20 SDDC certifications.
The Catalyst Partner of the Year Award honors the Red Hat partner with the greatest success in delivering total solutions to customers through unique partnerships with Red Hat and other ecosystem partners.
The government-wide acquisition contract provides federal agencies with products and services associated with general IT as well as health and life sciences IT capabilities – both on-prem and in the cloud.
WWT receives two global and eight theater and area awards at Cisco Partner Summit 2015.
WWT is awarded the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V (SEWP V) vehicle. The Government-Wide Acquisition Contract is for 10 years with a five-year base period and a five-year option to extend.
Mike Taylor has been named a finalist for the Technology Leader of the Year Award presented annually by Gateway to Innovation.
WWT is one of 65 winners of NIH's $20 billion CIO Commodities and Solutions contract, a follow-on to the NIH Electronic Commodities Store III contract.
WWT will integrate Polatis' SDN-enabled optical switching systems into solutions that provide its customers with high-performance, resilient and dynamic optical networks.
WWT receives the 2014 Avnet Government Solutions Award for the U.S. as part of Avnet’s inaugural Avnet Partner Awards program.