Derive Technologies

Derive Technologies was founded in 2000 through the combination of two long-standing technology firms dating back to 1986--incorporated as “Derive Technologies” in 2001. Derive's team, all of them already long-time collaborators at the time of the company's official founding, continue to design and deliver progressive business-technology solutions that meet the challenges of New York Metro Area, national, and global enterprises, with a focus on on-going reduction of CapEX and OpEx.

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