Millennium recognizes the importance of strategic partnerships. The Millennium Partner Network (MPN) aligns businesses who offer complementary services in order to reinforce our commitment our customers while helping each other grow.
Strategic enterprises are a valuable and integral part of our business. As a part of our corporate commitment to our customers, we routinely seek best-in-class large and small businesses to complement our in-house capabilities. The MPN, a “Team Here First” approach to partnering, affords more access contract vehicles, helps identify more strategic opportunities, and builds stronger relationships between partners. We combine a virtual based environment of data sharing to encourage collaboration and streamline decision making.
Our collective experience and innovative ideas are vital to jointly building business while solving our customers’ requirements. Building a network of qualified partners is fundamental to the MPN objectives:
- Maintain competitive position as an industry leader
- Build and maintaining loyalty amongst partners
- Grow our customer affinity
- Stay on the leading edge of technology and service
Some of Our Current Partners Include:
Large companies that seek small businesses with niche capabilities to help support customer missions while sustaining our country’s economy.
American Technology Solutions International Corporation
ASI Government Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Inc.
Small businesses, including small disadvantaged, women-owned, veteran-owned, service disabled veteran-owned, historically underutilized business zone (HUBZone) firms, as well as historically black colleges and universities/minority institutions (HBCU/MI) who bring forward agility and expertise support our customers and their missions.
Delmock Technologies, Inc.
Dynamic Management Associates
Imagine One Technology
Management Support Technology, Inc.
Academia & Nonprofit
Universities, national labs, and other non-profit research organizations with access to related services, capabilities and emerging.
Arizona State University
Georgia Technology Research Institute