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Archived Report:
Company Brief
Diamond Technologies

by Sherry Kercher

Docid: 00018911

Publication Date: 1702

Report Type: VENDOR


Delaware-based Diamond Technologies offers customized information
technology solutions to meet the specific needs of regional business,
government, and nonprofit organizations. The company, which is
privately-held, offers application development, SharePoint portal, project
management, IT strategy, mobility, infrastructure, and virtualization
services. This report describes the company and its product lines.

Report Contents:

Fast Facts

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Name: Diamond Technologies
221 West 9th Street
Suite 200
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 656-6050
Fax: (302) 656-6058
E-mail: info@diamondtechnologies.com
Web: http://www.diamondtechnologies.com/
Type of Vendor: Systems Integrator, Consultant
Founded: 1996
Service Areas: Application development and integration;
Web solutions; database solutions; hosting and managed services; network
and systems services.


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Diamond Technologies offers an array of IT services and support to help
companies expand their business opportunities and revenue. The company was
founded in 1996 by Greg Ballance and Chuck Burns, and moved its corporate
headquarters to Wilmington, Delaware in 2011. It operates a satellite
office just outside of Philadelphia, PA.

Diamond has developed its business around integrating technologies from
market-leading IT vendors. It offers services to a variety of
organizations in both the public and private sectors, including banking,
state and local government, gaming, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals,
chemicals, and financial services. Animas Corporation, AIG, the city of
Wilmington, and the Delaware Department of Education are among Diamond
Technologies’ key clients. Diamond Technologies works to develop custom
applications for clients by fostering alliances with large, well-known
software and solutions providers. The company has a versatile project
history, managing to secure a number of large regional customers including
Wawa, the National Constitution Center, the State of Delaware, the State
of Maryland, the State of Pennsylvania, and American Water. 

Key Executives

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Diamond Technologies is led by the following executives:

  • Greg Ballance – Co-founder, CEO & President
  • Vincent A. Borrelli – Director of Operations
  • Tony Tancredi – Director of Technology

Major Products

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Diamond Technologies’ main areas of business include application
development and integration, infrastructure, IT strategy and planning,
mobility, project management, and SharePoint portals. Table 1 depicts the
services of Diamond Technologies.

Table 1. Diamond Technologies Services




Application Development and Integration

Architecture, design, development, and deployment of customized
business offerings. Also includes resources and consulting.

Accenture,  IBM Global Services, EDS, CSC


Includes the entire framework of networks, servers, and
database management. 

EDS, IBM Global Services, CSC

IT Strategy and Planning

Includes the development, validation, and blueprinting of
business systems and technology. 

IBM Global Services, Accenture


Encompasses messaging, calendaring, and contact management and
all processes that can ensure a company’s workforce is

IBM Global Services

Project Management

Supports every project through time, cost, and scope of



Provides strategies for business continuity, “Green IT,” server
consolidation, and desktop virtualization.

Microsoft, Oracle, VMware, Intel, Citrix, IBM

urSphere Hosted cloud service aimed at small and
mid-sized businesses.
IBM Global Services, Microsoft,
AT&T, CSC, VMware, Citrix

SharePoint Portals

Includes consulting services for SharePoint Portal Server
2003/2007 and Windows SharePoint Services. 


Major Competitors

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Diamond faces a number of notable competitors in the market. These

Recent Activity

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Diamond Technologies continues to enhance its urSphere offering, which is
a cloud-based outsourcing service designed for small- and mid-sized
businesses. This offering provides Microsoft Office 365 integration;
managed applications, servers, and printers; server/workstation
integration; cloud applications, guidance, and implementation; disaster
recovery and business continuity; virtualization; and 24/7/365 service.
Additionally, Diamond has been involved with ITWorks in the Delaware
Valley region. This organization provides free IT training to at-risk
young adults. Diamond has been employing graduates of this program to help
supplement its internal project teams as needed.

About the Author

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Sherry Kercher is an editor for Faulkner Information
Services. She holds a master’s degree in library and information science,
and tracks and writes about storage, communication networks and equipment,
and Internet technologies.

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