New World Solutions was founded in 1996 by Jim Cronin. The mission statement at the time was to bring the technological benefits enjoyed by large corporations to the small to mid-sized business that dominate Long Island. That mission remains the same today.
Jim Cronin began his career in technology in 1976. Starting as a programmer/analyst, Jim quickly worked his way up to the director level where he managed multi-site operations while providing the companies he worked for with advanced, cost saving solutions that were considered cutting edge given the technology available at the time.
In 1984, Jim started his first company, Data Alternatives, Inc., which provided custom programming and analysis services to some of the leading organizations on Long Island, including Tambrands and Henry Schein. During that time, though, it was becoming more and more clear to Jim that the landscape was changing dramatically in the world of technology and it's impact on business.
So in 1988, Jim started his second company, Systron, Inc. Systron's focus was to deliver cutting edge solutions to corporate America utilizing the PC and the PC network as the primary platform. The gamble was a correct one. PC's revolutionized the way companies do business and also brought technology to companies that previously couldn't afford it. In 7 years Jim built Systron into a highly regarded technical solutions provider with $20M in revenues and 80 employees with offices in Hauppauge, Manhattan (Wall St.), New Jersey and Connecticut. Systron's cutomer base included Chase Manhattan Bank, Citibank, Merrill Lynch, and Pespi Cola amongst a list of hundreds of recognizable names, most in the Fortune 500.
In 1996, with the Internet redefining the way companies do business and seeing a huge disconnect between service providers and small businesses, Jim decided to sell his stake in Systron and began New World Solutions. Jim brings this depth and scope to the small businesses of the region and provides unmatched levels of service, responsiveness and expertise.