Raffi Jamgotchian founded Triada Networks in the fall of 2008, when the current financial meltdown began. Raffi found an opportunity to help small investment firms that were struggling to meet government and industry regulations. In particular, Raffi found that the largest risk points were keeping client data extremely protected and backed up properly. We establish the proper infrastructure required for regulatory compliance and real security as well as an IT maintenance and consulting program that typical increases uptime and reduces costs.
He discovered that most small businesses underspend in the near-term and end up overspending in the long term on their technology investments. Many see IT as a necessary evil or cost-center that can put a drain on the bottom line. Small business owners are interested in maximizing their revenues while minimizing costs. However, with adding some planning and proper vision, companies can reduce their exposure to undo risk and increase efficiency.
Although they don’t have the scale of their larger cousins, small businesses can leverage technology just as medium and large businesses do. Triada Networks’ mission is to work with small businesses who want to ensure that they are getting the most out of their technology.
Triada Networks works with business to build an Information Technology program that is aligned to your business from the ground up. Triada Networks leverages IT automation to reduce risk, improve efficiencies, and drive cost out of business processes. Ultimately, allowing IT to become something that the business can strategically leverage.
Raffi began working with computers at the age of 7 when he got his TI-99/4. Raffi Jamgotchian graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer and Systems Engineering, and holds a M.B.A. in Information Systems from Fairleigh Dickenson University. Raffi worked with Crestron Electronics as a Systems Engineer before starting his IT career in 1995 with Chancellor Capital Management (later Chancellor LGT and INVESCO) and eventually became the Director of IT Infrastructure for New York and held the lead role in several global projects. Raffi left INVESCO to help start Canaras Capital Management in 2006, a boutique investment firm based in NYC before starting Triada Networks in 2008.
Raffi and his family live in Northvale, NJ where he is a Director of Recreation Soccer and a former councilman.