About Synteractive

Synteractive was founded in 2003 and is committed to solving the really big problems in the world through social and technological innovation. We radically improve agility, effectiveness, and efficiency for businesses, the public sector, and non-profits. Our products simplify cloud computing, enhance data collaboration, increase transparency and accountability. Our consulting services assist with strategy, business transformation, and business solution engineering to help your organization move to the next level.

Synteractive's range of expertise includes web and enterprise 2.0, data visualization, risk analytics, business intelligence, enterprise collaboration, business process reengineering, and cloud computing. We craft solutions using a rigorous Agile approach, delivered by our diverse team of Business Solution Engineers. Our enterprise products leverage industry-leading platforms such as SharePoint, Azure, and Amazon Web Services to address orchestration problems such as social media management, data collaboration, risk management, data quality, and simplifying cloud computing.

However, the foundation that underlies all that we do at Synteractive is our culture of shared values, our history of innovation and excellence, and smart people including management and advisors who drive the vision. Our success is a direct result of our client’s success. In 2010, we were proud to be named Microsoft’s Federal Partner of the Year, ranked #86 on Lead 411’s Technology 500, and #64 on the INC 500 list of Fastest Growing Companies.

  • Meet a Synteractivist

    Elana Schaffer

    Elana joined the Synteractive team in 2013 as an Engagement Manager, with over ten years of experience in web project management and client relations. Prior to joining Synteractive, Elana worked with various marketing companies to oversee website development projects for commercial and government clients. She has a background in communication, usability, accessibility and overall project and program management.
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