Prime TSR is a technology modernization consultancy
In the simplest terms, this means that we create short and long-term, tech-based solutions that enable organizations to grow, compete and win in an ever-evolving technology landscape.
We work with Fortune 1000 organizations, including some of the best-known names in professional services, financial services, insurance, healthcare, legal, manufacturing, distribution and logistics.
Free from layers of hierarchy, with Prime TSR who you see is who you get. And who you get is a diverse team of insightful, nimble, experienced technologists.
Our mission-critical technology modernization solutions encompass three primary areas
Function is equal to form, budgets are respected and tomorrow is always in view. This is what drives us. And this is what delights our clients.
Prime TSR Founders
Following decades of vital work helping companies resolve IT system challenges and enterprise breakdowns, Prime TSR Founders Josh Davidson and Eugene Khazin joined forces in 2013.
Their experience in managing mission critical tech challenges across industry sectors, quickly evolved into a distinctive aptitude for developing world-class data and BI platforms and broad solutions around infrastructure, operations and integration.
Today Prime TSR is comprised of a diverse team of highly skilled technologists focused on strategic business modernization. Josh and Eugene have instilled a culture of pragmatism and creativity that tackles clients’ short-term challenges with speed, precision and integrity while also anticipating future technology needs to help them reach their aspirational goals.
When the critical systems of a global healthcare company began to fail following its Cloud migration, Prime TSR stopped the bleeding, then transformed the platform into an enterprise-ready, high-performance and scalable cloud architecture that could stand the test of time.
When disjointed data created a staffing nightmare, Prime TSR developed a single pane of glass solution to improve visibility into data and staffing efficiency without disrupting the company’s “way of life.”