Latest Acuative News


March 23rd, 2021

Tech Elite

Acuative is proud to be recognized in the CRN 2021 Tech Elite 250 list. The annual list is comprised of solution providers in the US and Canada who have earned multiple, premier IT certifications, specializations and partner program designations from industry-leading technology providers.

 tech elite 250 RANKINGS 


March 8th, 2021

international women

Happy International Women's Day! Acuative is committed to achieving a more equitable and inclusive workforce and today we celebrate our women around the world.

We encourage all men and women to step out of the gender roles to build a future that stands firmly on the foundation of talent, skills and values.



March 5th, 2021

Customer First

Acuative’s Customer 1st Awards are not only a recognition program but also a cultural initiative that defines how we interact and build successful relationships with our customers. It is a program to help ensure our external customers are our biggest priority and that we are always committed to their satisfaction and happiness.

We are very happy to announce our latest winners. All of these team members went above and beyond during a very challenging year in their support of our customers.


February 23rd, 2021


Acuative has been recognized on CRN’s Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list for 2021 in the Security 100 category for a 6th consecutive year. The MSP 500 list recognizes the top technology providers and consultants whose forward-thinking approach to providing managed services is changing the landscape of the IT channel.



January 14th, 2021

NJ Charity

In December, Acuative ran a campaign with our customers to donate meals to the Community Foodbank of New Jersey. We were pleased to understand that the amount raised will provide nearly 20,000 meals to those most in need in the local area.

Vince Sciarra, Acuative CEO (pictured) and Patrick Danna, CFO visited the Foodbank to meet the team who were delighted to receive the donation from Acuative.

Vince and Patrick were also given a tour of the facility, where CFBNJ collect, sort and re-distribute food packages donated by local supermarkets and stores. CFBNJ rely on groups of volunteers to help with the work and Acuative plan to donate our time in the future with a volunteer day.

More than 1.2 million people facing hunger in New Jersey, including nearly 400,000 children, CFBNJ fills the emptiness caused by hunger with Food, Help and Hope.