The tmg-emedia history mirrors developments in Information Technology, Interactive Media, and Content — and the relationship between the three — that have shaped our world in the past quarter century.
The company started in 1989 by Chris Moschovitis, focused on providing independent technology management expertise, outsourcing, and development services. By 1992 the firm had earned a reputation as a high-end consultancy. It was then that Chris expanded one of the company’s growing areas of expertise — computer graphics and electronic publishing — into a reference publishing division focused on the creation of reference products for the library and educational markets.
The birth of the Internet found the company with a unique competitive advantage: The combination of technical, content, and design expertise, unique to the company’s skill sets, catapulted the firm at the forefront of web site content management, web design, and interactive media usability and functionality. Capitalizing in the success of its assignments, the company grew to the point of forming two wholly owned subsidiaries: The Technology Management Group, Inc. (TMG), and MTM Publishing, Inc.
In 2004 The Moschovitis Group spun off both MTM Publishing, and TMG as independent companies. MTM Publishing was sold, with Chris retaining copyright interest in works that he was personally involved in as the author. TMG went on to further expand its Internet offerings by partnering with e*media under the leadership of Anna Murray — a prominent, award winning, and internationally acclaimed interactive software development agency.
Today, tmg-e*media, inc. continues to grow today as one of the nation’s most elite and selective independent consulting firms.