N-Ovate Business Solutions has built a stellar reputation for creating strategies that reduce exposure to cyber-related risks by delivering a diverse portfolio of IT solutions, such as digital transformation, data modernization, infrastructure and security services, and construction expertise.
With over 20+ years of experience, our subject matter experts provide system assessments, consulting, and other IT services to assist our organizations with the ability to modernize and transform their IT environments to increase efficiency, scalability, and security within their network structure. We provide the best-in-class information technology services, custom information technology, information security, digital technology, operations, and R&D services.
N-Ovate has a national reach. Our team is prepared to respond quickly and in person with offices strategically positioned in Georgia, New York, and Arizona.
N-Ovate’s quality is supported by industry-leading frameworks, such as the ISO-27000 series of information security standards and rigorous client feedback assessments.
Certified Minority Owned Business
Minority Business Enterprise
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
Certified Woman-Owned Small Business
Tye Hayes | Founder + CEO
Technologist, Solutions Architect, and Business Strategist—
Tye Hayes leads with over 20 years of experience in delivering efficiency, reliability, and innovation in the Information Technology industry. As the founder and CEO of Atlanta-based tech firm N-Ovate Solutions—Hayes provides comprehensive solutions for companies and organizations within the technology, education, and government sectors.
N-Ovate Solutions specializes in providing thought leadership, project plans, operations management, and technology activations; while helping clients maximize strategic spending with innovative solutions, optimize operational cost, and secure, streamlined solutions to technology problems.
Hayes served as Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer for the City of Atlanta, Leading digital transformation following its cyber breach in 2014, Hayes guided the City through Superbowl LIII and a global pandemic. She has also served as the Deputy Chief Information Officer for Atlanta Public Schools. In this role, Hayes stabilized and restructured the district’s IT operations by focusing on innovation and citizen-centered services, increasing the agencies’ overall efficiency and equity through updates and business process improvements.