Features August 2020

Rick Lindberg – ASTM International

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It wasn’t the kind of matrix you’d need Keanu Reeves or Laurence Fishburne to navigate. And it certainly wasn’t a mind-bending journey through multiple dimensions that Rick Lindberg had in mind. But the matrix Lindberg developed—one of his first initiatives as vice president and CIO at ASTM International—did help set the stage for how the […]

Harvey Guindi – Health Network Laboratories

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, HNL Lab Medicine is one of the country’s leading full-service medical laboratories, providing testing and related diagnostic services to physicians, hospitals, long-term care facilities, employers and industrial accounts through its 60 regional patient centers. When Harvey Guindi joined HNL as its new CIO in 2013, that legacy was a big reason […]

Matt Ball – ParkMobile

Est. reading time: 5 mins

How long have you waited for this night out? The dinner reservations are set, the sitter has arrived, and the concert tickets are in hand (or on your phone, more likely). Let’s hope you won’t wait as long to find a parking spot: circling city blocks for a vacant space, passing filled garages and fumbling […]

C. Edward Watson – Association of American Colleges and Universities

Est. reading time: 6 mins

Despite the lofty language that infused our founding documents, history has proven that not all people have been treated equally in this country—especially with respect to education. That’s where the Association of American Colleges and Universities comes in. “Our goal is to help our member institutions provide the best quality of learning while ensuring all […]

Bob Fishtrom – Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

In the backyard of the tech industry, one California school district’s tech is undergoing a huge transformation. From the fiber and Wi-Fi connections making a network possible to the laser projectors making learning vivid, Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District is upping its game with the guidance of an IT veteran who’s focused on […]

Rob Brichler – Axcess Financial

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Four years ago, if a new requirement hit the system at Axcess Financial—say, a change in a state’s new financial regulations—it might’ve been a bit of a scramble to support the request. Now, thanks to the implementation of cloud-based tools, CTO Rob Brichler can easily plan for a quick turnaround. It’s a move that’s changing […]

Lisa Spencer – Prince George’s County Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Getting Prince George’s County Public Schools fully into the digital age has been a long process, but one that picked up speed as the 20th largest public school district in the U.S. found its schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. As Lisa Spencer tells it, she’s helped integrate the school system’s tech for more […]

Scott Krueger – Salelytics

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Even for someone who’s a 20-year veteran of an established company, a new year can mean a fresh start. Such was the case in 2020 for COO Scott Krueger and the Appleton, Wisconsin-based Salelytics. For 30 years, Salelytics has handled inside sales, account management and inbound support services for Fortune 100 and 500 companies. In […]

Nick D’Aquila – Assisted Living Services Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For someone who accepted the job with no experience, Nick D’Aquila sure knows how to make tech work for Assisted Living Services Inc. But then, it’s not just any company he joined—it was founded by his parents in a room above the garage at their home in Connecticut. Now the CIO, D’Aquila is modernizing the […]

Bill Dorminy – Point University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s a unique institution of higher learning on the Georgia-Alabama line. Point University—Atlanta Christian College, pre-2011—has several times as many students learning remotely than the 700 on campus. A diverse student population too, many of them adults from far away, but united in Christian faith. Such an operation can’t be run on good faith alone, […]


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