Tag: culture

Repurposed Corporate Computers Grow Indiana’s Future Technology Workforce

Repurposed Corporate Computers Grow Indiana’s Future Technology Workforce

Doug Booth

INDIANAPOLIS, July 11, 2016 – With the help of companies like Interactive Intelligence, out-of-warranty technology is being repurposed by start-up Multiply Technology, and issued back to the Indiana community through small-scale businesses, nonprofits and other organizations in need of low-cost tech solutions. “When a computer goes out-of-warranty or reaches its end-of-life, our… Read More »

How We Help Your Business Support Communities

How We Help Your Business Support Communities

Aaron Padgett

Last week, we discussed the niceties and pitfalls of donating your laptops directly to organizations and individuals that support communities. The complications and work required to prepare your hardware for donation can be time-consuming and counter-productive. However, your heart is still bent on making a positive impact on your local community. How… Read More »

Should My Business Donate Laptops?

Should My Business Donate Laptops?

Aaron Padgett

To donate your outdated, end-of-life hardware to those in need is probably something many in enterprise corporations have thought about at one point or another. It’s great technology going to a great cause; why hesitate? You know you’re giving for the greater good, and you are still multiplying the good left… Read More »

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

Doug Booth

What’s a relationship manifesto? Well.. Have you ever been inspired by someone or something? A cause worth getting behind? A person worth supporting? What moved you to action? Think about it… Was it WHAT they were doing? Was it HOW they were doing it? Was it WHY they were doing… Read More »

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Alyssa Bean

What does your workspace look like? They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, here’s a challenge: Take a picture of your office workspace. What does it tell you? About yourself? About your company? What are you communicating to the rest of the world? Does it align with… Read More »

Community Service: Plant a Legacy 2016

Community Service: Plant a Legacy 2016

Mandy Padgett

On April 16, we put on our work gloves, tied our bandannas, and joined hands for a day of community service and giving. Our thanks to Faith Hope & Love food pantry for letting us be part of your community for the day! We enjoyed it immensely and we learned a lot. Highlights… Read More »

Millenials Can’t Time Travel

Millenials Can’t Time Travel

Aaron Padgett

What do you mean, time travel? If you listened to a Walkman, stayed connected via pager, or know what this sound is, then there’s something that you can do that no millenial can (yet): Time travel. Before we roll the clock back ten years, quick: Do you remember your top… Read More »

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

Doug Booth

Ever wonder what something as simple as iteration can do to an individual? A team? A company? Look no further! Iteration is a constant. Individually, these two words are polar opposites. Iterate (to obtain successively closer approximations to the solution of a problem or to improve a system) implies movement… Read More »

Community Champion: Maria Weir

Community Champion: Maria Weir

Ashwin Malik

We’re excited to share the story of our February Community Champion, Maria Weir! Maria makes a huge positive impact on the lives of her students through a virtual school system. Just listening to her story inspires us! Community Champion Nominations Do you know of an individual or organization that has… Read More »