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Instilling passion for learning

In “Inception”, the 2010 sci-fi thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the protagonist is forced to navigate a series of dreams, each more involved than the last. While that might seem like a strange analogy for an IT initiative, Drew Lane insists ...
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After 11 years at IBM, Berman tackles tech challenges close to home

Every day, on her short eight-block commute, Brenna Berman sees the impact of her work. Berman joined the City of Chicago in 2011 as deputy budget director, and in 2012 she was made chief information officer. Today, when a bicycle rides by as she...
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Amerisave puts the “U” in user-friendly

In the pantheon of tedious paperwork, filling out a home loan application has to be right near the top—or, more accurately, the bottom. Marion Bass harbors no illusions he’ll ever make the mortgage process enjoyable. What he and his Amerisave col...
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Reprogramming the workers’ comp industry

If a workers’ compensation insurance company tries to greatly decrease the amount of claims filed by its clients by encouraging them to be safer at work, won’t the agency eventually put itself out of business? “I think [the industry has] a long w...
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Alliant is very pleased with our experience working with the TrueLine Publishing team. We were not only impressed with the caliber of the whitepaper that was produced, but with the level of attention from the team we partnered with. They were very detailed oriented and I appreciated their follow up. They even offered to refresh the article and invited Alliant to participate in some of the design features. It is without reservation that I highly recommend other businesses partnering with this publication and I look forward to an opportunity to work with them again in the future.
— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies


Spring I 2018



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