Features November 2019

Amit Basu – International Seaways

The petroleum shipping industry can be cyclical in nature, ebbing and flowing with global oil’s supply and demand. Adding to that challenge are the shifting tides of the world economy—and those tides are certainly moving—with unpredictable weather conditions, geopolitical events, acts of God and regulatory changes. To survive this volatility—even thrive—a shipping company needs a business strategy for managing uncertainties and […]

Bruce Emrick – The Garland Company

Today, talk of the cloud saturates just about every IT conversation. But in 2008? Not so much. Back then, most companies were still getting familiar with a concept that wouldn’t take root for another five years, let alone be adopted. Not so for The Garland Company, which in that year was already migrating its infrastructure […]

Carmina Delgado – Santander Global Tech Mexico

As a woman in IT—a male-dominated industry, especially south of the U.S. border—and as a single mother to a 10-year-old son, Carmina Delgado says she knows about challenge. But this Mexico City native also understands perseverance, as well as the importance of bringing a personal approach to a highly technical position—in her case, IT mainframe […]

Chad Ritchie – Solarity Credit Union

If you’ve ever filled out an online feedback or comment form—whether your opinion happens to be positive or negative—the thought has undoubtedly crossed your mind: “Why am I even bothering? No one is actually going to read this.” But Solarity Credit Union prides itself on that very practice. The financial institution reads—and more importantly, digests—all […]

Daniel Fields – Enviro Safety Products

When he was 11, Daniel Fields welded a brush shredder to an old three-wheeler to clear brush on his family’s farm. It made the chore much easier, he remembers, but not all his time-saving endeavors worked so well—he almost lost some fingers. Today, that knack for experimentation and creative problem-solving is strong as ever for […]

David Hayes – Englert Inc.

Upon commencing with the duties of the office of CIO for his new employer in June 2018, David Hayes didn’t know that family-owned Englert Inc. was being positioned for sale. Its credentials as a national roofing and gutter heavyweight based in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, were well established, but as Hayes soon realized, something stood […]

Erik Fritsch – Versova

The latest high-tech augmented reality glasses may be the last thing one would expect to see at egg farms in Iowa and Ohio. But when something needs repair or deeper insight at Versova, employees can now slip on the problem-solving eyewear. As if by magic, a supervisor—located anywhere—can connect and guide the project from afar, […]

Francisco Moya – Buyers Edge Platform

Twenty years ago, independent restaurants that sourced their goods from large distributors (think Sysco and US Foods) didn’t have much clout when it came to cost savings. As prices for products fluctuated, restaurants had two choices: find savings elsewhere, or use a different vendor altogether. John Davie had a better idea. Bringing together several restaurants […]

Gary Upton – Sage Automotive Interiors

In a plant in Marietta, South Carolina, miles of fabric methodically turn around large spools in the world of automotive fabric manufacturing. In years past a person would be tasked with spotting minute defects of thread, lint or color. Requiring patience, dedication and deep concentration, it was a time-consuming job to make sure the quality […]

Greg Limperis – Hampton School District

It sounded like a battlefield promotion for Greg Limperis when the role of interim principal at the Hampton, N.H., middle school was added to his primary responsibility as the district’s director of educational technology. How long that interim would be, Limperis couldn’t say, but when speaking to Toggle in late August, he was hoping his […]

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