Features

Archana Vemulapalli – Washington DC

Not quite Maryland, not quite Virginia, Washington D.C. may be its own kingdom stationed on the Potomac, but it faces technology challenges similar to those of any other major metropolis, including tight budgets and a lack of access to digital devices for low-income residents. If anything, the challenges may be more pervasive in the nation’s […]

Arturo Cervantes – Navistar

In the uptime department of Navistar’s Mexico City offices, an employee scrolls through the truck repair database and immediately catches a red flag. One of the company’s ProStar trucks has been in a Guadalajara shop for four days—a day longer than expected. Within a few clicks, they’ve uncovered the reason for the delay: a hard-to-find […]

Augusta, Georgia, CityWatch

Tameka Allen, the longtime director of information technology in Augusta and Richmond County in Georgia, got something of a battlefield promotion in 2014. Her responsibilities were upgraded to interim city administrator in the months that passed between the dismissal of veteran boss Fred Russell and the hiring of Janice Allen Jackson. While most comfortable in […]

Avtex Solutions LLC

Avtex Solutions LLC (Avtex) was founded in the 1970s as a voice processing company handling the integration of telecommunications and data communications. The growth of computer telephony, IP communications and multi-channel interactions provided opportunities for Avtex to develop strategic partnerships with Interactive Intelligence and Microsoft. Avtex became a strong representative of customer interaction software, as […]

Barbara Nesbitt – School District of Pickens County

It’s the last week in July, and at Pickens Elementary in Pickens, South Carolina, dozens of students are filing off the bus and into the modest brick school. Over the next four hours, instructors will conduct a series of reading lessons via newly issued iPads. Once the day’s learning is done, the buses will return […]

Being SMART about hi-tech

In Westchester County, New York, SMART EDISON isn’t just an ode to the inventor of the light bulb. It makes up connected acronyms that John McCaffrey plugs into while overseeing info-tech in the sprawling county that has New York City at its southern border. That’s SMART as in specific, measurable, accountable, relevant, timely—the five tangibles […]

Bernie Castro – Cumberland County College

Bernie Castro began his career in information technology while he was still pursuing his undergraduate degree in business management at William Paterson University in New Jersey. Working as a student technology consultant, Castro trained faculty on various educational technology tools to be applied in the classrooms. It was at this position that Castro found his […]

Bettie Backus – Virginia State University

Back in 1882, the year Virginia State University was founded, food production was still very much a binary matter: the more hooves and hands in the field, the bigger and better the yield. By contrast, modern agriculture has—for better or worse—become a question of manufacturing; one with which VSU agronomists have increasingly had to grapple […]

Bill Anderson — Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s College sits on a pristine 440-acre campus just outside of Burlington in Colchester, Vermont. Since 1904 the small liberal arts and sciences school has served students within a close-knit community. Saint Michael’s is currently home to 2,000 undergrads and more than 500 commuter and graduate students. With an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Saint Michael’s […]

Bill Greeves – Wake County, North Carolina

From the standpoint of organization and funding alone, local governance can seem impossible. After all, towns and cities tackle everything from running public schools and maintaining transportation systems to creating landfills. But somehow, every county finds solutions, and increasingly, many of the solutions are based in technology. Case in point? Wake County, North Carolina. With […]

Testimonials

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

LATEST EDITION

Winter II 2019

READ NOW

GET TOGGLE IN YOUR INBOX.

  • * We’ll never share your email or info with anyone.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.