Thriveon Sponsors Manufacturers Alliance Seminar
Predictability: It’s what Safety and IT Management have in common
New Ulm, MN 9/8/2017 – Thriveon, a Minnesota IT service that combines strategy and management is the sponsor for the Manufacturers Alliance seminar on October 12th, “Engaging Every Individual in Safety.” At the seminar, three speakers will be presenting tactics they have used at their manufacturing companies to keep safety top of mind with their employees.
“There are some interesting connections with creating a culture of safety and how we work with clients here at Thriveon,” said Sam Bloedow, CEO. “When companies promote safety they are proactively creating predictability. That is one of our goals, too. In fact, establishing a predictable IT foundation is a stepping stone to using IT as an effective part of business strategy.”
For any business, keeping employees safe includes ongoing awareness of cybersecurity. In addition to robust layers of technical security, Thriveon offers Cybersecurity Awareness Training to clients to help them create a culture of safety as people work with technology.
Thriveon is a member of the Manufacturers Alliance. We work with manufacturing companies to fully support internal IT staff or to provide a whole IT department for companies with 20 – 500 computers for a fixed monthly fee. Interested in how IT unpredictability might be holding your business back? Get our E-Book “Top 5 Reasons IT is Unpredictable” at https://www.thriveon.net/
Our clients come to us because they want IT strategy and services that will unleash their business success. At Thriveon, we believe IT ought to provide predictable results, for a predictable cost, and help companies do more. The results our clients receive are that their risk of business interruption is drastically reduced; they become able to do more business with fewer people, and they can budget more predictable. We take them from the circling whirlwind of IT issues that are holding business back, onto a path to success where IT enables their business goals.
Lori Creighton, Marketing Manager