Saturday, June 28, 2008
What started off as a slow summer has turned (as usual) into a whirlwind of activity. OS-Cubed has significant deliverables for Knowledge Athletes this summer which is going quite well - watch them for new things. We finished up a project for Alvarez and Marsal - a green project involving reducing paperwork and improving turnaround time for expense reporting. We're also talking with a major NYC business consulting firm about some exciting projects that will be starting later in the summer. On top of this we've had significant new interest in regular websites and the folks from the Rochester Small Business Council and GRE are sponsoring a new Eyes on the Future summit in October. On the home front Calvin (Mr. I'm 6' tall and can loom over you) is off to Skidmore College to attend Center for Talented Youth, doing a class in Game Theory and Probability for a few weeks, and later this summer we'll be doing a retreat in Ottowa with my Vistage group, and a vacation in Alaska and to see friends in the Northwest part of the continent. Oh, and I almost forgot to mention that OS-Cubed is now a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner - a significant achievement that we never reached in the 9 years I was at Aztek - it only took us a couple years at OS-Cubed.