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Lost data? Just AskGordy

Lost data? Just AskGordy

Gordon Flesch unveiled its brand new AskGordy application July 16 to help solve one of the thorniest problems in document management — how to make the exploding volumes of data buried in corporate electronic content management platforms searchable, accessible, and more useful.

July 2018
CrossGen takes multigenerational approach to consulting

CrossGen takes multigenerational approach to consulting

When companies hire an independent business consultant, they’re often looking for a fresh perspective as much as guidance. With CrossGen Solutions, they get both in spades, due in large part to CrossGen’s unique business model of pairing more seasoned senior consultants with bright-eyed junior consultants to offer a well-rounded take on just about any business problem.

July 2018

10+ local difference makers

Last year, as part of our Most Influential people of Greater Madison program, we began to emphasize people exerting influence under the radar. While there are still some “big shots” as part of our 2018 presentation, we continue to seek out people who don’t always operate in the limelight.

July 2018
Reading the need

Reading the need

With a new online platform, it just became easier to help underserved children in south central Wisconsin learn to read. Madison Reading Project has launched a book donation platform to help provide underserved children with books featuring diverse characters, culturally relevant titles, and bilingual text.

July 2018
Gamification: Where work meets play

Gamification: Where work meets play

With at least 25 electronic game design studios in the Greater Madison area, you could say the region knows a thing or two about the business of gaming.

May 2018

Michael Johnson leaving Boys & Girls Club for Cincy

Boys & Girls Club of Dane County president and CEO Michael Johnson announced his resignation and departure to lead the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, effective July 9.

May 2018

Former UW employee charged with theft, university makes changes

An employee of UW Housing (terminated more than a year ago) was charged with a dozen felonies after stealing $113,890 from the UW–Madison’s housing division.

May 2018
Shooting down active shooters

Shooting down active shooters

Disturbed people bent on mass shooting mayhem typically case their targets for a prolonged period of time, sometimes up to a year, before pulling off their heinous acts. What are they trying to determine? Simply put, they want to figure our whether the facility they are studying is a hard or soft target.

May 2018
Setting students up for success

Setting students up for success

The folks at United Way of Dane County know that a good education is one of the building blocks of a stable life.

May 2018

Educating the fight against poverty

Political junkies might remember the late Jack Kemp saying, “We fought a war on poverty and poverty won.” That was his blunt way of saying the war was lost because of the way we chose to fight it, and while that’s a debatable point, the fact that we’re still fighting poverty offers proof that this type of warfare must be waged constantly.

May 2018
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