> Chip Heberden
Chip talks to strangers. On purpose. And, with purpose. He’s interested in discovering new perspectives and avoiding bad habits. Chip struck out on his own business path in 2000, and he hasn’t looked back. Today, he empowers his team and his clients to enthusiastically pursue value-based technology. In other words, he wants to support them, to help them be successful, and to use systems and tools to achieve their purpose. An Indianapolis native, Chip is an avid runner and community advocate. He has been active with Big Brothers Big Sisters for a decade as a volunteer, and he enjoys working with nonprofit clients to maximize their resources for the greater good. He is continually challenging himself, and learning from others; one conversation at a time.
> Cody Lents
Life is an unfamiliar refrain for Cody, and he prefers it that way. His pursuit of variety is relentless. From music to tech to business to his personal running routes. He’s comfortable with change. He seeks out growing companies and nonprofits because they evolve quickly, and they appreciate his adaptability. Cody works alongside visionary leaders, anticipating their needs and supporting their success. He’s a tireless advocate for his clients.
> Jack Musick
For Jack, technology presents a limitless opportunity for discovery. His screen-time started with countless hours playing (and beating) Wolfenstein 3D on his dad’s Windows 95 laptop. Today, he’s moved from the abyss to the cloud, but he still feels like a kid – learning something new each day. Jack has a penchant for problem solving, and he enjoys the challenge of automating and customizing business applications. He’s an analytical sort, one who’s never quite satisfied. He considers himself fortunate to work in a field that encourages continuous improvement.
> Teddie Linder
For Teddie, obstacles are meant to be overcome. And then avoided, in the future, with the right people and the right processes. She’s tireless in her pursuit of solutions — ones that make her clients’ jobs easier and their businesses more successful. Whether she’s hiking with her dogs or serving on the Indy Rainbow Chamber board, Teddie is committed to personal and collective growth. She admires people who persevere and hopes to follow their example.
> Brandon Taylor
Brandon is a tinkerer. He works with his hands on everything from his 1992 Mustang to his first Hackintosh build. You could say, he “gets” machines. Early on, a high school teacher recognized Brandon’s tech talent and encouraged his career aspirations, pointing him in the right direction. Today, he combines his problem solving with people skills for our clients. Brandon’s friendly voice is reassuring, but his know-how truly saves the day.