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Leverage the Web to become a World Class Leader

Get a World Class Web Presence that Wows: Web Strategy

It seems that almost anyone these days can build a website. However, it’s not just about building and publishing a website. It’s about knowing and using the latest and most effective web technologies to transform your business through web application best-practice strategies. Whether you are looking to build a new website to establish your personal and individual web presence or build a highly functional and highly usable web application for your organization, it is important you’re ready to compete in this competitive arena.

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  • Learn how to best use your website to package your genius.
  • What is a “source of truth” and why is it extremely important.
  • Learn how to effectively use social media to sell your expertise.
  • Incorporate your passion and profession to become a World Class Leader.

What Clients are Saying…

Global Technology Leader
Wylie has been an outstanding technology leader of the HCI Team. He has been the key driver of a wide variety of improvements to the infrastructure, stability, and capability of IT. His leadership and organizational abilities have led to significant process improvements for HCI in areas including vetting technology vendors, software support and IT organizational management. Wylie deployed a database system which allowed HCI to be the first, of several state funded vendors, to utilize claims data for health risk assessment phase of our care coordination program. In addition, he led initiatives to improve consistency and reliability of key servers by moving them to an offsite data center, deployed a ticket and management system for our IT Helpdesk team and instilled an organizational approach to IT management. Wylie is a Global Technology Leader and I would highly recommend Wylie for any IT team and look forward to working with him in the future.
Fajr Bland
Healthcare Consortium of Illinois