Apple and Hewlett Packard weren’t the only highly-innovative tech companies to have been launched in the founder’s garage. Twenty-five years ago, Atrion founder Charlie Nault’s rich vision for the future also began amidst modest surroundings. Then working together with current CEO Tim Hebert, the company was set on a path of rapid growth that has led to Atrion’s occupying its newest state-of-the-art headquarters and service center in April 2012.
There were no shortcuts to building this legacy of success - it was accomplished by having a positive, lasting impact on our clients’ businesses, as well as working to improve the quality of life of our employees and the communities we live in. Atrion’s approach has always been a little different than most other technology companies, because we believe that the most important innovation extends to the manner in which we do business as well.
Take a look at some of Atrion’s major innovation achievements and milestones:
2012 - Founded Project Leadership Initiative
2012 - Workforce Agility Services developed
2011 - Technical Advisory Council formed
2010 - AlwaysOn becomes Atrion’s key imperative and philosophy
2009 - “Risk Free Technology” by Charlie Nault published
2009 - Apprenticeship Program started
2005 - Fusion of Business & Technology Methodology launched
2003 - Leadership Initiatives are birthed
2000 - Atrion Client Advisory Board meets for first time
1998 - Project Management Office & Discipline launched
1995 - maxtime™ Managed Service practice introduced
1992 - “Total Support” Unified IT Support Model launched
1987 - 7/24/365 Support Assistance Program introduced