Triple-I Was There

In the 2000s, the increased use of wireless technology, high-speed Internet connections and a proliferation of mobile devices vastly expanded access to, and use of, the Internet.

Whole new industries were born.

Smartphones and tablets saw tremendous growth. Web 2.0 and social media emerged: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn blurred the lines between our personal and professional lives. Open source software was common; gaming went interactive and online with global increase of broadband usage; and technology was commoditized with the widely used iMac: 3.1Ghz, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 27-inch screen, which cost $1,999. The 9/11 terrorist attacks happened; outsourcing and offshoring strategies emerged; and Apple became the world’s most valuable company.      

Global access to the Internet and the changing nature of technical work resulted in the establishment of strategic business relationships.

We were there…

When Jones Knowledge engaged us to help them design, architect and develop the world’s first accredited, fully on-line eEducation system for course delivery and administration.

When Honeywell FM&T, a high-tech production facility for non-nuclear components and systems, chose us as its strategic provider of IT Managed Services.

When Southwest Financial services needed a cutting edge, web-based system that would provide Internet-based services to support its aggressive growth plans.        

When the U. S. Army needed a company with the vision and capability to implement an enterprise-wide knowledge management program utilizing facilitated forums and the application of advanced-collaborative technologies.

When Cessna engaged us to lead the Program and Project Management of its Larger Cabin Concept (LCC) Program to design, develop and build the largest business class plane that Cessna had ever built.

The complexity of today’s technologies and businesses continues to evolve – so do Triple-I’s services and solutions.

“The cloud services companies of all sizes…The cloud is for everyone. The cloud is a democracy.”
- Marc Benioff, CEO Salesforce