Diamond B Technology Solutions hosts 60 Tech Leaders at April 17 Member Reception in Billings

Diamond B Technology Solutions hosted 60 guests for the Alliance Member Reception on April 17 at Parsec Data Management in Billings, with food from The Windmill. Diamond B Companies VP Aaron Ramage and Marketing Director Jennifer Ullman welcomed attendees from across the state. Compliance Director Joel Hausmann led tours of the Data Center, and VP of Technology Scott Roller conducted a demonstration of the LR-x technology DBTS licenses from the US Army. Photos by Marissa Irene Photography. Find the full photo album on our website or on Facebook.

 

CONNECT: Alliance members travel across the state to gather at CEO Roundtable and reception

Attendees from across the state – Missoula, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Malta and beyond – traveled to Billings for the reception. Alvin Windy Boy, Sr., (center) CEO of new member iResponse traveled from Box Elder. Diamond B Companies VP Business Development Jim Kelly (right) spoke at the reception about Diamond B’s growing operations in Billings.

 

PROMOTE: GTUIT and CUC Software give lightning talks on their growing companies


GTUIT President and CEO Brian Cebull gives a lightning talk about the Billings-based energy tech company that builds, manufactures, and operates small-scale mobile natural gas processing systems. Cebull co-founded the company in 2011, which now employs 46 people. GTUIT has recently expanded into more national and international locations. Cebull says GTUIT bridges the gap between manual labor and engineering high tech control systems.

Check out our writeup about GTUIT in our 2017 Companies to Watch.

CUC Software, Inc. VP Development Jennifer Welzenbach also gave a lightning talk at the Billings reception. CUC Software was founded in 1981 to serve construction-driven and service industries. Today, they develop a software package for contractors and HVAC companies to conduct payroll, invoicing, and scheduling. CUC Software was the first company in Montana to start a tech apprenticeship.

 

ACCELERATE: FBI Agent Shiloh Allen speaks with the CEO Roundtable about Data Security

FBI Special Agent Shiloh Allen spoke to 25 leaders at the CEO Roundtable about protecting company data and common scams that are deployed to hack into proprietary information. Special Agent Allen is based in Bozeman and attended at the request of Alliance Board Chair Lance Tinseth.

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