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Jeff Clement, Managing Director of our Dallas office, ran as part of The MedAssets Hire Heroes USA 5K Race for Heroes, on May 16, 2015!
The MedAssets Hire Heroes USA 5K Race for Heroes is a five kilometer road race that is a charity fundraising event for Hire Heroes USA. It is a family-friendly event whose key purpose is to raise crucial funds from both individuals and corporate sponsors to help Hire Heroes achieve its truly important mission to serve those who have served us.
Hire Heroes USA (Hire Heroes) is dedicated to creating job opportunities for US military veterans and their spouses through personalized employment training and corporate engagement. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, Hire Heroes services are provided at no cost to the veteran.
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IT Staffing Leader CCCi Names Rob MacLane President, Janet Piper EVP and CFO 

ATLANTA, May 14, 2015 – CCCi, a leader in IT staffing for nearly 40 years, today announced Rob MacLane as its new President and has promoted Janet Piper to Executive Vice President (EVP) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The change in management is a result of the retirement of CEO Charleen McBrayer, who has been part of the CCCi family for 37 years. 

In his new role, MacLane is charged with developing and executing advanced strategic plans to drive the company’s mission and objectives, while continuing to grow revenue and profitability for the organization. MacLane joined CCCi last year, and prior to that helped lead two of the fastest growing staffing companies in the industry. 

Piper has been integral to CCCi’s success for more than 20 years, and as EVP and CFO, is responsible for directing its financial vision to support successful company operations and growth. As a key member of the executive leadership team, she will assume a strategic role in the overall management of the company.

CCCi has its roots in Atlanta, with additional offices in Dallas, Charlotte and Birmingham, serving customers across 20 states.  Moving forward under the new leadership, the company is targeting 20 percent year-over-year growth, and is launching an engineering staffing practice and a military transition service for veterans across all markets. 

“We are excited to see such an increased need for IT and engineering talent in our markets,” said MacLane. “With our current solutions and the introduction of our engineering staffing practice, we remain committed to serving our key markets across the U.S. I’m excited about the recent company changes and the opportunities they bring to CCCi. We congratulate Charleen on her retirement, and look forward to working with the new leadership team as we positively impact the community.”

With its unique pulse on the talent market, CCCi has become more vocal about the issues, trends and challenges facing the IT workforce and talent pool today. CCCi has recently taken a leading role in Atlanta Tech Edge, a weekly television program addressing the Atlanta technology market. MacLane will provide the weekly technology jobs report as well as commentary and analysis for the IT market. The program airs Sunday mornings at 11:30 a.m. EST on WXIA 11Alive.  

CCCi operates from the core philosophy of servant leadership, which is found in long time CCCi advisor Don Barden’s book, “The Perfect Plan.” CCCi is a certified Perfect Plan Company.

“Moving forward, we will further integrate the principles of servant leadership founded in ‘The Perfect Plan’ into our culture. We look forward to continued growth and profitability, as we provide leadership training to our customers and staff focused on serving others,” Piper said. 

The company’s new patriot hiring initiative will focus on placing veterans of the U.S. military in jobs consistent with their training, while helping them transition to civilian life. Its principles are driven by United States Army Rangers and the Ranger Training Brigade headquartered at Fort Benning, Ga., and the Sua Sponte Foundation who are also recognized in Barden’s “The Perfect Plan.”

About CCCi

CCCi is one of the industry’s most established and reputable staffing firms. Founded in 1978, CCCi has been innovating to deliver staffing solutions for the IT industry for nearly 40 years.  Most recently, CCCi launched an additional engineering staffing practice, and will soon launch a military transition service program, and a servant leadership training practice to better serve its customers across the U.S.  CCCi is committed to addressing the talent needs of small, medium and enterprise-level companies in more than 20 markets. The company is headquartered in Atlanta with regional offices in Dallas, Birmingham and Charlotte.  For more information, visit www.cccitpeople.com. 
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Measuring Agility in Management: An Assessment Tool for Product/Portfolio Teams

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New management techniques promoted by the Agile and Lean Start Up movements focus on empirical data to drive decision making. In Lean, the pivot concept is firmly planted in the Build – Measure – Learn cycle. In Agile, working product demonstrated at a cadence and reporting on team metrics are core to having an agile software team. While many organizations measure their team competencies in Agile practices using a maturity model, management teams are not commonly evaluated. In this talk, a management assessment tool for Agile Product and Portfolio teams will be discussed. Example data and a hands on scoring workshop will equip attendees to use this tool in their own organizations.

About the Speaker: 

Jann Thomas is a 20-year veteran of the software industry. She has worked as a developer, team lead and development manager leading teams to deliver great software. Jann has been practicing Agile development techniques since 1998 and implemented her first Agile Project in 2000. She has a Project Manager Professional certification from the Project Management Institute, with a master’s degree in Computer Science.
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Meet dinner speaker Kris Krava.  Kris is Founder and Experience Director for SimplyInteract, an Atlanta-based digital product design consultancy. He contributes 16 years of expertise in the user experience, visual design and development of mobile, tablet, touchscreen and desktop products and services. His client list features many Fortune 100 companies, including GM, GE, Ford, AT&T, Verizon, Home Depot, State Farm, Disney, Sears and Allstate.  SimplyInteract, under his leadership, partners with clients to resolve business, marketing and product design challenges from a holistic, user-oriented perspective. The team takes pride in guiding the client partners toward discovering and better understanding the challenges facing their business and their customers.
Kris will be asking “What is UX?” - In recent years, 'user experience' (UX) has become a rather common term.  Everyone, from comedians to grandparents, seems to have adopted it into their lexicon. It makes sense. We all know we are "users" of digital products and we want those "experiences" to be positive. Still, UX is an ironically non-sensical acronym and the practice of UX remains vaguely defined. Adding to the confusion, every UX'er seems to have a slightly different definition of the practice, based on what they do personally. Kris will introduce you to core concepts of UX, shedding light on its value to your business and how it can be implemented into your existing processes.  

Come learn with us at ATIP Atlanta.  Remember, online registration closes today but you are always welcome at the door!

To register: http://tinyurl.com/kv8hzg8
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In this session, Troy discusses how proper capture, analysis and presentation of metrics that help drive fruitful Agile transformation and coaching engagements. Using metrics as a motivator is a double-edged sword; some metrics motivate gaming rather than the intended improvement goal, and it’s important to understand consequences of any metrics program. This session looks at how to balance a metrics program, and use data to choose and prioritize coaching intervention and improvement strategies. We also look at how to use data for forecasting project progress and completion without having to estimate every piece of work with clever (but simple) statistical techniques.
Agenda:
1. Appropriate use of metrics - selection and behavioral risks 
2. Helping teams identify their next target area of Agile improvement - making metrics contextual to teams and driving coaching 
3. Measuring organizational impact - putting a dollar value on Agile change and coaching efforts 
4. Forecasting without estimation - some fun statistical facts that eliminate the need to forecast
In a more controversial part of the evening, Troy will present and defend his theory that some teams should use Kanban and some teams should use Scrum and why! 
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Troy Magennis - Focused Objective - Troy has been involved with technology companies since 1994, fulfilling roles from QA through to VP for multinational companies. Troy speaks at many Agile conferences and has played an Agile training and mentoring role for executives in small and large organizations. Previous clients include Walmart, Microsoft, Skype, Sabre Airline Solutions, Siemens Healthcare.
Troy currently consults and trains organizations wanting to improve decision making on software portfolio and project questions through Agile and Lean thinking and tools. Applying Scrum and Lean techniques appropriately and where they are going to make this biggest benefit through quantitative rigor.Troy has many books and articles on software development and practices, his most recent is “Forecasting and Simulating Software Development Projects: Effective Modeling of Kanban & Scrum Projects using Monte Carlo Simulation”.
Also, be sure to join Troy Magennis and Larry Macherrone for their one-day training course: Data Science for Agile Software Projects - Agile Metrics, Data Science and Forecasting the day before the meetup on February 24th.
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A Better Way to Take Customer Experience Enhancements from Concept to Reality, presented by Ashish Bisaria.

About this Presentation:
Companies love to talk about focusing on customer experience. Voice of Customer is the buzz word. But how do you translate ‘voice of the customer’ to operational delivery and actually drive experience? Hear about a practical operational view on how Manheim translated voice of customer to operational changes and business process improvement.
 
About The Speaker:
Ashish Bisaria, senior vice president of Customer Experience, acts as the "Voice of the Customer," leading the development and execution of initiatives that enable Manheim to deliver world-class customer experiences. In his role, he is responsible for designing, implementing, and supporting all new ideas and initiatives for Manheim. He reports to Janet Barnard, President, Manheim.
 
Bisaria brings 20 plus years of global customer service experience to Manheim. He most recently served as chief operating officer and executive vice president of client operations for Teleperformance, where he managed 50,000 call center agents for clients in the high-tech, telecom, financial and insurance industries, launched "Voice of Customer" analytics, and improved customer satisfaction.
 
Bisaria began his career at KPMG Consulting in customer relationship management, business strategy, and process improvement. He also held management roles in customer experience/service, strategy, and operations at U.S. Cellular and Sprint. In addition, he served as vice president of customer service operations at Cbeyond, where he led the company's customer experience vision, strategy, and direction.
 
Bisaria has lived and worked in the United States, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, the U.K., Brazil, and Zimbabwe, and has managed operations in the Philippines, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and South Africa, among others. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delhi and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Bombay.
 
Location Information:
Address: 7000 Central Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30328, 5th Floor Conference Room

Location is provided by CCCi and is located in the same building as their head office. Please park in the visitors section of the parking garage. Once in the lobby, take the second elevator bank to the fifth floor and proceed to the conference room, following the signs. 

Meeting Agenda:
• 6:00PM - 7:00PM Networking & Refreshments (arrive early, bring business cards and resumes!)
• 7:00PM - 7:15PM Announcements
• 7:15PM - 8:15PM Presentation & Questions and Answers (time and presentation permitting)
• 8:15PM - 8:25PM Post Presentation Announcements & Raffle Winner(s) Drawing
Attendees are encouraged to arrive early during the networking session and bring copies of your business cards and resumes. If attendees have an open position that you are interested in promoting printed copies can be brought to the event. Job announcements are made during the Post Presentation part of the agenda above.

To register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/february-2015-general-meeting-tickets-15685954111
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In the past year and a half, there have been at least thirteen significant changes in the mobile space that alter the way we design and develop mobile solutions. In 2015, we expect to see even more. How do you prepare and what are your options? Join Michael Prichard, Founder and CTO of WillowTree, Inc.® as he discusses the mobile landscape and changes to look out for in 2015.

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Michael Prichard | Founder and CTO | WillowTree, Inc.®
 
Michael Prichard is the Founder and CTO of WillowTree, Inc. ® At WillowTree, Michael leads the company?s technology strategy and works closely with clients to develop strategic mobile solutions. Michael is widely considered a visionary in the mobile industry and has been a frequent speaker on mobile strategy, deployment and software architecture. Prior to founding WillowTree, Michael built and grew an e-mail archiving software business that he later sold. He also has extensive experience as a development consultant for many large companies including IBM, State Street, and Adobe. Michael led the team that designed and built enterprise-level applications for 4000+ employees at Rotech Healthcare, Inc. At Rotech, he is credited with building application solutions for an online pharmacy reordering system, an inventory tracking system, and the elntake and eProcurement apps. Michael has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Central Florida.

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CCCi is in the news!!!

The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that CCCi named Rob MacLane as its new president and promoted Janet Piper to chief financial officer as a result of CEO Charleen McBrayer’s retirement.
The Atlanta-based IT staffing firm reported as part of his new roll, MacLane will provide the weekly technology jobs report as well as commentary and analysis for the IT market for Atlanta Tech Edge on WXIA-TV.
Under the new leadership, the company said it is targeting 20 percent year-over-year growth, and is launching an engineering staffing practice and a military transition service for veterans across all markets.
CCCi named Rob MacLane as its new president and promoted Janet Piper to chief financial officer as a result of CEO Charleen McBrayer’s retirement.
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CCCi’s Sr. VP of Business Development, Rob MacLane was a guest panelist on Atlanta Tech Edge last week. The panel discussed the challenges of attracting and hiring the right candidates in Atlanta’s vast technology talent pool. Please click the links below to view the show. 
On air clip: http://bcove.me/po5hlixo 
Web extra: http://bcove.me/nuh6gou8
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Speaker: Jake McKenzie, CEO of Intermark Group
How does advertising and applied psychology play a successful role in the success of companies? It is a potent branding cocktail that works. Strategic marketers seek insights within their brand ecosystem. Yet far too often, insights are merely observations about what people think and do and are not particularly insightful enough to inspire multi-discipline imagination. Jake McKenzie, CEO of Intermark Group, will share insights on how his company has helped shape brands to drive results from customer engagements. 
 
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Join the Conversation with AITP Atlanta's Chapter Dinner Presentation
Thursday, February 19th

Pre-Dinner Presentation:
Tech Talk Speaker: Subho Nash, "BI in Different Industries - One size doesn't fit all" Premier Speaker: Ben Schepens, "Generational Differences"

The doors will open at 5:30 PM, with dinner and the meeting beginning at 6:00 PM sharp, typically lasting til 8pm. The event will be located at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia, in Perimeter.
 
To register please visit: http://tinyurl.com/nbrgxzn
Chapter Dinner & Presentation - February 2015
Thu, February 19, 6:00 PM
Crowne Plaza Ravinia, 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA

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CCCi’s February Spotlight of the month shines on Melissa Blumer! Melissa Blumer is a Technical Recruiter with CCCi and has been for the past 5 months. Melissa graduated from Reinhardt University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She was recently engaged to her boyfriend of 1 year this past November. Melissa enjoys hiking, biking, rock climbing, and other adventurous and outdoor activities. She has been a volunteer at Passion City Church for over two years. CCCi is very proud to have Melissa apart of our team. Congratulations Melissa!
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CCCi is an IT Staffing Leader in Service, Value and Positive Impact among our Clients, Consultants, Community and Industry.
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CCCi is an IT staffing leader in service, value and positive impact among our clients, consultants, community and industry. Our IT consultants have delivered more than 10,000,000 hours of expertise. From our headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia and regional offices in Dallas, Texas, Birmingham, Alabama and Charlotte, North Carolina we are currently providing technology professionals in top tier companies throughout more than 20 US states.

Some of the biggest and brightest companies in the world, and some of the brightest technology professionals in the world, partner with us for a reason: results.