To Our Customers, Partners, Neighbors and Friends,
It’s been an eventful year for all of us here at Cliintel, as we continue to invest in the solutions we provide and in the communities where we live and work, 2014 has been a busy and rewarding year with many achievements and milestones along the way. In the coming year, we’ll continue to partner with businesses and magnificent non-profits that make Cliintel vibrant, dynamic, and impactful to everyone.
Here are some of the highlights from 2014:
Delivered 14 projects on time and under budget since June
Created and Implemented a front-end debugging library
Adhered to software development lifecycle with success
Partnering for Success
Cliintel worked with Midcontinent Communications and reduced scheduling windows to an industry best, re-designed dispatch operations with heightened focus on customer-impacting metrics in a real-time environment, and demonstrated to the customer community an unrelenting commitment to delivering product and service excellence. “Although never satisfied, this partnership maintained consistent on-time arrival rates of 97.75% with over 93.8% of all jobs scheduled in 15 minute windows, providing more customer choice,” commented Midcontinent Communications Vice President of Operations, Brad Schoenfelder.
Cliintel and Spectralliance partner to serve the small Multi-System Operator (MSO) community with actionable analytics and data visualization that enhance the support systems offered.
Cliintel integrates with GLDS for expanded broadband reporting and metrics to allow businesses to drive strategic, operational, and tactical initiatives while precisely measuring impact and demonstrating return-on-investment (ROI).
Presence in the Cable Industry
Cliintel was an active participant and sponsor of many programs within the cable industry in 2014.
RMCA (Rocky Mountain Cable Association)
Sponsor of the Turkey Hunt
Golf Tournament participants
WICT (Women in Cable Telecommunications)
Sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Tech It Out
Sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Walk of Fame
Sponsor of the Carolinas Annual Conference
SCTE (Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers)
Sponsor of The International Cable-Tec Games
NCTA (National Cable & Telecommunications Association)
Attended The Cable Show in Los Angeles, CA
NCTC (National Cable Television Cooperative)
Attended The Independent Show in Kansas City, KS
Adaptive Spirit (SkiTam)
Active board participation
Attended and volunteered
Brad Parobek sponsored his time as an active Board member, as well as led the silent auction and assisted with the kids race. Crystal Allen volunteered her time greeting and guiding attendees to the events, check-in for the Brain Trust panel, and assisted at the silent auction.
Impact in the Community
First Annual Cliintel Cares Day
Cliintel participated in Hunger Action Month at Food Bank of the Rockies by contributing to the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, filling 600 boxes – over 2.5 tons – with food supplied by USDA for seniors in need throughout the Rocky Mountain service area. In addition, the Cliintel resources fulfilled 16 Mobile Pantry distribution orders to be delivered to program participants.
Connecting for Cancer
CliIntel cares about making an impact in our community and touching the lives of many individuals, but taking part in Connecting for Cancer is near to our hearts. MyLifeline.org has provided an outlet for Kris (a retired employee) that allows her to connect with all of us, but also other family and friends that want to stay current with how she is feeling, doctors’ visits, and the many sail direction changes the wind of cancer can carry. The ability to connect and provide to as many affected individuals in unfortunate circumstances is embedded in our values and employees and we are honored to be a sponsor for Connecting for Cancer and the life of Kris. Cliintel was able to sponsor Dream Dinners for Kris and her family while she was undergoing treatment, and provided a family portrait session to capture the bright moments of the Pogue family.
Platinum Sponsor: Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camps Program- Creating Ties Dinner
The 2014 Creating Ties dinner raised a total of $80,000 in donations and support ensures that young burn survivors will continue to have opportunities to be defined by their dreams, goals, and their future.