Thriveon Receives Partnering Award from Minnesota Electrical Association

Posted by Lori Creighton on 5/2/17 3:08 PM

Thriveon Receives Partnering Award from Minnesota Electrical Association

Minneapolis, MN 5/2/2017/2016 – The Minnesota Electrical Association (MEA) presented Thriveon with a Partnering Award at their annual business conference that took place on April 28th, 2017. This award recognizes an organization that has made a significant contribution to MEA’s success in the past year. Brian Spangler, Network Administrator for Thriveon, accepted the award from MEA Executive Director, Clara DeRosier, on behalf of the company and attended the banquet with his wife, Kristie.

Since early 2016 Thriveon has partnered with MEA to provide business level IT guidance and outsourced IT department services that has resulted in outcomes that include: increased productivity, lower costs, better IT decisions and a hassle-free IT experience for their staff.

“The level of support that we get from everyone that we work with at Thriveon is incredibly hard to come by in today’s world,” said Clara DeRosier, Executive Director of MEA. “They take the time to listen, evaluate our needs and come up with the best solutions for our business.”

Steve Bloedow, Thriveon President and vCIO (virtual Chief Information Officer) works closely with Clara DeRosier to learn about business objectives and identify technology initiatives that will support them.

“We thank the people at MEA for this special award. We appreciate the trust that Clara and the MEA organization have put in us to strategically connect their technology needs with their business strategy,” said Steve Bloedow. “We know it was a leap for them to go from internal to outsourced IT support, but this award is evidence that we’re doing what we said we would do, and we’re honored to be their IT business partner, not just an outsourced vendor.”

About MEA

The Minnesota Electrical Association provides leadership in partnering between contractors, government, employees, and consumers to promote quality construction built safely, on time, on budget, and at a fair price and profit.  The Electrical Association also provides a strong commitment to quality in education, communication, government relations, and ethics. Visit their website to learn more eBook

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