Not Your Average IT Strategy Firm (Video)

When we say we truly align with our clients, you can bet we’ll back it up. We provide a roadmap for success, and we show IT leaders how to create sustainable results. In the office, that means staying engaged through delivery and beyond. In the real world, it means taking the time to build relationships. After all, developing an IT strategy for technology transformation is hard work. It’s important to celebrate victories both large and small and to enjoy the people who help you achieve them.

We think work can be fun. And we’ve got the crazy pants to prove it!

Concentre at the Southwest Airlines Technology Golf Tournament

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, we attended the 21st annual Southwest Airlines Technology Jeff Buhr Memorial golf tournament at the Bear Creek Golf Club. We were able to kick back with the people we work with every day, support their company at an important annual event, and wear some eccentric attire while golfing. Check out the video above for an inside look at what it’s like to align with Concentre.

To see our crazy pants in action and learn more about the importance of aligning your business with an IT strategy, feel free to reach out and contact us.

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