Matrixforce and Tulsa Chamber Celebrate 20 Years of Partnership
For this Valentine’s Day, we encourage you to love your local chamber. In the February issue of the Tulsa Chamber Report, Matrixforce is again prominently highlighted on the first page as the top recommendation for technology support in the region. For 20 years, Matrixforce has supported the Tulsa Chamber business systems with managed services, over 50 projects, and 3 location moves.
If you don’t know, the Tulsa Chamber is regularly recognized as the top chamber in the nation. For more than 100 years, the Tulsa Chamber has served as the primary advocate for the business community and also formed various community partnerships in government and education. Starting at the top with Mike Neal, the 60 person staff is dedicated to getting results that translate to dividends for chamber members. I’ve personally had the pleasure of meeting with Mike and the Mayor of Tulsa, something that would likely not be possible without the chamber.
Through programs like the Breakfast Network and Let’s Do Business, Matrixforce has been introduced to many customers. Working with Matt Pivarnik we’ve also partnered to give back by speaking at various events and sponsoring the Microsoft Roadshow and Customer Experience for Technology Expositions. While we’ve reported to various personnel throughout the years, we currently work with Ruth Littlefield in an ongoing strategy of streamlining technology to make the chamber more competitive and bring more jobs to Tulsa.
It’s a pleasure to work with an organization that is so committed. If your business is not involved with the Tulsa Chamber, we urge you to become a member to help grow your business and contribute to the community.
Recently, Don Sibley, Manager of Creative Services retired with over 30 years of service. We worked with Don on numerous projects. We wish him well and he will be missed.
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