A few of our employees are attending the Inc. 5000 Conference in Phoenix Arizona this week. Sierra’s delegation is soaking up the entrepreneurial spirit offered bythe conference and its thousands of attendees from across the country.
We are excited to be honored by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest growing privately held companies and look forward to bringing some of the conference’s energy back to Sierra’s operations!
We thought we would share some of the interesting insights we are experiencing at the conference this week. The Inc. 500 | 5000 conference has featured awesome speakers such as GoPro CEO Nicholas Woodman (www.GoPro.com), author Simon Sinek(www.StartWithWhy.com) and Life Is Good CEO Bert Jacobs
(www.LifeIsGood.com). Respectively, these leaders discussed driving a business through one’s passions, why some companies are more successful than others, and how an optimistic viewpoint can make a world of difference for an organization.
At Sierra we believe that we offer a straightforward value proposition. Our IT engineers have an excellent and in-depth understanding of what makes IT infrastructure work. Our goal is to take this knowledge and help our customers make their IT systems work as they should. We hope to do this even better in the coming year and hope to return to the Inc. Magazine list next year, and with even greater success under our belts!
The magazine cover photo included here was generated at the Inc. Conference Marketplace and features Sierra CEO Bruce Freshwater, CFO Stacy Freshwater and Service Delivery Manager Gregory Crout.
To learn more about the Inc. 5000, visit www.inc.com/inc5000
Sierra w/o Wires, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Information Technology services provider specializing in remote monitoring and remote management of computing systems, cloud/virtual systems hosting, physical server hosting, software development and hardware and software reselling.
Sierra w/o Wires, Inc. and its sister company Sierra Data Centers, Inc. provide technology services to customers across the United States and in four other countries. The companies attempt to achieve market differentiation through expert-level systems engineering staff.