Impulse is awarding Aaron Calvert the Wolf Award for Passionate Problem Solving. He recently worked extra hours to test and figure out all the details of the changes implemented in Broadsoft’s newly released Call Center for the purpose of presenting it to a customer the next morning. He configured the Call Center and then tested out all the possible scenarios that our customers could run into.
Noozhawk providers of “the freshest news in Santa Barbara” posted an article titled Impulse Advanced Communications in Touch with the Needs of Business Clients – Santa Barbara company strives to provide unique phone and Internet solutions focused on security and service. Impulse Advanced Communications, founded in 1995 by Ken Alker, Tony Papa and Jim Pisani, was one of the first companies to bring the…
We had so much fun at our open house last year we have decided to make it a yearly event. Come hang out with the leading executives and and technology professionals in the area at the Impulse 2nd annual office party. Clos Pepe Vineyard will be pouring wine from their latest selections, and The Catering Connection will be providing food. Beer and soda will also be served….
Professional football is a business, and Childress was faced with a dilemma many managers will face in their careers: when you have an employee with the potential to be an all-star performer but you can’t count on the employee to put in an all-star effort day in and day out, at what point do you cut bait and move on? If the employee’s spotty effort overall turns out above average results do you keep that employee in place and hope for some big wins every now and then while continuing the search for an employee more like the legendary receiver Jerry Rice who combined a consistent effort with being a great teammate?