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Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (February 22, 2017) – netlogx voted one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana:

INDIANAPOLIS – Feb. 22, 2017 – netlogx is proud to share that once again we have been voted one of the best places to work in Indiana. This initiative, sponsored by Indiana Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to identifying and recognizing Indiana’s outstanding employers. Indiana Chamber President Kevin Brinegar states: “Best Places to Work in Indiana not only recognizes our state’s outstanding employers, but also sets a high standard for other Hoosier companies by encouraging them to realize the importance of evaluating their own workplaces. It is clear that a positive work environment makes employees more engaged in their job and in their company, which is a win for everyone.”

Audrey Taylor, CEO of netlogx LLC, a Women Business Enterprise; and an Information Technology Risk Management Business Consulting Company established here in Indianapolis and solving client problems, with quality people and solutions since 1998 said: “netlogx team members are our most valued asset and it is their efforts that make netlogx a success, so to receive this accolade because of their feedback via Best Places To Work in Indiana, truly makes this the most meaningful of recognitions. Audrey’s goal was to create a consulting services company with an employee base mirroring their customers; a workforce with a can do ethic and the leaders, supporting and driving inclusionary thinking, simultaneously striving for excellence, upholding the very best of business ethics and treating customers, employees and partners with absolute respect and honesty. Audrey attributes netlogx’ third time to win the award by saying, “I believe the company’s operating principles which include accountability, communication, integrity and respect, serve as the foundation of the organization, as well as the Diverse by Design profile that goes beyond standard parameters has been a successful strategy, and has helped create a strong and caring firm with a loyal team that personify the company’s core values.”

 


Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (February 26, 2016) – netlogx’s Audrey Taylor announced as a winner of 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Award:

Watch Audrey Taylor’s interview here: https://youtu.be/lPZmP6KnLQA

Enterprising Women Magazine Announces

2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Award Winners

Prestigious Awards Program Recognizes World’s Top Women Entrepreneurs

RALEIGH, N.C. Dec 7, 2015 – Monica Smiley, publisher and CEO of Enterprising Women magazine, has announced the winners of the 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards, an annual tribute to the world’s top women entrepreneurs. Honorees will be recognized at the 14th Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration & Conference, Sunday, February 28 to Tuesday, March 1 at The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove in Miami, Florida.

The annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners. To win, nominees must demonstrate that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship, and stand out as leaders in their communities. Many of the honorees also serve as leaders of the key organizations that support the growth of women’s entrepreneurship.

Award winners were recognized in seven categories this year: annual sales revenues of more than $100 million; annual sales revenues of more than $25 million and up to $100 million; annual sales revenues of more than $10 million and up to $25 million; annual sales revenues of more than $5 million and up to $10 million; annual sales revenues of more than $2 million and up to $5 million; annual sales revenues of more than $1 million and up to $2 million; and annual sales revenues of up to $1 million.

Partner organizations represented on the Enterprising Women Advisory Board and supporting the 2016 event include:

  • The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO)
  • Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP)
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
  • National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC)
  • Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW)
  • The Global Initiative for Women’s Entrepreneurship Research
  • Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC)
  • Quantum Leaps
  • Springboard Enterprise
  • UnitedSucces
  • National Association of Women REO Brokerages (NAWRB)
  • Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC)/Women Entrepreneurs Inc. (WE)
  • Women’s Leadership Exchange
  • The International Alliance for Women (TIAW)
  • Asian Women in Business (AWIB)
  • eWomenNetwork (EWN)
  • Association of Women’s Business Centers (AWBC)

QUOTES:

“The recipients of the 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Award represent an amazing group of women entrepreneurs from across the United States and as far away as China, Egypt, South Africa, Uganda, the United Kingdom and Portugal. We could not be more proud to recognize their accomplishments as CEOs of fast-growth companies, community leaders, and role models and mentors to other women and girls. We look forward to shining the spotlight on them at our 14th annual awards event in late February,” Monica Smiley, Publisher/CEO of Enterprising Women, said.

DETAILS:

– For more information or to register to attend the 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration and Conference, visit http://enterprisingwomen.com.

ABOUT ENTERPRISING WOMEN MAGAZINE:

Enterprising Women, with headquarters in Cary, North Carolina, is the nation’s only women-owned magazine published exclusively for women business owners that chronicles the growing political, economic and social influence and power of entrepreneurial women. The magazine provides a friendly meeting place, a public forum and a national stage for the critical issues confronting women’s businesses and daily lives from the unique perspectives and experiences of entrepreneurial women. Published in both print and digital editions, the online edition of the magazine reaches one million readers in 185 countries. For more information, please visit http://enterprisingwomen.com or call (919) 362-1551.

 


 

 

Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (February 4, 2016) – netlogx named winner of “For Profit Employer of the Year” award:

netlogx, LLC is pleased to announce that the company was named as the winner of the “For Profit Employer of the Year” award at the 10th IMPACT Awards Luncheon on February 3, 2016. The award is presented in recognition of unwavering dedication to experiential learning and superior mentorship.

Audrey Taylor, netlogx CEO and Managing Member of netlogx, said, “Mentoring is one of the cornerstones at netlogx and I am delighted by this recognition of the company’s commitment to providing information, encouragement and support to help interns succeed.”

About the IMPACT awards

The IMPACT awards are part of an initiative sponsored by the Indiana Chamber, through Indiana INTERNnet, that honors Internship excellence in three categories. Intern of the Year, Employer of the Year and Career Development Professional of the Year. To learn more about the INTERNnet program visit: https://indianaintern.net

About netlogx’ intern program

netlogx LLC is a Women Business Enterprise, established here in Indianapolis and solving client problems with quality people and solutions since 1998. The company is an IT business consulting company with a focus on risk management. To learn more visit: https://netlogx.com

netlogx’ Intern Program allows interns to gain key skills in a fast-paced, realistic work environment to help kick-start their professional development. Interns are integrated into the office environment, working side-by-side with seasoned employees, working on a variety of tasks and assuming ownership for at least one project. Participation in a structured review and evaluation program is aimed to drive professional development by providing regular feedback and support allowing the opportunity to discuss any challenges, successes and progress towards goals

Joe Harrison, Summer Intern 2015 netlogx shared. My time at netlogx has helped me grow both in my professional career and my development as a human being. I have been awarded opportunities that have helped further myself along the path to success and opportunities that have taught the importance of being a kind and personable individual on top of being intellectual and professional. These are skills that I will cherish moving forward in my career.

 


 

 

Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (February 17, 2016) – netlogx voted one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana:

February, 2016, netlogx is proud to share that we have again been voted one of the best places to work in Indiana. This initiative, sponsored by Indiana Chamber of Commerce is dedicate to identifying and recognizing Indiana’s outstanding employers. “They embrace the idea that a positive work culture that includes respect, communication, opportunity and being part of a team not only makes it a place in which employees want to work but also fuels the success of the company,” states Indiana Chamber President Kevin Brinegar. For more information go to http://www.bestplacestoworkin.com/

Audrey Taylor, CEO of netlogx LLC, is a Women Business Enterprise; A Business Consulting Company established here in Indianapolis and solving client problems, with quality people and solutions since 1998 said: “It is the netlogx team members that make netlogx a success, so to receive this accolade because of their feedback via Best Places To Work in Indiana, is so meaningful to me”.

Audrey’s goal was to create a consulting services company with an employee base mirroring their customers; a work force with a can do ethic and the leaders, supporting and driving inclusionary thinking, simultaneously striving for excellence, upholding the very best of business ethics and treating customers, employees and partners with absolute respect and honesty.

“This is the second time netlogx has won this award. I think it is safe to say the company’s operating principles of integrity, respect, communication, initiative, empowerment, recognition, accountability, kindness, honesty, team work, courage, inspiration, and humor, that serve as the foundation of the organization, as well as the Diverse by Design profile that goes beyond standard parameters has been a success strategy, and has helped created a strong and caring firm with a loyal team.”

 


 

Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (January 7, 2016) – netlogx supports University of Indianapolis International Marketing program

During 2015, netlogx proudly supported the University of Indianapolis International Marketing program.

Details of this program support can be found here – news.uindy.edu/2016/01/05/marketing-project-benefits-tech-firm-students/

As part of our dedicated community outreach effort, netlogx has worked with Dr. Katharine Bohleys course in International Marketing.  The class carried out projects into how netlogx should position its services and offering to meet the needs of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.

Audrey Taylor, CEO netlogx, said, “It was really stimulating to see the ideas and tactics that the class developed.  We practice being “Diverse By Design” and we are proud to be apart of this program and look forward to developing the relationship further.  We have been very impressed with the caliber of students from UIndy and we have hired directly from their MBA program as well as provided Intern opportunities.  I’d especially like to thank Dr. Matt Will for the introduction and to Dr. Bohley for the opportunity to be part of this.  Well done again to the whole class”.

For more details about netlogx hiring and Internship opportunities please see netlogx.com/career-opportunities/

 


 

Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (September 24, 2015) – netlogx honored with WBE Role Model of the Year Award

Audrey Taylor, CEO of netlogx, Indianapolis, was recently named by the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council (GL-WBC) as Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Role Model of the Year. Taylor was honored for demonstrating extraordinary leadership and serving as a role model and mentor through her encouragement and sharing of knowledge with other women business owners.

As a business owner, I am truly proud to be awarded this recognition. The GL-WBC organization is a great resource for women entrepreneurs providing opportunities to connect, learn and share with others. Since the formation of netlogx, we have strived to be inclusionary in our thinking and our actions would reflect this idea creating a business that mirrors our clients, serves as a trusted advisor and contributes to our communities through outreach and economic growth,” says Taylor.

netlogx has been serving clients in the Indianapolis area and nationally for more than seventeen years. The company has been offering a wide variety of services, specializing in Project Management, Procurement and Planning, Business Process Reengineering, Information Management, Change Management, and Risk Management/Security Analysis. They work closely with clients to understand what is needed to ensure delivery of quality solutions, right the first time.  More information about the company and their services can be found at www.netlogx.com.

Great Lakes Women’s Business Council is an initiative committed to empowering women and minorities economically through business development training, supplier certification, business-to-business networking and accessible capital assistance programs.To learn more about Great Lakes Women’s Business Council, please visit http://www.greatlakeswbc.org/

 

 


Indianapolis, IN – (August 6, 2015) – Fox 59 Indianapolis. Audrey Taylor, CEO, netlogx is featured on Fox 59 shedding light on the policy of “unlimited” maternity leave. Being a business owner and a mother of two, Audrey is well versed on juggling work and home.

Read the Fox 59 news story


Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (May 6, 2015) – netlogx, LLC is pleased to announce netlogx  was selected as a Top 5 finalist in the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) National’s “No Small Thing” video contest highlighting the one thing that’s contributed most to their business success. The video conveys the story of Audrey Taylor, CEO and Managing Member of netlogx, LLC, and how diversity has helped build netlogx into a successful and caring firm that is Diverse by Design. Women-owned small businesses from across the United States submitted their 2-minute video for an opportunity to receive recognition and share their story during Small Business Week Celebrating America’s Entrepreneurs, May 4-8. The Top 5 videos were chosen based on which ones feature content that is unique and will potentially have the most impact on the success of other women small business owners. “As a local business owner and NAWBO-Indianapolis member, I am pleased to have netlogx’s ‘No Small Thing’ video selected as a Top 5 finalist. Since the formation of netlogx, we knew that we needed to be inclusionary in our thinking and our actions would be true to this idea creating a business who’s people reflect our clients,” says Taylor. Founded in 1975, NAWBO is the unified voice of America’s more than 9.1 million women-owned businesses representing the fastest growing segment of the economy. NAWBO is the only dues-based organization representing the interest of all women entrepreneurs across all industries. NAWBO develops programs that help navigate women entrepreneurs through the various stages of their business growth. To learn more about NAWBO National, visit www.nawbo.org. To learn more about the Small Business Association and Small Business Week, visit https://www.sba.gov/nsbw/nsbw. Watch the Video here:  Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (January 30, 2015) – netlogx, LLC, is pleased to announce the appointment of Audrey Taylor by Indianapolis Mayor, Greg Ballard, to serve as an official member of the EmployIndy Workforce Investment Board through June 30, 2016. EmployIndy is Marion County’s local workforce investment board providing expertise, identifying tools and prioritizing resources to develop, create or find the best talent needed to power the Marion County economy. Guided by a 27-member board comprised of business, civic, education and nonprofit community leaders, EmployIndy directs the investment of more than $15 million in public and private funds annually to meet the needs of Indianapolis businesses and residents with training and employment programs for youth and adults. “As a local business owner, I am delighted to be a part of such a worthwhile initiative and look forward to joining the efforts to grow the local talent pool and economy,” says Taylor, CEO and Managing Member of netlogx LLC. To learn more about EmployIndy, please visit https://www.employindy.org/OneFlow/eihome.aspx


 

Nick Taylor at TechPoint’s New Economy New Rules Cybersecurity: The New Normal

[INDIANAPOLIS, IN] (October 6,2014) Nick Taylor, COO, netlogx was a participant at TechPoint’s New Economy New Rules Cybersecurity: The New Normal.   The panel featured:

 

 

                • Von Welch, Director Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research

 

 

 

 

 

“It was an excellent conversation about a very important topic, ” said Taylor, “Well done TechPoint!” See more here


 

Audrey Taylor teaches women entrepreneurs the use of social media

September  3, 2014 [INDIANAPOLIS, IN] (September 3, 2014)—WTHR Indianapolis.  Audrey Taylor, CEO, netlogx is featured on WTHR morning show.  Her expertise in using social media and in particular her excellent lecture to the NAWBO Conference.   Well done Audrey!  Once again giving back to the community….with real style! Watch WTHR news story


 

netlogx Named a 2014 Best Places to Work

February 20, 2014 netlogx has been named as one of 2014’s Best Places to Work in Indiana, as announced by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce on February 19, 2014. For the past nine years, the Best Places to Work in Indiana program has sought to identify the best work-places in the Hoosier State, as determined through employer reports and comprehensive employee surveys. read more

In partnership with the Best Companies Group, the Indiana Chamber selected winners from four categories: small companies with 15 to 74 employees; medium companies with 75 to 249 employees; large companies with 250 to 999 employees; and major companies with 1,000 or more employees. netlogx competed in the small-company category and was one of 40 such small companies to make the list for 2014. netlogx is a woman-owned business enterprise and was founded in 1998 by Audrey Taylor. Her goal was to create a consulting services company that continuously strives for excellence, upholds the very best of business ethics, and treats customers, employees, and partners with the utmost respect and honesty. “An empowering workplace culture is essential to our success at netlogx. From the very beginning, we wanted to build a company where our employees would feel valued and appreciated and would make their co-workers feel the same,” says Audrey. “Every day, we strive to live and work by our operating principles of integrity, respect, communication, initiative, empowerment, recognition, accountability, and humor. To see these principles affirmed with this award is immensely gratifying and provides a baseline to ensure we continue to maintain our culture as the organization grows.” read less

 


 

netlogx Supports Public Radio

October 18, 2013 On Tuesday, October 15th, Audrey and Nick Taylor took to the airwaves in support of the WFYI (90.1 FM) Fall Membership Drive with a $1,500 challenge grant from netlogx. For the grant to be awarded, we needed 40 pledges between 4pm and 7pm. Not only were we able reach our goal, but we did so with an above-average dollar-per-pledge amount! Thank you to all the generous folks who support public broadcasting in Indiana and across the nation.


 

netlogx PMO at State of Indiana Delivers Another Successful Project

October 16, 2013 CONGRATULATIONS to the Enterprise Medicaid Systems PMO Data Warehouse team, led by Audrey Taylor, for delivering another large IT project on time and on budget as the Enterprise Data Warehouse goes live today: Oct. 16, 2013. Great job to Audrey, her very dedicated Project Coordinator, Laura Shanahan, as well as all our team members who assisted in delivering: Project Director, Tom DiMartino Project Manager, Tara Morse Project Coordinators, Kristina O’Neil, Kristen Addison, Chris Ogden Job Well Done!


 

2013 Indiana Companies to Watch Awards Ceremony

August 27, 2013 On August 22nd, netlogx was thrilled to be among the companies honored at the 2013 Indiana Companies to Watch awards ceremony, held at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. The evening included a cocktail reception, during which Gov. Mike Pence spoke on his experiences as a small business man and why small businesses are a vital engine of the economy, followed by dinner and the awards presentation. read more

CTW_1 Our own Audrey Taylor, founder and managing partner, accepted the award from Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann. Audrey and Ms. Ellspermann chatted about the Lt. Governor’s visits to the UK. The Lt. Governor was delighted to hear of netlogx growth plans, including the upcoming launch of netlogxUK. Also in attendance were netlogx co-founder and partner, Nicholas Taylor, and consultants Tara Morse and Diane Walton, along with their spouses. CTW_2 The Indiana Companies to Watch awards are organized by the Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC), the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), and the Edward Lowe Foundation. The award is presented to second-stage companies that have survived the start-up phase and are primed for significant, steady growth. read less

 


 

netlogx is a Company to Watch

July 19, 2013 On July 19th, it was our pleasure to host Bill Harlow of Katz, Sapper & Miller, and Tracy Pursell of Key Bank as they presented us with the Indiana Companies to Watch award for 2013. This annual award is given to successful second-stage companies that are gearing up to take off. It’s an exciting time for us to win this award as we’re soon to go international with the launch of netlogx-UK. We hope you’ll keep watching. read more

The Indiana Companies to Watch award is presented by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and its Small Business Development Centers in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation, and this year it has honoured netlogx. The award is made to a group of “outstanding second-stage companies with successful histories and tremendous potential.” award sm In accepting the award Audrey Taylor, Founder and Managing Partner said, “ I am truly humbled to receive this award on behalf of the company and the remarkable team of people who make netlogx possible. We have a terrific team of consultants who every day work to delight our customers with new and innovative ideas and projects, but they would be the first to recognize the exceptional support and guidance that we receive from our administrative team and our remarkable external advisors. This award is especially important to me as this is the year that we are opening a netlogx company in the UK. With the help of the wonderful team from the UK Trade & Industry (UKTI), I am looking forward to exporting my Hoosier honed skills back to where I was born!” read less

 


 

netlogx welcomes with Sir Peter Westmacott, British Ambassador to the United States, to the Stutz Business Centre

Indianapolis, IN, June 21st 2013 On June 20th, 2013, netlogx had the great pleasure of sponsoring a very well attended Indy Chamber Develop Indy networking event, where the guest of honor was Sir Peter Westmacott, British Ambassador to the United States. The theme of the event was the exceptional value of British-American alliances and how Indiana companies can continue to grow through this partnership. read more

The event was also attended by Robert Chatterton Dickson, British Consul General in Chicago, who opened the short series of speeches with a welcome to all and gave an overview of the tremendous trade already taking place between Indiana and the UK. He stressed the UK government’s strong desire that these ties be built on greatly over the next few years.Audrey Taylor, Founder and Managing Partner of netlogx, then delivered a short speech of welcome to Sir Peter and the Consulate team, making special note of the wonderful support given by Colette Buscemi, Consul and Head of Trade & Investment, and her team. She reported that netlogx has had the great pleasure of working with Colette, Rob McNeill and Tim Bakke as “we proudly open up a netlogx company in the UK”. She added that she is also “excited to export our Hoosier honed skills.” She encouraged all Indiana businesses to make themselves aware of the programs being offered, concluding emphatically that “you will not be disappointed.” Sir Peter was presented with a certificate of recognition by Deron Kintner, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development, City of Indianapolis in recognition of his first visit to the City. He then gave an excellent talk on the future of trade between the UK and the USA, especially in regards to the recently announced Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). He stressed that over half of the world’s GDP flows through this UK / US partnership and that just a small percentage increase in trade through the TTIP would be extremely beneficial to the world’s economy. His talk was very well received by the event attendees. download UK Ambassador press release read less

 


 

netlogx Partners present on Information Security Management

netlogx Managing Partner, Audrey Taylor and Partner, Nick Taylor will present a seminar on Information Security Management on Tuesday, November 27th in partnership with McGowan Insurance Group. Leading experts in the field, they will discuss the proper controls and standards to put into place to make sure companies are in compliance with industry regulations. read more

“Protecting your business against cyber attacks is crucial to the security of your company, its employees and its customers,” shares Audrey. “Understanding the risks and developing strategies to protect your business is the first step in making sure your company’s information and that of your customers isn’t compromised. This seminar will help participants become aware of the issues and motivate them to take action toward establishing an effective Information Management Security (ISM) strategy.”Another key topic covered in the seminar will highlight the need for ongoing awareness programs, security preparedness and the need to establish a security road map and monitor progress.“The ability to understand and effectively provide ISM services, which also satisfy industry standards for Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of corporate and customer information, has put considerable pressure on businesses today,” comments Nick . “Working together within the security industry, in support of clients and partners, netlogx has developed comprehensive ISM solutions which offer improved operational efficiency, well-defined security strategies and customer satisfaction.”To learn more about upcoming seminars on security or other subjects please check the netlogx website.read less

 


 

netlogx Participates in Ivy Tech Fall Career Fair for Job Seeking Students

netlogx proudly participated in the Ivy Tech Fall Career Fair on November 7. Ivy Tech students of all majors explored internship and job opportunities with local and regional employers. Prospective candidates had the opportunity to share their resumes, speak one-on-one with employer representatives and learn more about a variety of career and internship opportunities. read more

For students, it gave them the chance to meet face-to-face with recruiters and put their best foot forward with their introductions, presentations, networking and interpersonal skills. For employers like netlogx, it provided an efficient, effective way to determine who might be the best fit for our organization with any current or future job openings.“We were impressed with the quality of job seekers who were on hand to apply for a range of jobs and internships. Most were extremely professional and well- prepared,” says netlogx Human Resource Director, Elizabeth Szentes. “netlogx is proud of our track record in attracting a diverse mix of potential student candidates every year, so we look forward to following up with a number of qualified candidates.”netlogx has continued to strive for excellence and integrity with our business, customers, partners and employees since its inception. This same mission is true today as we look for potential student candidates to carry those goals into the future for our business. This job fair also demonstrated the strong team work and dedication our staff displays in working together every day, all year long to accomplish these goals.Overall, the career fair was very successful, and the Ivy Tech workers were extremely helpful with this well-organized event. All the tools for a successful job hunt were there for both candidates and employers alike. In fact, we practically ran out of give-aways, such as pens and bags, and our business cards provided the best networking tool for future contacts.We look forward to a bright future at netlogx. For more information about Ivy Tech and the career fair, check out: http://www.ivytech.edu/indianapolis.read less

 


 

netlogx Proudly Sponsors Annual ISI Travel Auction

The International School of Indiana (ISI) hosted its 18th Annual Travel Auction in celebration of Turkey on Saturday, November 3rd, at the Indianapolis JW Marriott. This Signature Fundraiser event once again raised over $100,000, which benefits both the ISI’s scholarship fund and programs supporting all students. read more

This is the fourth year netlogx has supported this distinctive fundraiser by partnering as a Gold Sponsor and sponsoring a banquet table for the event. Our enthusiastic support, through the giving of our time, resources and finances, furthers our commitment to ISI’s goal of providing opportunities and preparing students to make an effective impact both globally and at home. “netlogx fully supports the mission of schools like ISI which create a diverse environment for students aiming for top academic and personal achievement,” says netlogx owner, Audrey Taylor. “Along with netlogx, ISI realizes that if given the chance, today’s students will expand beyond their classroom with a clearer understanding of economic diversity, technological advancements and personal excellence in preparing them to contribute successfully well into the future.” Parents, community members and companies alike enjoyed the gala event and were given the opportunity to participate in both silent and live auctions. A beautifully produced, informative video was also a highlight of the evening to communicate the role ISI has in attracting world class employees and their families from across the US and around the world to Indiana. This video is now available on the ISI website. netlogx fully supports and joins ISI’s basic core belief, which fosters critical and independent thought and the highest of ethical standards in order to encourage students to serve as effectual and productive global citizens. We want to personally thank ISI, the sponsors, volunteers and everyone who participated in this year’s Travel Auction who helped make it another successful evening. read less

 


 

IBJ Women of Influence Recognition Breakfast Honors Women Business Leaders

This year’s recipients of the esteemed 2012 IBJ Women of Influence Award were honored at a breakfast on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. IBJ champions the success of our city’s most successful and influential women business owners and leaders in both the public and private sector by recognizing their extraordinary achievements, exceptional experience and stellar reputation within their company, their industry and the community. Each one of these prominent honorees have experienced significant challenges, yet they continue to triumph over the obstacles they face—each with an amazing story to tell. read more

“We recognize and celebrate the strong impact that these women have on other women, their industry and toward the community,” says Audrey Taylor, netlogx founder. “We are proud to see women business owners excelling in our community, as well as being a role model and helping to mentor other women along the way.” netlogx, a woman-owned business founded in 1988 by Taylor, understands the importance of leadership, excellence and integrity. These amazing leaders come from all different kinds of backgrounds and experiences, but their individual stories of facing enormous obstacles and turning them around to create meaningful opportunities is a challenge and inspiration for all of us to excel in our chosen field and in our communities. Performing many different roles in the business world can be demanding, but these women provide a great example of how to lead with depth, perseverance and professional excellence. Please join us in congratulating these deserving women for receiving this prestigious award. You can read further about their proven track record of success as IBJ profiled their remarkable stories in a special supplement published on Nov. 5, 2012 or click here. read less

 


 

netlogx continues to grow

[INDIANAPOLIS, IN] (August 10, 2012)—Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick featured netlogx Partner Nick Taylor on this week’s show. Check out this link to see the discussions on why netlogx is in Indiana and how we have become one of the Fastest-Growing Indianapolis-Area Private Companies for 2012. Watch netlogx interview with Gerry Dick


 

netlogx Named to IBJ’s Fastest-Growing Indianapolis-Area Private List

[INDIANAPOLIS, IN] (June 20, 2012)—Indianapolis Business Journal has ranked netlogx fifth on the list of Fastest-Growing Indianapolis-Area Private Companies for 2012. This exclusive ranking is by percentage of revenue growth from fiscal years 2009 to 2011. Companies with annual revenue exceeding $1 million are ranked by revenue growth over a three-year period. Download full story as pdf

Events

netlogx representatives attended the Eighth Annual Relationships to Partnerships Conference at Purdue University on Friday, November 16, sponsored by the Supplier Diversity Development Coalition of Greater Lafayette. netlogx Social Media Coordinator presents on Twitter to ISI 7th graders on Thursday, November 15. netlogx was at the MESConference, August 19 – 22 in Boston. The annual Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (formerly known as the MMIS Conference) brings together thought leaders from the public and private sectors to share ideas and information related to Medicaid systems and initiatives. netlogx had four speakers presenting this year. After contacting our iPad winner she shared, “I am terribly excited that I won the iPad. I never win anything. I feel so lucky. Thank you so much, netlogx!” – Jeanne Larsen, Deputy Director, Claims – State of Nebraska Medicaid Office.

Links

Here are a collection of links that will be helpful in understanding the issues surrounding Information Risk Management. If there are any other links that you feel should be included please contact netlogx.

SecurityFocus News

 

Network World on Security

 

SANS Institute

 

Project Management Institute

 

Berkeley Security Resources