Recently, I sat down with NovoLogic President and CEO, Burke Allen, to talk about the partnership with Global Capacity and making history as the first corporation in Lawrenceville - the second oldest city in the state of Georgia - to be connected to a fiber-optic network.
NovoLogic is a self-described "culture agency" who has helped fine-tune the culture and brand authenticity of organizations like Chick-fil-A, BP, and University of Phoenix. They know that technology and corporate culture go hand-in-hand, especially in today's world of dispersed teams, virtual meetings, and digital distractions. Ultimately, companies need a technology strategy to connect and engage with employees: a technology strategy that includes communication vehicles like streaming video and cloud-based training and learning platforms. It also needs a network capable of transmitting and supporting huge amounts of data and to disparate locations across the globe. That's why NovoLogic turned to Global Capacity.
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