Client Success Stories
Their existing website did a basic job of providing information about their firm, but the design felt cluttered and navigation was cumbersome. Updating the design and improving navigation would produce a clean site with easily accessible information, reflecting their expertise and providing a clear path for making contact.
In order to serve its 11-county area, Albion Fellows Bacon Center needed a new website. The old website had out-of-date and hard-to-update information and was very difficult to read on a smartphone.
HCADA asked Lieberman Technologies to bring an outdoor, public WiFi network to the Arts District. With our three access-point setup, signals in the fountain area allow thousands of visitors, as well as neighborhood residents, to connect to the public WiFi network – for free.
Improving the phone system for the Evansville YMCA updated them from aging, broken phones into an easy to use, future-proof small business phone system. Our holistic review of their 4 locations made sure we knew about all of the surprises and cabling needs in advance of the 90+ phone project.
Sometimes opportunity presents itself during a time of devastation. Such was the case in 1982, when Randy and Cathy Nicely found themselves pitching in to help the Evansville area clean up after a devastating windstorm. Two chainsaws, a pickup truck, and a friend, combined with a strong work ethic, led the Nicelys to discover a niche to fill in the Tri-State and Randy’s
As is the case with many non-profits, Holly’s House operated with a hodgepodge of services and equipment that served their needs but not as efficiently as it needed to be. When an issue arose involving their data backup that their previous provider could not solve, Holly’s House contacted Lieberman Technologies for a fresh look at their infrastructure.
Schools across the nation strive toward providing a safe, positive educational experience. Part of this experience includes teaching students desired behaviors that will translate into social, emotional, and academic success as they move through the educational process. To that end, many schools employ Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, also known as PBIS. PBIS is a proactive approach to teaching behavioral expectations and
In Indiana, when a home is foreclosed by a bank for nonpayment of the mortgage the county sheriff is tasked with selling that home via a public auction. These sales are usually attended by bank representatives as well as members of the general public who purchase distressed properties for both personal and investment reasons. While on the surface these sales may seem
Reaching the Senior Population The ranks of America’s seniors are predicted to grow to an astounding 31 percent of the country’s population by 2030. That’s right; nearly a third of the US population will be past the age of 65 in just a few short years. As the future arrives, most of these seniors will have one common goal: to remain independent
More than 50 million people in America struggle to put food on the table, and one in six faces hunger. In Evansville, the Evansville Emergency Food Pantry Consortium (EEFPC) works to alleviate some of this hunger through the member food pantries. The Need of the EEFPC Keeping track of the various recipients of food pantry offerings, however, is a daunting task. In
The Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville provides numerous services and programs that help make the Evansville area a great place to do business. One of the Growth Alliance’s established goals is to be an important resource for Evansville and Vanderburgh County as well as the surrounding tri-state area. To that end, the Growth Alliance website is a wealth of information for businesses
Most colleges and universities have a hall of fame honoring former student-athletes as well as coaches, staff members and friends of the program for their contributions to their school’s sports tradition. However, most halls of fame induct their classes each year and then assign them to the annals of history. Only those most dedicated to learning the school’s sports history make the
As a supplier of industrial bearings, chains, gaskets, and gears, Tri-State Bearing serves a wide range of businesses in eight locations. In order to better serve their customer base, Tri-State Bearing sought to improve connectivity between their eight locations and provide improved business continuity and disaster recovery by moving their technology into the cloud. Instead of upgrading hardware and infrastructure at each
Since its founding in 1917, the Evansville Rescue Mission has served and sheltered the underprivileged and homeless in Evansville. As the oldest and largest mission of its kind in the Tri-State area, the Evansville Rescue Mission consistently seeks to serve an ever-growing group of people in need. When the opportunity arose to expand into a larger facility, ERM called upon Lieberman Technologies
Scrap metal recycling is big business, particularly with regard to valuable metals such as copper, brass, and aluminum. However, because of the relative value of such metals, an entire industry has sprung up around the unlawful collection of these materials for sale to recyclers. To combat this growing trend, the state of Indiana has set forth rules and regulations that clearly delineate
Founded in 1925, Reitz Memorial High School has provided a well-rounded Catholic education for thousands of students over the years. When Memorial decided to initiate a Hall of Fame for its alumni athletes, they turned to Lieberman Technologies to make the display for the class unique, memorable, and interactive. The inaugural Hall of Fame class, inducted in the spring of 2012, is
When the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office wanted to simplify the process of tracking, monitoring and collecting tax warrants issued by the state, they turned to Lieberman Technologies. “Before Lieberman, it was a very laborious process,” relates Chief Deputy Eric Williams. “We would get boxes of paper each week and dozens of fields on each page had to be re-keyed into our computer
When scheduling their video work and editing room calendars became a problem, David Jones, President of Magnetic Image, a local video production company, contacted Lieberman Technologies. “We used to use multiple wall calendars to schedule our projects. After looking at “off the shelf” solutions for our industry, we found it less expensive and a better solution to have Lieberman write a customized