For the second year in a row, Technically Creative is sponsoring the Hudson Valley Tech Fest / Youth Hackathon 2020. This event works with 12 local colleges and NY regional developer communities to help advance our region with problem solving skills and technology awareness, ignite the entrepreneurial spirit, and unite community through this collaborative and problem-solving activity. The theme of the HVTechFest 2020 is appropriately named Social Distancing and the Digital Divide. More details about the event: https://hvtechfest.com/hudson-valley-tech-festival-and-hack
A message from Danielle Amatulli, CEO of Technically Creative: So, you know that team you see, and you just know there is something special about them. They laugh, fight, and celebrate like family. There is synergy and innovation and they get more done than any other team you know. Well, that’s what we have built. … and this week we Celebrate 15 Years in Business. To our clients and customers who have believed in the magic of our team – we thank you! We look forward to supporting you through another prosperous and successful New Year. …………………………………..
In 2017, CA announced End-of-Life. The financial market as we knew it would be forever changed. CA’s announcement challenged the software vendors in the market to up their game and advance their products. It challenged businesses to reevaluate the way they meet their regulatory requirements and surveillance processes. Lastly, it challenged us at Technically Creative to think about how we can best support our customers and provide the most value to their technology compliance needs. Almost a year and a half in - Where did the financial market go for their new surveillance solutions?
Technically Creative's very own CEO and Director of Business Operations, Danielle Amatulli, has been asked to share her experiences at HVTech Fest. Danielle will be a part of a panel discussing recruitment, training, and workforce development investment. She will dig deeper into questions like: What skills do Hudson Valley residents need to develop to seize incoming opportunities? For companies, is the Hudson Valley a viable location for founding, staffing, and scaling an early-stage or later-stage technology company? How can policy-makers work with the Hudson Valley tech community to
Technically Creative has been featured in Radar Magazine, in an article titled Key Steps to Migrating Policies Compliantly. Exerpt from the article written by Behavox: "With a number of firms upgrading their approach to monitoring and supervision, or simply moving to a new vendor because their legacy technology is at end of life (e.g. Orchestria/DataMinder), we explore the process needed to achieve a successful migration. There is no one better equipped to guide an enterprise through this tricky transformation than Technically Creative’s Danielle and Christopher Amatulli. They have m
Technically Creative has become a Corporate Sponsor for the Kyle Honan Heart to Heart Foundation. With Technically Creative’s support, the foundation was able to fully purchase and supply a local lacrosse team with an AED machine. NEW WINDSOR, N.Y. (PRWEB) MAY 31, 2019 The Kyle Honan Heart to Heart Foundation is a local Washingtonville, New York nonprofit organization that provides cardiac screenings to youth athletes, scholarships, and financial assistance to those with cardiac, asthma or autism related medical bills. One of the organization’s goals is to equip every local school and s