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CEO (OR EQUIVALENT):Kevin H. Hoyle, founder and  CEO/managing director2014 REVENUE: $8.1 million2012 REVENUE: $5.1 millionREVENUE GROWTH: 59%

Quick and nimble, clients’ needs first

There are few sectors that evolve more rapidly than technology, and's experience is no exception. The company provides businesses with electronic data interchange...
WELL-OILED MACHINE: Professor Bahram Nassersharrif, pointing, shows off URI's Wales Hall machine shop to Amtrol employees, from left: Vice President Chris Van Haaren, graphic designer Lisa Lamothe and Associated Product Manager Peter Silverman. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Center bridge to myriad benefits

The concept of a college-based center to engage with business seems like a simple one. Companies, as they cycle through various stages of growth, stagnation...

Green culture moves Arpin to sustainability

The process of relocation and storage tends to tax significant energy resources – from the generation of waste, to the use of fuels for...
ALL DISCIPLINES: TribalVision senior marketing associate Althea Saccoccia, standing, speaks with team members, from left: Meaghan Barry, Jennifer Sapolsky and Ella Heaton. The company employs a bevy of designers, coders, copywriters and other employees. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Marketing smart for digital age

In his time serving as a chief marketing officer and de facto gatekeeper of a multimillion dollar budget, Chris Ciunci was regularly approached by...
CEO (OR EQUIVALENT):Natale P. Calamis,  president and CEO2014 REVENUE: $41.5 million2012 REVENUE: $36 millionREVENUE GROWTH: 15%

Rich history with a modern approach

For Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc., the last several years have been about fostering an organic method of growth. The East Providence-headquartered provider of...

Creative options abound to get healthy

This year at AAA Northeast, employees are lacing up their walking shoes and hiking the Eastern seaboard. Well, in spirit, at least. Over six weeks, workers...
MAKING HEALTH A PRIORITY: South County Health looks to improve the health and wellbeing of employees as well as patients, offering, among other things, healthy food choices at the on-site dining room, including pharmacist Deborah Cote's choice, a 310-calorie Southwestern grilled chicken salad. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Building health from inside out

Medical centers are intrinsically committed to bettering the health, well-being and quality of life of their patients, but it's not always the case that...

Engagement helps improve health

Engagement begins at the top. That's certainly the case at grocery chain Dave's Marketplace. Company leaders wholeheartedly support their employees' health and wellness endeavors. For...

Mixing it up to keepits employees well

Much like areas of study it offers, diversification is key to Bryant University's employee health and wellness initiative. "We've been really trying to do things...

Donan’s program providing solution

After years without a physical, the wife of a Donan Solutions LLC employee decided to take advantage of her husband's new health incentives. Just in...

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