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EARNING THEIR STRIPES: Vertikal6 employees participate in the company’s Striped Shirt Day at the office. / COURTESY VERTIKAL6

Vertikal6

PBN Best Places to Work 2020 MIDSIZE COMPANIES 23. Vertikal6 Employees in R.I.: 50 CEO Rick Norberg Questions answered by: Rick Norberg Does your company offer employees work-from-home options?...

Vertikal6 finds ways to thrive through challenging times

PBN FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES 2020 $5M - $25M 4. Vertikal6 CEO (or equivalent): Rick Norberg 2019 Revenue: $7.8 Million 2017 Revenue: $4.2 Million Revenue growth: 51.1% IN SOME WAYS,...

Tech Collective to host virtual seminar on cybersecurity failures and legal...

PROVIDENCE – Tech Collective will host a free, 30-minute online seminar on cyberattacks and legal liabilities connected with failure to adequately protect data. The session...
Warwick-based Vertikal6 was formed in 2015 following the merger of Atrion SMB and RhodeOne Technology Solutions. CEO Rick Norberg, who founded RhodeOne as a one-man shop in 2002, now leads a 50-person team focused on helping organizations elevate their technology. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Find strength in company culture

Rick Norberg | Vertikal6 CEO Through all the uncertainties of today, the bonds that hold our communities together have proven to be unwavering and stronger...
ONLINE GET-TOGETHER: Providence Business News’ Business Continuity Summit took place online on April 30. The panelists communicated through web conferencing.

PBN summit panel: Use crisis as chance to retool

FORMER CHICAGO MAYOR Rahm Emanuel once counseled, “Never let a crisis go to waste” – a point of view that was picked up and...
SHOP TALK: Vertikal6 service desk apprentices Steven Walsh, left, and Dylan Herrera share a conversation in the company’s office. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Vertikal6 constantly evolving with technology landscape

2019 PBN Business Excellence Awards EXCELLENCE AT A SMALL COMPANY: Vertikal6 THEY SAY big things come in small packages, and that sentiment couldn’t be...
MEETING OF MINDS: Vertikal6 CEO Rick Norberg, right, with applications developer James Green and senior consultant Meredith Carroll.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Vertikal6 putting own stamp on an industry

2019 PBN Innovative Companies: IT Services Vertikal6 WHEN CEO RICK NORBERG renamed and rebranded his information technology consulting firm to become Vertikal6 back in 2016,...
ALWAYS LEARNING: Vertikal6 says each of its employees receives about 80 hours of training and development each year. 
 / COURTESY VERTIKAL6

Vertikal6

Best Places to Work 2019 | SMALL COMPANIES (15-49 employees): 3. Vertikal6 What are your requirements for employees to update and augment their job skills?...
RECRUITING KEY: CEO Rick Norberg, left, speaks with Teddy Kennedy, service desk apprentice, at Vertikal 6 in Warwick. Norberg said the company’s full-time apprenticeships have become the key to recruiting and developing employees.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Tech companies turn to apprenticeships to solve worker shortage in tight...

Rhode Island has been projected to add nearly 2,300 jobs in technology-related occupations during the decade from 2016 to 2026, mostly in the computer...
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE: Vertikal6’s apprenticeship program is now the preferred way to bring on staff. Here, Dan Dionne, who is part of the program, works at the company’s Pawtucket offices. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Vertikal6 builds employee satisfaction into core values

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. SMALL COMPANIES | Vertikal6 Employees in R.I.: 33 CEO Rick Norberg When it comes to employee satisfaction, leadership at Warwick technology services...

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