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TIM HEBERT, chief client officer for Carousel Industries and founder and CEO of Trilix, is a Tech Collective board member. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Five Questions With: Tim Hebert

Tech Collective board member Tim Hebert announced a more-refined mission for the group of businesses, nonprofits, entrepreneurs and others recently. It’s dropping its bioscience...
TRILIX HAS MOVED from Warwick to a more wide-open, collaborative office space in Garden City in Cranston.

Trilix moves to new office in Cranston

CRANSTON – Information technology consulting and software firm Trilix has moved from Warwick to new office space in Garden City at 100 Midway Road,...
LISTENING: Miellette McFarlane, interim director of Real Jobs Rhode Island, answers a question at the PBN Workforce Development Summit. From left: Lisa Abbott, Lifespan; Damian Ewens, Opportunity@Work; McFarlane; Tim Hebert, Carousel Industries of North America and Trilix; Matthew Reeber, Pannone, Lopes, Devereaux & O’Gara; and Douglas H. Sherman, New England Institute of Technology. / PBN PHOTO/­PAMELA BHATIA

Summit: Growing talent pool collaborative effort

“No matter where you are – California, Dallas, Chicago – finding talent is one of the biggest challenges” to successfully running a business, said...
THE PANEL at the inaugural PBN Workforce Development Summit. From left to right, Mark S. Murphy, Lisa Abbott, Damian Ewens, Miellette McFarlane, Tim Hebert, Matthew Reeber and Douglas Sherman. / PBN PHOTO/ PAMELA BHATIA

Inaugural PBN Workforce Development Summit plots talent production

WARWICK – Discussion at the first-ever Providence Business News Workforce Development Summit held Feb. 14 saw roughly 200 attendees listen to and share ideas...
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Most-read interviews on PBN.com, 2017

1. Five Questions With: Ronald K. Machtley. Posted online: Feb. 20. Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley explains why the university’s creation of a...
HOLISTIC APPROACH: Tim ­Hebert, center, Trilix CEO and founder, speaks with Dana Paul, tech sherpa at The Zen Group, left, and Sara Wilkinson, senior counsel at Duffy & Sweeney, during a launch party for Warwick-based Trilix. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Trilix looks to fill IT-services gap

When Trilix launched in May, the information technology consulting firm faced one of its first challenges within its own office – how to make...
TIM HEBERT, former president and CEO of Atrion and chief client officer for Carousel Industries of North America Inc., an Exeter-based company that acquired Atrion in September 2016, unveiled his newest business endeavor this month with the launch of Trilix, an IT-consulting and software-development firm that helps clients understand and meet their technology-related needs. /COURTESY CAROUSEL INDUSTRIES

Former Atrion CEO launches Trilix

WARWICK – Tim Hebert, former president and CEO of Atrion, unveiled his newest business endeavor this month with the launch of Trilix, an IT-consulting...
STUCK: Uber and Lyft driver Sean DeLong’s professional background in business-operations management doesn’t lend itself to highly technical jobs, but his education and experience over-qualify him for most low-wage jobs, which has made it difficult for him to find a job since being laid off in 2015.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO


Behind seemingly positive employment data is structural weakness that in the...

Sean DeLong, 42, has applied for more than 800 jobs in Rhode ­Island and southeastern ­Massachusetts since November 2015.On average, he gets about one...
Tim Hebert

Five Questions With: Tim Hebert

Tim Hebert is the chief client officer of Carousel Industries, a technology solutions management firm based in Exeter. Carousel will hold its annual AlwaysOn...
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