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Our TechTeam Continues To GROW.

It was a tough negotiation (three ping-pong games and a hula-hoop contest), but Vince was able to accomplish the deal!  We couldn’t be more pleased to announce the latest addition to our technology team, Mitch Gaydash. Mitch has interned with Dataforma for the past 2 summers, so he is quite familiar with the DF system.  He has even been the helping hands in […]

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Dataforma Goes To London!

Prince William, nor Prince Harry have requested Dataforma (yet), so instead we headed to LONDON, Ohio.  It’s there we held court with Joe (owner), Lynna (wife), Violet (sister), Jeff, Brian and Damon….the royal family of Allstate Exteriors (pictured above).  Allstate Exteriors is a residential roofing company that also offers additional construction services.  We made great progress with getting […]

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Congressman Perry Visits Dataforma

J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship  and Dataforma have always had a strong relationship; therefore when Jeff Vermeulen, Executive Director for York College of Pennsylvania, informed us he would be visiting our office with Congressman Scott Perry, we couldn’t have been more pleased.  We were honored to be part of the tour for Congressman Perry.  Apparently he has […]

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A-Top Roofing Earns an A+ in Training

In the case of training A-Top Roofing in Manalapan, New Jersey, it didn’t take long to learn the “A” stands for ACTIVE!  Yes, this group jumped right in with both feet and there was no slowing them down!  Our two days of training were filled with the staff diligently entering  historical data. They also worked to streamline and organize important project […]

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Pieros Construction Joins Dataforma

We are happy to welcome Pieros Construction to Dataforma!  It’s been several weeks since our live training and it seems this team is progressing quite nicely with the system.  When first training Lisa (pictured left), she was quite diligent about setting up Company, Contracts and Buildings and even started using Work Orders BEFORE we started training.  After using DF for […]

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Welcome Ace Roofing!

Wow, it’s hard to believe it’s been TWO weeks since our first training with Ace Roofing in Lafayette, Louisiana. With this company’s busy summer schedule, it was a challenge to find a good time to start the live training…but we did it and they LOVE Dataforma. Clint and Scott seem to have a good handle on […]

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CODE RED!

No, these are not the latest design in ergonomic office chairs!  Vince, Brad, Ben, Kevin and Mitch decided to forego a subway sandwich lunch and visit the American Red Cross instead.  The Dataforma team has become quite the lunch-time-regulars at our local blood bank .  It’s an easy way (if you’re not terrified of needles) to give back to the community.  Unfortunately, […]

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Commonwealth Roofing Invites Us Back

Commonwealth Roofing continues to grow in business and with Dataforma, thoroughbreds of sort in Louisville, Kentucky.  Today’s training combined educating current DF Super Users, as well as, several new employees on the basics and benefits of the DF database.   Commonwealth Roofing has used the DF system for more then 3 years.  Their database includes thousands of […]

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We Don’t Say Can’t..We Say GANTT

It’s here!  The long awaited Gantt Chart upgrade, better known as the Project Calendar, is being deployed into the Dataforma system over the next couple of weeks.  It is the new and improved replacement for one of our Flash calendars.  The process of building this chart has taught us some important things about javascript development. […]

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Remembering Ryan

Some find inspiration in star athletes, political leaders or even famous personalities, but here at Dataforma, we take great inspiration in one of our very own, Shelly Thompson. As you may know, last year Shelly lost her most beloved son, Ryan.  While each day is a challenge to continue on, she does so with the strength […]

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