We’ve been around the block.
We’re getting older.
And we’ve learned one hell of a lot.
Since 1990, Andy Pizer has always run his business like his Dad ran his medical practice. House calls, good bedside manners, late night hours and humans above all things. We help people. We put them first, above technology, and focus on them as our North Star. We work to be meaningful, strategic, friendly and honorable. Few use that word anymore, ‘honorable’. We do.
We’re enthused about our staff. They are the finest and most knowledgeable we have ever had on board.
We have the wind at our back.
It feels sweet.
Andy started his IT business in 1990, after forging his character in the construction industry. He’s a natural engineer, inventor (see TheNailer.com), and troubleshooter whose impetus has never wavered. He believes in serving people and solving problems. He’s the guy in the red cape who sometimes appears at midnight to salvage a tech calamity caused by a mountain slide. When he’s not wearing his cape he is in his red sports car, gliding the mountain roads. He’s the quintessential self-made man, thanks to a lifetime of hard work, deep challenges and ingenuity.
Brad Roths joins the Millennium Group from Dallas, Texas where he worked with Bose Corporation and adeptly handled store management and customer relationships. With years of hard-earned experience in technical support to customers, business operations, employee training, and technology integration of networks, POS and internal customer systems, Brad is well prepared to serve our business clients and join the techs in their constant state of problem-solving. The fact that he is innately gracious, self-aware, curious and charming is some pretty sweet icing on the Millennium Group’s cake.
Jinx is the storyteller. She pulls from a lifetime of theatre and literary experiences to infuse business with humanity. She’s our Mama Bear, legal department, accountant, marketer, performer, housekeeper and warrior- stepping up to the plate to do whatever needs to be done. Her character has been forged by experiencing the world in ways most folks cannot fathom and she’s earned the title of Mensch.
Jinx directs our sister non-profit charity: Living Arts Corporation and insures that we never lose track of the authentic priorities in life.
Ben studied marketing, business management, and technology before he jumped in with us to get his hands involved with a myriad of tasks and challenges with networking, computers, software and VoIP telephony, He characterizes the strong qualities of his generation: motivated, open-minded, collaborative, self-driven, conscious…and very polite.
After working for years with Verizon, Ben’s brother encouraged him to take a leap into computers and technology. Once we met him we wanted him to join our staff. We trusted he would master (and enjoy) the learning curves he would face for the straightforward reason that it was clear it was his normal modus operandi.
We will take pleasure in introducing Ben to our clients.
Marina is wholeheartedly jumping into hardcore tech work, graphic and web design and writing articles, posts and marketing pieces for both our clients and in-house projects. Throw a challenge her direction and she’s on top of it. All this with an academic background in economics and market analysis, which if you know anything about smart young people, makes sense. A recent administrative internship in Shanghai, China allowed her to experience the benefits of cultural exchanges and opened up the worldwide challenge of alleviating orphanage shortages. Graduating Magna Cum Laude from Colorado State University in May 2016, Marina has positioned herself well with an armory of skills, proficiencies, and curiosities that include software writing, graphic design, international relations, language, administration and project coordination. Her enthusiasm and focus are impressive – and we feed off it.
Mix Sherlock Holmes with Dr. Who and you get a glimpse of Chuck Werbick. He describes himself as an avid cross-disciplinarian and the manifestations of this innate intelligence and curiosity can be seen with his many projects and inventions, which range from whimsical motion sensing Jack-O-Lanterns, 3D printing, a hacked up Roland TR-626 drum machine, reconstructed mandolins & bandolins. software projects and even his own Raspberry Pi Distro/Image -an intentionally vulnerable image that is designed to teach people how to ethically hack computers.
Chuck manages network systems, VoIP phone systems and everything in-between. After years of working as a Unix System Administrator and web developer for a government software developer, Chuck moved to Loveland to be near family. We’re mighty pleased he found his way to our office.
Theo Butler is our artist in residence and the art he practices is coding. If you never considered coding an art form, you haven’t watched Theo work. He’s light years ahead of us, and we literally get dizzy when he explains his process. He jumped in to build a huge software project and is investing his engineering skills to ensure its success. We’d like to think our partnership will last for a long, long run.