Internal Monthly Newsletter
June / July

June Marketing and Sales Events

Extreme Experience Kansas City

SPM Education Session Armed Forces

CEO Update
Mark Lafond

InSource Team:

As we close out the 2nd quarter, InSource continues to see positive trends in growth for both the ServiceNow and Staffing Business Units.  We continue to hire on both sides of the business to maintain our growth and position ourselves for a strong second half of the year.

With the world opening up more from COVID, we have also ramped up our marketing events, meetings, and travel.  We sponsored ServiceNow events that included Knowledge in NY City, had representation at Knowledge in Las Vegas, Go-Live Cakes and Celebrations are being scheduled with clients, and multiple lunch and learns in St. Louis, Kansas City, NYC, and Atlanta.   It is great to interact with our fellow employees and clients.  We are very excited about our traction in the Federal Government where we are working with the US Navy, Army, and Air Force.  We sponsored events with ServiceNow in DC and more to follow.

Our staffing business has seen growth specifically with ServiceNow staffing.  It is exciting to see InSource get more entrenched with our clients by cross selling within our customer base for both staffing and implementation work.   You will hear more about our ServiceNow Staffing offering in July!!

Thanks again for all of your hard work and I wish you and your family a great July 4th weekend.

Capital Metro
Access Request Replacement

PSECU
CMDB & Qualys Integration

AVENU
Customer Service Management

Ethan Lipman
6/15/2015

Clay Smith
6/15/2015

Ryan Harrington
6/6/2016

Andrew Kramer
6/8/2020

Anthony Danilchenko
6/22/2020

Benjamin Savage
6/21/2021

Jennifer Ridenoure
6/28/2021

Michael Garber
7/14/2014

Adam Dziadowicz
7/12/2019

Robert Richardson
7/22/2019

Toni Ray
7/6/2021

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT

Lamar Reed
Technical Consultant

With July 4th a few days away, we salute Lamar for serving our nation with his time in the Navy!

Current title and time working with InSource?
Technical Lead. I’ve been with Insource for two months

What do you do in your position?
I am an implementer, system admin, developer, architect, technical resource for the Skillbridge veterans, team lead.

How did you find out about InSource?
I came over with Beck Strategies that was acquired by InSource.

What is your favorite thing that you like about InSource?
Great benefits, a good work life balance, and the company culture.

How did you get into IT?
I have always had the passion for IT since I was a kid. So when I made the decision to join the Navy, I knew that I was going to go into the IT field since that is what I would have majored in if I had went to college.

Where do you live and what do you do for fun?
I live in Florida and I like to ride motorcycles, watch anime, go to comedy shows, coach my Recreation basketball team

Last travel destination?
Napoli, Italy

What would you like to do personally in the next 12 months?
I will be traveling more around the states and internationally. I will be planning some long rides with my buddies across Florida.

Miruna Sriram and her daughter Tia.
Congratulations to this future star!

Ryan visiting Miruna and she hosted him to a wonderful lunch!

Clay Smith visiting Disney World and Oak Island NC with his family. Charlotte will be 3 in July, and Andy just turned 1 in April. What a fabulous vacation!

Logan Poynter celebrating Noah’s 1st birthday with his lovely wife, Courtney.

Jen Ridenoure and her son Wesley enjoying a great day at the Phillies game.

We hope they won!

Can you say ROAD TRIP!
Mary Borkowski traveling in her Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser.

Love it!

Phil Timms and his son Grayson, his daughter Kendall, and his lovely wife Sara. Everyone is looking very dapper!

Julie Hunden and her family enjoying a great day in Beaver’s Bend State Park over Memorial Day weekend. Let’s hear it for Bryson Pickett, Paige Hunden, and the Big Guy Tom Hunden in the front row and Julie, Maria Davidson and Jake Hunden in the back row.

Some Fun Facts About
The 4th of July

Here are some fun facts about the U.S. birthday that might surprise family and friends.

  • We didn’t actually declare Independence on the 4th of July. The official vote actually took place two
    days before and the “Declaration” was published in papers on July 4.
  • Americans will enjoy 150 Million hot dogs during the 4th.
  • The average age of The signers was 45 years.
  • Americans spend more than $1 billion on fireworks each year.
  • There were only about 2.5 million people living in America in 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was signed. Now it is 325 million people.
  • Thomas Jefferson, 82, and John Adams, 90, both died on July 4, 1826 within five hours of each other on the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
  • July 4th was not deemed a federal holiday until 1870, nearly 100 years after the nation was founded.

Now that you are armed with these fun facts, go forth and enjoy your barbecue. Happy 4th of July!!!!!!