Triple Helix Corporation 2017-03-09T16:34:41+00:00

Real Solutions to Improve Your Business

One of a company’s most valuable assets is the information it owns. We help you organize this data more effectively, access it more easily and analyze it more thoroughly for better business decision-making. Done right, you’ll see the results appear on the bottom line..

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Our goal is to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions that respond to specific business challenges you are facing – helping you to work more efficiently and more effectively, boosting productivity and often morale, too. No one can speak to the success of these efforts better than our clients, so please take a look at what they have to say about our work.

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March 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

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Spreadsheet Addiction – How Your Business Can Break Free Of It

February 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Over-dependence on spreadsheets occurs for one main reason: Excel is available on just about everyone’s desktop, and it can be used with little or no training. That’s great for ease of use, and for many purposes Excel functions as a powerful, flexible, accessible tool. But this can also lead to a lot of problems.

In The News

Triple Helix Moderates Roundtable Discussion On Nonprofit Strategic Technology Planning

May 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Earlier today, Triple Helix joined two other organizations to facilitate a discussion on strategic technology planning between 20 non-profit executives. The intent of the session was to look at technology planning more holistically than is [...]

Triple Helix CEO Jason Bittner Wows Students At Litchfield Intermediate School

April 28th, 2016|0 Comments

Triple Helix CEO Jason Bittner visited Litchfield Intermediate School today to meet with students and introduce them to 3D printing technology. It was part of an ongoing tour of local schools to promote a program developed at Triple Helix called Free Range Kids.