Local Technology Company Focuses on Enhancing Employee Skills – Greater Louisville Inc.

Kathy Mills, President and CEO of Strategic Communications, has made it a priority to invest in the development of her company’s team. Strategic Communications is a technology company based in Louisville. Founded in 1994, Strategic has provided an array of IT solutions for hundreds of federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as corporate businesses.  Strategic has won a number …

Strategic Advanced Communications Awarded 5 Year SPAWAR IDIQ Contract

Technology Company Continues Its Tremendous Growth with Another Contract Award PRLog – Nov. 21, 2014 – LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Today, Strategic Advanced Communications, an IT services and solutions provider, announced that it has been awarded the SPAWAR PBX, Routing and Switching IDIQ contract vehicle.  This SPAWAR IDIQ is a 5 year, $650 million dollar award. Kathy Mills and Ruth Fritz, Managing Partners of Strategic Advanced Communications, …

Business of the Year: Strategic Communications celebrated 20th anniversary in 2014

Strategic Communications Year founded: 1994 “For our employees, we are different than other companies in our field because everything we do is a collective effort. No one person is too good for a task, and we know that teamwork can make the impossible, possible. We are passionate about what we do.” – Kathy Mills, shown above.   Business description: The company is …

Kentucky District Office Success Stories: Strategic Communications

Brief description of the business: Strategic Communications is a value-added reseller of IT products and services, providing fully integrated voice, video and data solutions to healthcare, commercial, education and government sectors. SBA Assistance: In business since 1994, the company received 8(a) certification in 2004. At that time, 95% of its business was in the private sector, so CEO and Founder Kathy Mills …

Cyber Security: Physical Infrastructure to Web Applications

Protect your network with the latest in Cyber Security Cyber-attacks can be devastating. Not only are they becoming increasingly prevalent, they are also becoming more destructive. In December 2014 Target experienced a huge cyber-attack. Hackers stole data from up to 40 million credit and debit cards from shoppers that visited the store during the holiday season. The repercussions were huge …

Virtual Reality: Interactivity on a new level

Virtual Reality (VR) is a concept that we’ve all probably heard of. If you haven’t here’s the basics: Virtual Reality is a computer generated experience where the user has a three-dimensional, physical presence in an environment that is completely generated using computer technology. In other words, VR users can interact in real time with their environment, allowing them to have …

Lessons learned from ACQUIRE 2016

Strategic Communications recently exhibited at the 2016 ACQUIRE conference and expo held in Washington D.C. The purpose of ACQUIRE is to bring together Federal IT contracting and procurement specialists in order to educate them on recent contracting trends in the Federal space. ACQUIRE brings together a number of Federal agencies across the board; from The Department of Defense, to The …

Strategic Communications Named Member of the Trust X Alliance

World’s Leading Technology Distributor Recognizes Strategic Communications as an Elite IT Service Provider Louisville, KY 2/26/2016 — Strategic Communications, a local technology solution provider, today announced it has been selected as a member of the Trust X Alliance. Founded by the world’s largest technology distributor Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM) and led by its members, the Trust X Alliance is …

Smart Stores – Staying competitive in the digital age

With the introduction of Amazon Prime’s free 2-day shipping, Target’s free shipping for REDCard holders and many other sites offering free shipping and easy, lenient online return policies, shoppers may not want to travel to a store anymore. If your business model depends on a brick and mortar store-front you need to read this and begin thinking about new strategies …

2015: The Year of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

When I walk around the office here at Strategic Communications, I notice more and more people using tablet technology to do their day-to-day tasks. Accounting, Sales, Engineering and Service have utilized mobile devices in place of their laptops and desktops without issue. When they go to meetings, they just unhook their tablets from the dock, disengage the HDMI cable that …