A Tale of Becoming: What Mentorship Means In Atrium’s Luminate Program

A Tale of Becoming What Mentorship Means In Atrium’s Luminate Program

Author: Tyler Pollard, Nick Burkland Going from college to full-time work is an exciting, yet scary transition for most people. Upon entering the workforce, there is a major shift in dynamics that takes place. What was once a rubric and syllabus is now the more abstract task of defining goals, prioritizing, and accomplishing tasks. Where […]

Atrium Earth Week: Nurturing a Culture of Charity and Earth Positivity

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Celebrating and taking care of our planet has never been more relevant and important. Despite having existed for over 50 years, Earth Day has taken on new meaning and power as awareness and activism about our Earth’s health and future has become a global phenomenon. It no longer seems feasible to appreciate the planet just […]

International Women’s Day 2022: Breaking the Bias

International Women’s Day is upon us — a great time for us all to reflect on how far we have come since the holiday’s first observance over one hundred years ago. Throughout this time, there have been so many milestones achieved by women all around the world. As I type this, my mind immediately shifts […]

Atrium selected as nominee for TechPoint Mira Awards honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’

Following two years of virtual events, award winners will be announced during an in-person gala at the JW Marriott on Saturday, April 23, 2022 INDIANAPOLIS (February 15, 2022) — TechPoint, the nonprofit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, today announced the nominees for its 23rd annual Mira Awards program presented by Salesforce. The Mira […]

Get to Know Atrium: John Gorup

Get To know Atrium John Gorup

What’s an average day at Atrium like for you? The strategy team at Atrium is an interesting hybrid of business expertise and technical knowledge. Primarily, my day-to-day job is to take care of our customers. I am normally assigned to one or two projects. My role on projects is a mix of business analyst, assistant […]

Benefits of an Employee Volunteer Program

Authors: Molly Emmett, Ann Cisney-Booth, Matt McGorrey, Emma Jacobs, and Nate Van Roosendaal Atrium’s Cultivate program is exclusively dedicated to donating time and expertise to nonprofit customers and charitable organizations. What types of efforts translate into time and expertise? Cultivate has three major focus areas: 1) technical expertise that we can offer in an at-cost […]

Recipe for Success: 5 Ingredients You Need to Create a Great Company Culture

Authored by:  Adam Roark & Jess Cantu   Creating a culture that is adaptive to the ever-changing workplace comes with an array of challenges. How exactly do we balance the quest to establish a unique office culture, a remote culture, and a global culture? And while championing the growth of our business? At the very […]

Get To Know Atrium: Paul Harmon

Get To know Atrium Paul Harmon

What’s an average day at Atrium like for you? As a Lead Data Scientist, I get to spend time supporting projects for our customers, helping to design and implement machine learning-based solutions. Additionally, I spend time assisting pre-sales, mentoring other members of our team, driving thought leadership around new solutions, and supporting internal projects that […]

Get to Know Atrium: Molly Emmett

What’s an average day at Atrium like for you? A typical day for me involves internal and external project meetings and building out and evaluating model solutions. What brought you to Atrium? My background is in direct service in education and nonprofits. It was important for me to seek understanding both of the individuals in […]

Get to Know Atrium: Dustin Weaver

Get to know Atrium Dustin Weaver

What brought you to Atrium? The people. Having worked with many of my current teammates in the past, I said in one of my interviews that I didn’t care what we were doing here at Atrium, I just wanted to work with these people again. Also, since I had known most of our leadership from […]