Click for published PressRelease Steven J. Toups, CPA included among Silicon Bayou 100 honorees MADISONVILLE, La. – February 2, 2018 – Cleargistix President and CEO Steven J. Toups, CPA has been included on the Silicon Bayou 100 for 2017, a list of the 100 most influential and active individuals in tech and entrepreneurship in Louisiana in
Cleargistix own CTO Rick Honsberger spoke at the Energy Innovators Pitch Challenge for LAGCOE 2017 hosed by Innvo8 Acadiana! Check out what News 15 KADN had to say about us and watch the video below! “The public is seeing the future of the oil and gas industry at LAGCOE. Entrepreneurs pitched their new ideas at
Netchex Partners with Cleargistix Netchex, a leading HCM provider, partners with Cleargistix to eliminate pain points of paper, spreadsheets and outdated processes Cleargistix and Netchex focused on providing automated, digital services to key markets. Netchex, a leading HCM technology solution, today announced a partnership with Cleargistix, a premier provider of automated, digital services to businesses
In the interests of full disclosure, I am an alum of PwC, working in what was then referred to as the business assurance, litigation support and consulting areas. Working in public accounting for nearly 7 years provided me with an invaluable business education and I highly recommend it to accounting students. With that out of the way….
Rework is one of most expensive costs resulting from poor quality. Rework not only means redoing, it includes all of the efforts expended fixing something that was not done right the first time. Sending an email to look for a missing document. Picking up the phone to verify that the number on the form was
While on a United Airlines flight over the Atlantic last week, I read an article in the December 2016 issue of United’s Hemispheres magazine, “The Future’s So Bright” by Boyd Farrow (see below). The article is about Snap Inc.’s new Spectacles video-recording sunglasses. In the article, Mr. Farrow points out that functional and simple are
Field data exists in many forms: work orders, manifests, revenue and job tickets, safety forms, inspection forms, and so on. Paper has been the go-to medium for recording and presenting this information. Given the alternatives that were historically available, paper had a great run as the best way to collect and present information. There are,