Pragmatic Works Blog

A Look Back at 2014...

Written by Liz Hamilton | Dec 29, 2014

Can you believe 2014 has already come to an end? We sure can't! We wanted to take a minute to say thank you to all of our loyal customers and supporters. We would not be where we are without you!

Below is an overview of some of Pragmatic Works' 2014 highlights. If you think we've missed something, we would love to hear from you what you think we missed. Also, feel free to let us know what you would like to see from Pragmatic Works in 2015.

2014 Awards:

INC Magazine’s Top 5000 Companies
Microsoft Northeast Partner of the Year
Jacksonville Business Journal Best Place to Work
HP Big Data Frontline Partner of the Year
Microsoft APS Partner of the Year
Jacksonville Business Journal’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies
FL Governor Business Ambassador Award
Clay Chamber Small Business of the Month

New Product Releases:

DOC xPress ServerDOC xPress Server brings the metadata capabilities of the DOC xPress desktop application to a web application that you host, making it much easier to share documentation, lineage, and data dictionary information in your organization. By supporting a web-based user interface, you can provide access to all of your business and technical users, without requiring them to have a desktop installation.

Community Outreach:

Youth Technology CampYouth Technology Camp is a week-long technology adventure camp which aims to help kids ages 9-16 understand the basics of programming and other fun technology-related subjects. The students will get to create their own exciting games and robots while learning fundamental technology concepts. More than 30 kids participated in the camp in 2014.

Foundation- Pragmatic Works held 4 foundation classes in 2014. The Pragmatic Works Foundation is dedicated to helping motivated, passionate individuals change their lives by learning in-demand technology skills. We are focused on promoting education and economic empowerment by introducing veterans, unemployed, underemployed and underprivileged youth to new skills and preparing them for a career in the technology industry.

School of ProgrammingPragmatic Work's School of Programming allows juniors and seniors from Middleburg High School to earn college credits by taking IT dual enrollment courses provided by St. John's River State College. There are currently 6 students participating in the program and there are plans to expand the program to other schools in 2015.

Seamark Ranch- Pragmatic Work's held 2 promotions in which proceeds went to Seamark Ranch. Pragmatic Works raised over $1,000. In addition to the monetary donation, Pragmatic Works provided Seamark Ranch with TVs, XBox's, video games, paper and cleaning products.

Thanks for making 2014 a great year. We can't wait to see what 2015 has to offer!