Press

Spring 2013 Technology Executive MDI Forum

Posted on April 17, 2013

For more information on the MDI Forum click here.

Inc. 5000 – 2012

Posted on December 5, 2012

Wirevibe was recognized by the Inc 5000 team as one of the fastest growing companies nationally, coming in at #1494 on the 2012 list.

For more information see http://www.inc.com/inc5000/list/2012/700/employees/ascend

Fall 2012 Executive MDI Forum

Posted on October 18, 2012

For more information on the MDI Forum click here.

Ronald McDonald House

Posted on August 15, 2012

John Soto participates in support of the Ronald McDonald house of Dallas on a yearly basis.

For more information click here.

Wirevibe Technology Profile D CEO Magazine

Posted on January 15, 2012

Wirevibe was featured in an article in Dallas CEO Magazine.

For more information see WireVibe’12.pdf

Dallas 100 – Fastest Growing Companies

Posted on November 18, 2011

Wirevibe made #78 on the Dallas 100 fastest growing companies list for 2011. We are excited to be part of this event with the other great companies around Dallas.

See the full list here:

http://www.cox.smu.edu/web/caruth-institute/2011-dallas-100-winners

Wirevibe Technology Profile D CEO Magazine

Posted on January 15, 2011

Wirevibe was featured in an article in Dallas CEO Magazine.

For more information see WireVibe’11.pdf

And Justice for All

Posted on September 30, 2008

Wirevibe developed the JIMS roadmap for the Judiciary, State of Hawaii, to define the future projects for the Court’s rollout of the JIMS application projects and the hardware infrastructure to support them.

Please refer to the attached article from And Justice for All. And Justice for All

State of Hawaii – Judiciary

Posted on December 6, 2007

Wirevibe delivered a Java based web service infrastructure to the Judiciary, State of Hawaii, to process outstanding traffic fees and fines. These fully automated interfaces not only sent the fees and fines owed to a collection agency in Austin, Texas it also received and updated the payment information back into the Court’s JIMS system with no Clerk intervention.

Please refer to the attached article from the Hawaii Sun Bulletin. Collections Article