We Live By Our Process
DGI is a next-generation solutions integrator with a focus on delivering business outcomes. We leverage a proven process that produces consistent results and establishes IT relevancy within your organization.
We assist you by raising the role of IT beyond the management of trouble tickets and blinky lights. We show you how to elevate the perception of the department from a group of tactical firefighters to what it really is—a strategy driver, change agent, and powerful ally in the accomplishment of your organization’s goals.
If you’re ready to define success as more than tactical operations, then you’re ready for relevant IT.
At DGI, we want to help you take your IT projects to the next level by achieving goals and influencing direction. From education, government, business, to everything in between, we work closely with your team to develop solutions that will help transform your organization.
We help elevate IT to what it really should be—a critical component of success. Every organization has priorities, goals, visions, and requirements and IT’s success should be measured by its relevant contributions to all of those objectives.
We do more than just sell you boxes. We have the end game in mind and our entire process is driven by your success criteria and end goals.
We see value in being different and we feel good about providing solutions that serve a larger purpose within your organization.
If you have an IT department, we want to show you how to do more with it.
We all love what we do and who we work with. We expect the best from each member of the team and take great pride in contributing to our collaborative successes, but we also learn from our mistakes and embrace every opportunity for growth and knowledge. We pride ourselves in our company’s success, but we define ourselves through our relationships with each other and with our customers. Take a stroll through the office and you’ll see someone in a suit and someone else wearing headphones and workout clothes—we don’t really sweat the small stuff while we’re focusing on results. We’re always working hard, doing whatever it takes to “get it done,” but don’t miss out when we close the office a little early to wind down with some horseshoes and ping pong.
Just remember, we’re always up for a challenge.
Favorite TV show:
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Aston Martin DBS
Favorite thing my kids say:
‘Bark.’ My kids are dogs, and the best part is, they don’t talk back.
Best party trick:
Staying awake the whole time.
If I could be the member of any band…
I would be the drummer of Nine Inch Nails.
Best of Both Worlds — Van Halen
Favorite movie quote:
“There’s no crying in baseball!”
What I wanted to be when I grew up:
I literally wanted to be a grocery cashier because I thought all of the money in the drawer was theirs.
Something that baffles me:
Why we don’t call acronyms ‘A’s.’
There are 11 types of people in the world – those who understand binary, those who don’t, and those who don’t care.
Director of Engineering
Director of Marketing
Favorite movie quote:
“You’re killin’ me, Smalls!”
Favorite band seen live:
Mumford & Sons
Thing that baffles me:
How I can remember so many seemingly useless movie quotes without even trying.
When I was little…
I wanted to be a batgirl for the SF Giants.
Super power wish:
Teleportation. It’d be nice to have dinner in Italy (at least) once a week.
Director of Talent Management
Siem Reap, Cambodia
What I’d do with a million bucks:
Slogan for life:
There is always a way.
Things I love:
Traveling to countries or places without cell service.
Full Charge Bookkeeper
Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
Never give up until you’ve tried all you can! Also reminds me of baseball and watching the SF Giants!
My family’s New York and Washington, D.C. trip, because every single person thoroughly enjoyed it and wanted to be there together.
What I’d do with $1 million:
Set up trust funds for my kids and buy something nice for people in my life who would never be able to do so for themselves; then, I would travel SO much more.
Favorite thing my kid said:
My 14 year old son, Beau, had to fill out an application for a camp he was hoping to attend. One question asked him who he respected and looked up to or was a hero to him…he said ME!
What weekends are for:
Catching up on family time (sporting games, lake time), chores, and work so we can move forward the next week.