Over 30 Candidates Attended the Event In Hopes of Joining Lighthouse’s Team
DAYTON, OH April 11, 2013– Lighthouse Technologies, Inc (Lighthouse), an Oracle E-Business and software quality management consulting firm, successfully hosted a recruitment open house at their headquarters in Dayton, OH. Over 30 top IT professionals with software testing, project management, and Oracle ERP development and functional experience attended last night’s event in hopes of joining Lighthouse’s team.
“Last night’s event was incredible,” said Jeff Van Fleet, CEO of Lighthouse. “You could really feel the energy and enthusiasm. I met a lot of talented, articulate Oracle ERP analysts, project managers, and software testers who are looking for a new opportunity at Lighthouse.”
Numerous attendees commented not only on the quality of the event, but also on Lighthouse’s culture. As one attendee commented, “I am really excited about the opportunities here (at Lighthouse). You are like the Google of Dayton....
Article taken from the Dayton Daily News: http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/business/lighthouse-technologies-recruiting-it-workers/nW8SX/
By Dave Larsen, Staff Writer, Dayton Daily News
Posted: 10:37 a.m. Monday, April 1, 2013
Article taken from the Dayton Business Journal: http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2013/03/25/dayton-it-firm-looks-hire-a-dozen.html
Top Workplace Announces Recruitment Open House
DAYTON, OH March 25, 2013– Lighthouse Technologies, Inc. (Lighthouse), an Oracle E-Business and software quality management consulting firm, is holding a recruitment open house for top information technology professionals. The open house will be held at Lighthouse headquarters, located at 1430 Oak Court, Suite 101, Dayton, Ohio 45430 on Wednesday, April 10 at 5:30-7:30pm.
Listed as one of the 2013 Top Workplaces in the Dayton/Springfield region and one of the fastest growing companies according to Inc. Magazine, Lighthouse wants to continue to attract talented professionals in software testing, software quality management, and Oracle E-Business consulting.
Positions are available for qualified information technology people in the Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus region with at least 3 years experience in one of the following areas: Software Testing, Project Management, as well as Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
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Lighthouse Technologies, Inc. Ranks #8 for Small Employers
DAYTON, OH January 27, 2013 Lighthouse Technologies, Inc. (Lighthouse), a software quality management consulting firm providing software testing, vendor quality management, and Oracle ERP consulting, is pleased to announce that it has been ranked #8 in the 2013 Top Workplaces by the Dayton Daily News and Springfield-News Sun.
The Top Workplaces are determined solely on employee feedback. In the fall of 2012, employees responded to a survey conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement. The qualities the employees measured included work/life balance, pay and benefits, and company leadership, to name a few.
Lighthouse rated high in: employees feel well informed about important decisions at Lighthouse, new ideas are encouraged and communicated, employees feel genuinely appreciated at Lighthouse and the employees feel like they are a part of something meaningful.
“I am really excited about this news,” CEO Jeff Van Fleet said. “We really work hard to make...
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Welcome to 2013! We are excited for the New Year. A few years ago, a friend of mine helped me start a new "New Year" tradition. Instead of making one or more resolutions of things we want to change, I now start the new year making a list of things I accomplished the previous year. In fact, it is something we do here at Lighthouse and I encourage you to try it. It really is amazing the things that we accomplish, and we are all so busy that we often don't take a few moments to celebrate our successes. So, my wish for you is that you start the year off celebrating...
Article taken from the Dayton Daily News: http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/business/beavercreek-it-firm-taps-espn-basketball-analyst/nTBqg/
By Dave Larsen, Staff Writer, Dayton Daily News
Posted: 12:01 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012
Lighthouse Technologies Inc. is employing the strategy of a former championship college basketball coach to grow its business.
The Beavercreek-based software quality management firm earlier this year hired Mark Adams as executive vice president of sales and marketing. Adams, of Springboro, also works as an ESPN college basketball analyst and a motivational speaker.
Adams is “dynamic and energetic,” according to Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s president and chief executive. Van Fleet credits Adams for helping the company expand its customer base.
For example, Adams was able to close new deals in recent months with two companies that Van Fleet had been trying to land for several years without any...
Article taken from the Dayton Daily News: http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/business/it-forum-focuses-on-security-mobile-trends/nS6dj/
Posted: 4:51 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012
Data security and the proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace were among the top concerns of area business information technology professionals who attended an industry conference Wednesday in downtown Dayton.
Nearly 200 IT professionals from about 50 local companies and organizations attended Technology First’s sixth annual “Taste of IT” event at Sinclair Community College’s Ponitz Center.
The day-long forum and trade show featured keynote speakers from GE Aviation, Google and Lighthouse Technologies, as well as presentations by such companies as Oracle, Sogeti and Enterasys Networks.
Large company technology experts “can open our eyes to what is possible and what is available...