As we say farewell to 2022, we reflect upon the past year with great appreciation for our team, our clients, suppliers, vendors, and families. You make it possible for us to do what we do – and we thank you!
We are grateful for the lessons learned and resolve to continue our pursuit of excellence in the service of our QIC family and clients.
On behalf of the QIC team, we wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year!
Perhaps you have heard the adage, “Nothing Happens Until Somebody Sells Something.” It has been attributed to several people, such as Arthur “Red” Motley, Peter Drucker, Thomas Watson (IBM), and Henry Ford. Regardless of the source, it has been a clarion call of sorts for salespersons through the years – just trying to “make something… Read more »
In March 2020, we all were hoping to soon see a reduction in the effects of COVID-19. From spring into summer, and from summer into fall – it became evident that we were in for a long, long-term battle to regain some form of normalcy and safety. We have seen three significant surges in COVID… Read more »
I recall as a young child learning that a new, enormous roller coaster – the “Great American Scream Machine” – was in operation at Six Flags over Georgia, just west of Atlanta. The Scream Machine (still in operation) is a wooden coaster which, at the time, was the tallest, longest, and fastest in the world.… Read more »
A few weeks ago, we posted about QIC’s preparedness measures in response to the spread of COVID-19. Since that time much has changed, and the spread of the Coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives personally and professionally. Many of us have friends, family, or acquaintances that have been quarantined with the virus or await… Read more »
With media coverage of the novel COVID-19’s spreading worldwide, we understand the potential for disruption issues which might affect productivity and service levels. While much is yet to be known, companies may be impacted by a significant number of associates unable to report for work due to illness. In keeping with our personnel and disaster… Read more »