Welcome to the March 27, 2020 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Midwest Maintenance uses creativity during pandemic challenges
by Richard D. Brown Midwest Maintenance, a 55-year-old south Omaha-based commercial cleaning firm that’s coming off one of its best years with revenues doubled and contracts in at least seven Midwestern states, is facing adversity as events by several of its customers are being cancelled or significantly curtailed due to the pandemic.
Access Bank set to add seventh location; rolls out concierge executive banking team
by Michelle Leach Since Access Bank was chartered in 2007, the full-service Omaha-born and -grown financial institution has gone from 56th largest bank in the metro in June 2008 to 10th largest metro-area bank in June 2019, based off of in-market deposit data collected by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The bank’s traction is further illustrated with investments in people, processes and places; notably, marked by the opening of its seventh location in Aksarben Village, which is slated for early 2021
Appsky delves into new technologies to boost opportunities and products
by Becky McCarville As Appsky grows and matures from a tech startup that develops mobile and web apps for entrepreneurs, startups and small to medium-sized businesses to a software development company that helps support larger companies with their tech and innovation needs, founder and CEO Taylor Korensky said that the last six months have been a time of growth and opportunity for the company.
Integrity Architectural Millwork builds on custom offerings
by Gabby Christensen When it comes to taking on projects, there is no such thing as ‘too big’ or ‘too small’ for Dustin and Kelly Cox, co-owners of Integrity Architectural Millwork, a specialty manufacturer of wood products for both the commercial and residential building industry.
Burkey connects points of client experience at Midwest Laboratories
by Dwain Hebda Selling clients is one thing, onboarding them smoothly and servicing throughout their life cycle is sometimes quite another. Dana Burkey, client experience officer with Midwest Laboratories, provides the leadership and oversight to help ensure those forces are working in harmony for clients.