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Triple-I Is Founded

The 70s represented a technological revolution… Hawking developed his theories of black holes; the biological sciences saw great advances in molecular biology and genetics; and the birth of modern computing occurred.

For example, the world’s first general microprocessor emerged and rudimentary personal computers were launched; UNIX and the C-programming language became commonly used; and 8-inch floppy disks became commercially available; car phones first became available in Finland; Pong and Space Invaders were cool; the first email transmission occurred; and voicemail was invented.

As one of America’s early pioneers in the discipline of Talent Management, Triple-I was instrumental in helping clients gain access to hard-to-find skills demanded by an emerging technology sector.

We were there…

When TWA, American, United, Eastern and Pan Am engaged us to help implement their first concurrent real-time passenger reservation systems enabling passengers to book reservations simultaneously – from anywhere in the world.

When Ford Motor Company and General Motors engaged us to help develop and implement a number of leading-edge manufacturing, engineering and financial applications across the United States.

When international finance companies GMAC and Associates Corporation of North America engaged us to help develop and implement real-time, concurrent access financial systems.

It was here, early in our heritage, that Triple-I’s commitment to be a business partner of integrity, unsurpassed expertise and passion was established – where talented people and the application of emerging technology resulted in Triple-I services and solutions that are uniquely…

as individual as you.

"I sold my most valuable possession, but I knew that because I worked at Hewlett Packard, I could buy the next model calculator the very next month for a lower price than I sold the older one for!"
- Steve Wozniak