Posted tagged ‘Austin’

Pumpkin Carving Contest – Vote Now for Your Favorite!

October 27, 2014

The 2nd Annual Innovative-IDM Pumpkin Carving Contest starts now! Vote for your favorite contender here on the blog until 5pm on Tuesday, October 28 – hover over the photo or click on the gallery to see each pumpkin’s number. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be announced on Wednesday, October 29.  Thank you to all who participated this year!

Team Blues Clues Loses Our Marbles!!

September 10, 2014

 

A crazy circus with nerf gun targets, the Wizard of Oz characters, a neon maze full of games, a dunk tank for managers, …..DODGE BALL??

Who does all this at work? Only a LEGENDARY company like Innovative IDM!  As a newbie I sure didn’t expect any of this at our new employee event.  But, this is what we did!

Just goes to show what an awesome, unique, “out of the box”,  truly legendary place Innovative IDM is.  I am so excited and happy to be on this team with this company.

I can’t wait to see what the future holds for me here!

 

– Carol Mathews

Buzz Welcomes Carol Mathews to Innovative-IDM

June 3, 2014

Please join Buzz in welcoming Carol Mathews to Innovative-IDM! Carol comes to us after 15 years with SMC as an Inside Sales Rep in their Austin office. She also worked for Aus-Tex Printing & Mailing in Austin for 11 years. Carol grew up in San Antonio and earned her bachelor’s degree in Advertising from the University of Texas (Hook ‘em!)  In her spare time, Carol enjoys walking, camping, country music and family.

Buzz Welcomes Carol Mathews to Innovatie-IDM

Buzz welcomes Matt Miller to Innovative-IDM

September 4, 2013

Join Buzz in welcoming Matt Miller to the Innovative-IDM Austin team!  Matt joins Innovative-IDM after three years at Penlee Directional Consultants and three years at Bolyu Commercial Carpets, both in Austin. He grew up in Quincy, Ill. and studied Kinesiology at BYU-Idaho.  In his spare time, Matt enjoys spending time with family, sports, hunting, and camping.

Matt Miller joins Innovative-IDM

SMC Pneumatics Training in Austin

May 21, 2013

Coming to Austin on June 5 & 6 – Basic Pneumatic Circuits and Vacuum Pneumatics training.  Both classes are taught by SMC training specialist Raul Gonzalez, who leads pneumatic training classes all over the country.  All learning materials are provided, plus a catered hearty LUNCH.

Austin Pneumatics Training 
June 5, 2013 – Basic Pneumatic Circuits
June 6, 2013 – Vacuum Pneumatics
8:00 – 3:30 pm each day
$199 per class or attend both classes for $299!
(includes catered lunch)

To register for either BASIC PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS or VACUUM PNEUMATICS class, just email us at marketing@iidm.com.  To see a full schedule of training classes for 2013, visit our training website.

SMC Training Austin June 5 and 6, 2013

Yaskawa A1000 training coming to Central Texas in April

March 24, 2013
Coming to Waco, Austin & San Antonio! Yaskawa’s famous Road Show for Drives Training.A1000 Drive Training
April 15, 2013 – Waco, TX  (Fairfield Inn & Suites Waco North) 

April 17, 2013 – Austin, TX  (Fairfield In & Suites North Austin/Parmer Lane)
April 19, 2013 – San Antonio, TX (Springhill Suites San Antonio Airport)
8:30 am – 4 pm
$249 per class (lunch provided)
This will be hands-on programming training on the A1000 drive. All drives, motors, equipment is provided, as is lunch. If you’ve been planning to send one of your employees (or yourself) to the YASKAWA VFD Training, please act now.Reserve your seat for a full day of A1000 training from the nation’s busiest VFD trainer, Stephen Whittaker of Yaskawa Electric USA.  Just give us a call at 877.906.2100 or email us at info@iidm.com to reserve your seat today.

Yaskawa A1000 training Central Texas

Texas Independence Day — March 2

March 2, 2013

Today is Texas Independence Day, the day Texas became a sovereign nation as the Republic of Texas and broke from Mexico. It’s an official holiday here in Texas — not the kind you get off of work from, but a holiday nonetheless.

If you’ve ever been confounded about how to fly the Texas flag, just remember what my 7th grade teacher used to tell us: “Blood on the ground!”