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Mike Cobb


Mike Cobb

Field Service Manager

What is your favorite part about working for Infomax?

The best part of working at Infomax is its family. Everyone is working towards the same goal and everyone from the top down is approachable

What do you love about your job?

The part of my job is learning something new and being able to resolve issues for my customers and Infomax itself

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

The one meal I could eat every day is a Ham and Turkey sandwich. The only time it would be different is if I grab my sandwich upside down then it would be a Turkey and Ham.

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Valerie Lee


Chris Eckels

Unique about Infomax:

The most unique aspect to Infomax is the company culture. From my first day on, everyone and every part of the team has been extremely helpful. Out on the road or in the office, managers and other resources have always been available to complete a job quickly and correctly.

Favorite Quote:

My Grandfather James O’Connor originally introduced this to me:

THE MAN IN THE GLASS

When you get what you want in your struggle for self

And the world makes you king for a day

Just go to the mirror and look at yourself

And see what that man has to say.

For it isn’t your father, or mother, or wife

Whose judgment upon you must pass

The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life

Is the one staring back from the glass.

He’s the fellow to please – never mind all the rest

For he’s with you, clear to the end

And you’ve passed your most difficult, dangerous test

If the man in the glass is your friend.

You may fool the whole world down the pathway of years

And get pats on the back as you pass

But your final reward will be heartache and tears

If you’ve cheated the man in the glass.

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Mike Meyers


Mike Meyers

Account Executive

What have you gained by working at Infomax?

I have gained knowledge in the printing industry, something that I had very limited exposure to until coming aboard the Infomax team. It provided a new and exciting career in the world of graphics. It makes the days sometimes challenging, but always exciting.

What do you love about your job?

I love meeting new people and the relationships that have developed over the years. It’s always enjoyable to see the solutions that you provided, help the customer be more efficient and profitable. Seeing the customer asking for your point of view and recommendations for their business.

What is on your bucket list?

I would like to do some traveling to see some of the nation’s national parks. First on my list would be Glacier National Park and Denali National Park. I would enjoy getting back to nature and also seeing the beauty the country has to offer. I also would like to go to Europe and experience different cultures and view the history that countries have to offer.

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Morgan Cupp


Morgan Cupp

Billing Administrative Assistant

Infomax has helped me in my career development by gaining experience in many different aspects of my life and helping me along the way with this being my first real full-time job.

What I love most about my job is the people I work with. I spend 40 hours a week here and I love being around all the different personalities and being able to get to know everyone day by day.

I little about myself: I am 19 years old and I was born in Columbus, Ohio (Go Buckeyes)! My favorite things are laying on the beach or hiking in the mountains, and being around my family and friends. What makes me happiest is my dog Oliver; he is a Miniature Dachshund I got in March!

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Chris Eckels


Chris Eckels

What is unique about Infomax?

The most unique aspect to Infomax is the company culture. From my first day on, everyone and every part of the team has been extremely helpful. Out on the road or in the office, managers and other resources have always been available to complete a job quickly and correctly.

What is your favorite quote?

My Grandfather James O’Connor originally introduced this to me:

THE MAN IN THE GLASS

When you get what you want in your struggle for self
And the world makes you king for a day
Just go to the mirror and look at yourself
And see what that man has to say.

For it isn’t your father, or mother, or wife
Whose judgment upon you must pass
The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life
Is the one staring back from the glass.

He’s the fellow to please – never mind all the rest
For he’s with you, clear to the end
And you’ve passed your most difficult, dangerous test
If the man in the glass is your friend.

You may fool the whole world down the pathway of years
And get pats on the back as you pass
But your final reward will be heartache and tears
If you’ve cheated the man in the glass.

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Shawn Taylor


Shawn Taylor

Vice President, Technical Services

What is your favorite part about working for Infomax?

The people I work with and the challenge of a business with always-changing technology.

What do you love about your job?

I love helping people resolve problems and issues, be it business related or personal.

If you could be anyone from any time period, who would it be and why?

My dad. He was a young boy growing up in the South, then moved to the Midwest when he was 8 years old, all before 1920. Then he was drafted into World War II at age 36 and became a prisoner of war in a German Prison Camp… and he still raised a family of 7 before dying at age 92. The stories I heard and lessons I learned from him made his life very intriguing to me.

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John McGill


John McGill

Solutions Architect

What is your favorite part about working for Infomax?

The life/work balance is my favorite part about working for Infomax. I like how there is little to no on-call or after hours work so that I can focus on spending time with my family when my work day is over.

What do you love about your job?

One of the things that I love about my job is that I am not micromanaged. I am expected and trusted to perform at a high level in my position which makes it much easier to be successful.

What is your favorite line from a movie?

“Slow is smooth and smooth is fast” – Shooter
Taking your time and doing something the right way the first time is always faster than having to take the time to redo or fix something.

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Don Dickson


Don “T-bone” Dickson

Purchasing

What are 3 words to describe Infomax?

Team / Family / Excellence

What do you love about your job?

Interacting and engaging with our customers and our fellow employees

What is your favorite motto or personal mantra?

Faith, Hope, Love

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Kyle Bryan


Kyle Bryan

Director of Operations

What are 3 words to describe Infomax?

Great ownership, employees that care, and great products.

What do you love about your job?

Every day is different challenge and we are empowered to deal with those challenges.

What is your favorite line from a movie?

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” -Cool Hand Luke

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Keith Hulbert


Keith Hulbert

Logistics/Delivery Specialist

What have you gained from working at infomax?

Infomax has provided me with the opportunity to settle, grow and put down roots in the Des Moines area community and live a wonderful, balanced life. When I was hired at Infomax, I had only lived in the Des Moines area for a month, having relocated here from SE Minnesota / western Wisconsin. A relationship brought me here, it dissolved in less than a year and what was I left with? An AMAZING employer (Infomax) and a “family” who, from the ownership, all the way down to my immediate co-workers and their spouses provided me with encouragement love and support both at work and away from the office. It’s been over 7 years since I decided (with much encouragement) to stick it out as a single guy and build a life around a job at Infomax and a new “family” here along with the Des Moines area community, my church and support groups and the friends that I have made there as well. It’s been remarkable and I wouldn’t give up a single minute of it!!!

At the end of the day, what makes you smile?

When I do an inventory of my day just before I go to sleep, what makes me smile is: a) Knowing that I’ve kept my side of the street clean (kept my nose out of others business, done the best I can, made right any wrongs I may have done, owned my mistakes etc.). b) Being able to identify at least one situation where I made someone else’s day better, made someone smile, made a positive “imprint” on the world / made a difference and left the world no worse than it was when I woke up / actually made it a better place by having been here. c) Knowing that I contributed to making Infomax a better place to work, I’ve been of greater service to my fellow employees and a more positive contribution to my customers’ worlds and the world around me in general. ON A LESS THAN IDEAL DAY, IT MAKES ME SMILE TO SIMPLY KNOW THAT I HAVE DONE NO HARM!!!

What did you want to be growing up/people would be surprised if they knew?

As a kid growing up, we had a television but it was made very clear that tv watching was NOT a priority. We had bikes and sleds and imaginations and space to roam ( I grew up in a small SE Minnesota farm community (population 1200)) so we were given a limited slot of time for TV. My one and only primary TV interest were on Saturday nights at 8 pm and that slot was held by my heroes, Johnny Gage and Roy DeSoto of Squad 51 and Captain Stanley and the boys of Engine 51. “Emergency” shaped and formed who and what I wanted to be when I grew up…a firefighter and a paramedic. What many people may not realize is that the guy who shows up and delivers their copy machines spent the first portion of his adult career life fulfilling that dream: First a volunteer EMT in Lewiston, MN then 911 Paramedic in Stillwater, MN and Forest Lake, MN and part-time firefighter in Lake Elmo, MN and Stillwater, MN and finally, Critical Care and Flight Paramedic (yes, I was one of those guys in the helicopter) at Life Link III in Minneapolis / St. Paul. It’s was a 17-year “run” filled with experiences I would never trade and people I can never forget or thank enough and with events, I still dream about and wish I could forget. Just grateful I could serve and that my soft, caring spirit held out as long as it did.