Let’s Connect to Chippewa Valley Energy

Chippewa Valley EnergyEstablished in 1922, Chippewa Valley Energy provides farmers, home owners and businesses with necessary energy solutions. Based in Eau Claire, they are a member-owned cooperative that has grown from 3 employees to over 100 during the last 95 years. The business takes pride in being dedicated to the community, safety and providing unmatched customer service.

Chippewa Valley Energy fills and services leased or customer owned propane tanks as well as offers home heating fuel, diesel and specialty fuels for businesses and equipment. Serving customers in 13 western Wisconsin counties, they have seen substantial customer growth in the past 5 years.

As more and more vendors are requiring digital communication, they are able to meet these demands in a much more efficient manner by being a part of West Wisconsin Telcom’s Fiber Network. This reliable fiber network means Chippewa Valley Energy employees are more productive and spend less time waiting for files to load and transmit. A significant benefit of fiber has been the ability to offer customers digital information in a timely manner and that has set their business apart from some of their competition.

To learn more about Chippewa Valley Energy, please visit their website at www.chippewavalleyenergy.net.

Let’s Connect to Applied Data Consultants

Applied Data Consultants, Inc. (ADC) is a software application development and geographic information
systems (GIS) consulting firm that has its headquarters in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Founded in 1996, ADC is the creator of the nationally renowned and award – winning Elite EXTRATM software. With close to 40 employees, ADC has additional offices in Charlotte, Denver, Las Vegas, Omaha and Washington D.C.

“Over the years, our products and services have migrated to the web, allowing our clients to take advantage of and incorporate powerful cloud technology in a very cost effective manner. Our experience with many businesses has allowed us to offer support, software updates and maintenance on a flexible platform that is less expensive,” said Jim Ward, President of ADC.

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