Grand Rapids and Detroit, MI— C/D/H, a technology-consulting firm known for highly usable, functional and scalable technology solutions, proudly celebrates its 25-year anniversary.
In 1990, Michael Conway, Keith Dierking, and Paul Hillman created Conway, Dierking and Hillman where they sought to solve technology problems both professionally and creatively. The vision for the firm then, and now, is to "find and solve the toughest business challenges with user-centric technology solutions."
Quickly outgrowing their original office, Conway, Dierking and Hillman moved to downtown Grand Rapids in 1992. In 1997, the name was abbreviated C/D/H to reflect increasing focus on a growing base of talented and skilled consultants, rather than just the founders.
"Having been here since the beginning, it is hard to believe 25 years has gone by so quickly. I'm pleased that the original values that we thought would differentiate us when we opened the doors are just as important today. We felt if we employed the top technology professionals focused on making technology easy to use for our clients, we could distinguish ourselves from the competition. We paired that approach with participative management techniques while attempting to conduct our business using the highest level of ethics we could envision. It is gratifying to know that the values that got us here are just as important now as they were 25 years ago; and as they will be for the next 25 years," said founder Paul Hillman.