Welcome to the October 20, 2017 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 43 No. 42

Briefs in this week's issue

RSM promotes Carlson, Kreiser, Wampler, Ohs, Tieken, Brummels, Conway, Rasmussen and Schuerman in its Omaha, Lincoln offices

Hillcrest Health Services selects Hatcher as chief medical officer

Lutz elects Bartruff, Hardy, Hand, Newton as new shareholders

Special Sections:

• Employee Benefits

• Business & Industrial Parks/Leasing

Lamp Rynearson competes with innovative technology
by Richard D. Brown

Drone and innovative scanning technology is giving Omaha-based Lamp Rynearson, a 58-year-old civil engineering, landscape architecture, construction administration and surveying firm, a competitive advantage as it completes a wide range of private and public sector projects.

La Casa Pizzaria dishes out more options to customers from online orders to food truck

by Michelle Leach

La Casa Pizzaria is evolving with offerings on wheels — its food truck — and via technologies such as online ordering, while staying focused on customer service from the family that has been dishing out its Neapolitan-style pizza for almost 75 years.

Smart-enabled apartment community delivers plug and play app to renters

by Becky McCarville

At the recent grand opening of 1415 @ The Y ard apartment com- plex at 14th and Cuming streets, property manager Ashley Abel with Cushman & Wakefield/Lund Co., logged onto the property dashboard to launch the smart apartment app designed by Portland-based IOT AS (Internet of Things As a Service), demonstrating the ease at which a new tenant can control and integrate automated technology to fit their lifestyle.

Locally owned Aksarben Cinema serves large demographic with amenities

by Savannah Behrends

Since opening in 2009, Aksarben Cinema, near 67th and Center streets, has found its niche market in people who care about the movie-going experience. It continues to add amenities accordingly.

Diverse array of people-oriented expertise, tailored solutions help HR systems grow

by Michelle Leach

Leveraging more than three decades of experience with some of Omaha’ s biggest corporate giants, Doug Pedersen launched HR Systems — a now more than 14-year-old business — to serve all human resource-oriented needs, with relationships tailored to everyone from the two-person medical practice to the 300- to 400-plus organization with its own HR department.

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