Posts Tagged ‘Venture Technologies’

Venture Technologies turns 25

by Stephen McDill Published: May 20,2011

Tags: Venture Technologies

Pictures (starting top, left to right): CEO, Gerard Gibert, addresses the crowd Senator John Horhn, Norman Katool, Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee Tarrien Williams, Daphne Matchen, Mark Frye Ryan Allen, Kristen Hinton, Ellen Freeman, Mark Frye, Debra Stewart, Daphne Matchen, Kassie DuVall Raphael Semmes and Jazz and Blues Ensamble Norman Katool, Gerard Gibert Norman Katool receives […] [...]

Gerard Gibert, Venture Technologies

by Stephen McDill Published: May 6,2011

Tags: cloud computing, Gerard Gibert, information technology, Venture Technologies

JACKSON- Venture Technologies CEO Gerard Gibert sits down with MBJ-TV for an inside look at his 25-year-old IT firm. [...]

Venture Technologies hires Smith

by MBJ Staff Published: March 27,2011

Tags: Lauren K. Smith, Venture Technologies

Lauren K. Smith, MBA, recently joined Venture Technologies as the director of marketing and communications. Smith received her MBA from Millsaps College and bachelor’s degrees in marketing and economics from Mississippi State University. Previously, she worked as an Account Executive in a Jackson ad agency and served as a marketing consultant in industries including nonprofit, […] [...]

Q&A: Gerard Gibert, CEO, Venture Technologies

by Amy McCullough Published: March 20,2011

Tags: Gerard Gibert, Q&A, Venture Technologies

His head is in the clouds Mississippi native leads successful tech company Gerard Gibert is the CEO of Ridgeland-based Venture Technologies. Gibert and partner Norman Katool founded Venture Technologies in 1986, and will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year. The company has 98 employees and additional offices in Baton Rouge, Birmingham and Memphis. Gibert is […] [...]

Venture Technologies

by Wally Northway Published: November 30,2009

Tags: Fast 40, Venture Technologies

In the early 1980s, Norman Katool, CPA, and Gerard Gibert were providing information technology (IT) consulting and auditing services to clients of a Jackson CPA firm when they began to be intrigued by the microcomputer phenomenon that was transforming businesses as well as governments. They wanted to become involved, but how? Taking a leap into […] [...]

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