Pixo provides information technology and creative services to high-achieving clientele from its headquarters in downtown Urbana, Illinois. Since its inception in 1998, Pixo has partnered artists with engineers to deliver top-quality solutions and has served as a trusted partner for government, education, and nonprofit clients, bringing their visions to life online.
Pixo was founded as On the Job Consulting, a Woman-Owned Business, because it paired experienced software programmers with highly-educated consultants-in-training who were mentored "on the job". Training resources also included computer programming classes which quickly grew into a not-for-profit organization. The Computer Learning and Mentoring Center (CLAM) taught free, community-based courses to hundreds of adults and kids throughout Urbana-Champaign.
Pixo is a Woman-Owned Business that employs creative thinkers who work in tight teams to solve client problems. Staff members have advanced degrees in Engineering, Communications, Computer Science, Library and Information Science, Political Science, Graphic Design, Fine Arts, Film, and Mathematics. They have a minimum of 7 years and an average of 16 years of professional experience in their respective fields.
Pixo is now owned by twelve current and former employees and is governed by all its employees. After leaving corporate America, Sigfried Gold and Lori Patterson founded Pixo in order to create an employee-friendly, flexible workplace that could produce higher satisfaction and better results.
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