CorpComm Is Now Hillmer; New Brand Exemplifies Full Scope of Services

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Far beyond conventional corporate communications, Hillmer combines strategic communications, consulting, program management and information technology to deliver the very best solutions to the federal government and the companies that serve it.

We educate and engage stakeholders to get goals accomplished.

CorpComm, Inc. announced today the change of its company name to Hillmer, Inc., a name that reflects the full suite of problem-solving capabilities the company provides to the federal government and the contractors that serve it. Far beyond conventional corporate communications, or “corp comm” services, Hillmer combines strategic communications, consulting, program management and information technology to deliver the very best solutions.

“We educate and engage stakeholders to get goals accomplished,” said Linda Hillmer, president and CEO of Hillmer. “The name Hillmer releases us from the limiting constraints of ‘corporate communications’ because what we provide is so much more: we help clients define the right messages, identify and develop the best platforms and processes by which to deliver them, and implement plans, including leveraging complex IT-based solutions, so our clients can achieve outcomes critical to their organizations’ success.

“Today, technology is pervasive; the message and the medium are inextricably linked. The Hillmer team is unparalleled in its ability to leverage technology while infusing real creativity,” Hillmer added.

Hillmer's areas of service encompass Strategic Communications, Government Relations, Program Management and Information Technology Solutions. Consultants and specialists from each discipline partner to customize solutions based on the client’s goals, an approach made all the more relevant in today’s challenging economic times.

“Whether it’s a government agency that seeks to do more with less, or a contractor trying to establish best practices for growth, the Hillmer team is a valuable asset that implements meaningful improvements and engages stakeholders, making organizations work more effectively and more efficiently,” said Hillmer.

“Accomplished”
The company’s new tagline—“Accomplished”—reinforces the notion of achieving client goals, but it is also a nod to Hillmer’s creative talent: a team of accomplished writers, designers, managers and technologists; a team that has won dozens of industry awards.

“We are energized by challenges. We are passionate about combining our talents to improve the way government works,” said Hillmer. “We provide creative people who have vision, energy and drive with the tools and means to succeed and, in doing so, we help grow and sustain our local communities while strengthening our national economy.

“From assisting the Army to attract the right people to support America’s service members, to helping the Air Force do more business with the small business community, we know that our work is meaningful to our country, its security, and its growth – and that is tremendously gratifying to our team,” added Hillmer.

Clients
Hillmer has completed successful initiatives for or is currently serving agencies within the Department of Defense, the Army, the Navy, the Marines, the Air Force, and the U.S. departments of Agriculture, Commerce, and Justice. Hillmer team members are experts in developing solutions in the programmatic disciplines of information technology, human capital management, homeland security, logistics, small business and acquisition.

About Hillmer, Inc.
Hillmer, Inc. is an award-winning strategic communications and consulting firm that solves problems for the federal government and the companies that serve it. Its communications professionals, program managers and information technology experts work together to deliver highly effective solutions that educate and engage stakeholders to get goals accomplished. Hillmer is a HUBZone-certified, woman-owned small business. For more information, please visit http://www.hillmerinc.com.

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