AZ Business magazine and BestCompaniesAZ present the Most Admired Companies program each year with the goal of recognizing organizations that excel in these six key areas: Customer opinion; diversity, equity, and inclusion; innovation; leadership excellence; social responsibility; and workplace culture. One of Arizona’s Most Admired Companies for 2021 is Adopt Technologies.
With hundreds of nominations representing the most innovative, impactful and successful companies in Arizona, being one of Most Admired Companies of 2021 shows that these companies truly represent the best in Arizona business. The Most Admired Companies for 2021 will be honored at an awards dinner Oct. 7, 2021, at Pointe Hilton Resort Tapatio Cliffs in Phoenix. Title sponsors for the Most Admired Companies awards are WaFd Bank and Taylor Morrison. For sponsorship information, email Amy.Lindsey@azbigmedia.com. For information about the event honoring the Most Admired Companies, email Lynette.Carrington@azbigmedia.com or click here.
Azbigmedia.com will be spotlighting one of Arizona’s Most Admired Companies each day leading up to the awards dinner.
Most Admired Company: 2020-2021
Top Arizona executive: Brett Helgeson, CEO and managing partner
What it does: Information technology company delivering cloud-based solutions and IT management, design and support to small and medium-sized businesses.
Admirable trait: Helgeson was recently recognized as one of the top 25 IT CEOs in the U.S. by IT Services Report, and the honor well-deserved. Helgeson strongly believes in and fosters an environment focused on open communication, constructive feedback, and sharing thoughts and ideas. He believes if team members are successful and happy, Adopt Technologies will be successful with its clients.
Leadership excellence: CEO and Managing Partner Brett Helgeson was recently recognized as one of the Top 25 IT CEOs in the U.S. by ITServices Report, and it is well-deserved. Brett strongly believes in and fosters an environment focused on open communication, constructive feedback, and sharing thoughts and ideas. He asks team members to always put themselves in the other party’s shoes, view things from the opposite perspective, and realize that the way somebody may be interacting with them could be tied to something completely unrelated to the current interaction, causing them to behave a certain way. Brett wants people to speak their minds, voice concerns, hold team members and leadership accountable – albeit conscientiously and respectfully – to help drive the organization and the people within it to be better.