Computers, Technology, and Communications

Projecting The Right Image

Your industry changes at the speed of thought, so you need a media company that will not only keep up with the changes but will also project your company’s image as an industry leader. From ENIAC to the Cloud and from Earth to the satellites revolving around us, we chronicle your company’s innovations and the human story behind the technology.

As you can see from our company history books, we have written extensively about your industry. We understand the unrelenting competitive pressures that you face and the many demands on your time. That’s why our turnkey company history book development process is designed to minimize the time that you spend on this project while producing a colorful and in-depth portrait of your corporate culture.

 Computers, Technology, And Communications
 Computers, Technology, And Communications

Some of our well-known corporate subjects include Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Amdahl, EMC, Honeywell, Kulicke & Soffa, MicroAge, Sensormatic, and Titan. Although several of our corporate history subjects have been purchased by larger companies, their company history books remain testaments to their prominent positions in the history of their industries.

With a company history book published by Write Stuff, your company will receive the recognition it deserves. We will capture the essence of your special corporate culture and inspire loyalty and pride in your current and future company employees now and for decades to come. By chronicling the evolution of your company, a company history book will immortalize its position as a dynamic industry force.

“Probably the finest writer of corporate histories today … meticulously researched and written in a breezy, easy-to-read style.”

Betty Jane Dunn

Former Editor
Directorship magazine
 Computers, Technology, And Communications

“Working with you and your colleagues was a great experience. Once again, many thanks for your courtesies and all the hard work that went into satisfying our toughest critics to produce a book which … captures the culture and spirit of the company.”

John Greenagel

Former Director Of
Corporate Communications Advanced Micro Devices