Paul Bolden


by Colleen Kranz

Saint Paul, MN (May 16, 2015) – Renodis (, America’s first communications managed services company focused on a seamless and superior communications experience for clients, was pleased to support and accompany local WWII Veteran, Paul Bolden, as he traveled to Washington, D.C. as part of the Honor Flight program, a non-profit organization dedicated to transporting veterans to visit memorials built to honor their service.

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Solving the Annual CIO Dilemma

by Colleen Kranz

No one needs to tell you that the job of the CIO is one of America’s most stressful roles. As each year winds down you reflect on how you've had such great plans to move the needle strategically yet your organization ended up barely keeping the lights on. Take a moment to watch this video to learn a how to solve the annual CIO Dilemma, drive revenue by using technology strategically, while ensuring operational excellence within your company’s communications infrastructure.


Happy Thanksgiving from Renodis

by Colleen Kranz

"At Thanksgiving, more than ever, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible as we work to change the industry, empower our clients, and drive excellence in the creation of our new category: Turnkey Communications Management.


Renodis Summer Soiree at the Minnesota Transportation Museum

by Colleen Kranz

Team Renodis had a great time last Saturday at the Minnesota Transportation Museum/Jackson Street Roundhouse for their Summer Soiree get together.  The Jackson Street Roundhouse is a a former steam engine maintenance facility with a genuine operating roundhouse turntable, one of the last of its kind in the country.

Joe Topinka

CIO Joe Topinka on Vendor Partnerships and Renodis

by Colleen Kranz

Recently Joe Topinka (, author, speaker and previous CIO of Red Wing Shoe Company, sat down to talk about how he delivers more business value through vendor partnerships and why he chose Renodis to manage Communications Infrastructure at Red Wing Shoe Company.