I have recently moved on from UTG, http://www.utgsolutions.com, an IT Services Provider to Small to Medium Businesses after 6.5 years. My mission is now to help companies like UTG, IT Service Providers, in the United States, get the most out of their investment in the ConnectWise, http://www.connectwise.com/, software and related process around ConnectWise.
I have started using the tag line "Bridge the Gap" in my email signature, so if you think this would work into the logo, that would be cool and maybe the visual of a bridge?
Another idea might be from the concept of a 3-legged stool where each leg of the stool represents each of the components required to get anything done, people, process, and technology. Even if one of these legs of the stool are not working well, the stool is at best unbalanced and at worst falls over, i.e. gross inefficiencies in process.
Some background - One of my earliest projects @ UTG was to improve our process and use of a centralized Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool that also would allow our engineers to capture their time while working for customers. I lead the 2006 implementation of the ConnectWise, business operating software for IT Service Providers. ConnectWise has over 50,000 users worldwide and most of them are not getting the most out of the CW implementation because of the way they have setup their software and the inefficiencies between their people, process, and technology. Of those 50,000 users, about 220+ companies, separated into 23 peer groups of 6-12 companies, are members of HTG Peer Groups (http://www.htgpeergroups.com/). UTG has been a member for almost 2 years, and we have been continually told that we utilize CW to its fullest capabilities while we grew from 6 to 28 people over 7 years. Our peer group members have asked us repeatedly to help them with their ConnectWise implementations, so my plan is to do just that. I have no plans currently of adding employees. It will be just me.
On a personal note, I have been married for 13 years and have 2 daughters, 10 and 8. I firmly believe in the Golden Rule and do my best every day to live according that fundamental rule. I also believe in living an integrated life and not creating silos of personal, work, spiritual, political, etc. If that can somehow be brought into the mix that would be great.
Hope that helps provide some context to what I am trying to accomplish with a logo.