Travis Proctor – CEO NEXUS Cup Award Winner


Travis Proctor founded Artemis, an IT Managed Services Provider (MSP) while still a sophomore at Florida Institute of Technology, with a mission to help small businesses get a real return on their technology investments. Artemis celebrates 20 years this month, doubling in business these past three. They offer end-to-end IT solutions, with a specialty in healthcare, professional and non-profit service industries. They provide multiple services and solutions ranging from computer sales and support, hosting, Internet and software development and more that are proven to increase productivity and reduce total cost of ownership. The company was listed on the Inc. 5000 in 2014, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

Artemis supports a wide variety of community organizations and Proctor serves on the board of trustees for Florida Tech, the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce, Brevard Symphony Orchestra and more. In 2012, Proctor was recognized by Governor Scott as one of Florida’s top young entrepreneurs and last year was honored as the 2014 Business Leader of the Year in Technology by SpaceCoast Business. “By providing the opportunity to interact and discuss issues and ideas with fellow stage two company CEOs, CEO Nexus has helped us manage growth and focus our vision,” says Proctor. 


CEO Nexus, in collaboration with the Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship at Rollins College, Florida High Tech Corridor Council and the University of Central Florida GrowFL Program, brings together leaders of established growth-oriented businesses in a confidential setting to meet and learn from CEO peers who have grown their companies into more advanced stages of business development. The CEO Nexus Cup is a traveling trophy and member-recognition award, recognizing those companies that have achieved growth and entrepreneurial success, in part due to their collaboration with CEO Nexus.




This article appears in the November 2015 issue of i4 Business.
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