In the Community
Just as we strive to be accessible, relevant and in touch with our IT services clients, we value the same when it comes to our friends, neighbors and communities. Here are just a few of the ways we have become thoughtfully involved with our local community organizations and businesses.
Our relationship with Easter Seals is a long-standing one. We have a great appreciation for what they provide for the communities they are present in, and feel fortunate to have found several ways to participate alongside them.
This organization provides First Responders with drawstring bags and books to comfort children in crisis. The books help direct the children’s attention away from the anxiety and fear of the situation. One of our favorite annual events is their Kickin’ It For Kid’s Kickball Tournament!
We’re some of those crazy people who jump into a pool of cold water on a freezing winter day at the Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. We do it because we believe in what Special Olympics is doing. They provide year-round sports training and competition in 18 Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics empowers those with disabilities to become physically fit, productive, and respected members of society. That’s definitely something worth jumping into some cold water for.
ITP is fortunate to have a strong presence in the legal setting, bringing specialized IT services to many of Wisconsin’s largest law firms. With strong roots in serving the legal industry, we have also become ingrained in the legal community, including involvement with organizations like WALA. WALA promotes and enhances the competence and professionalism of legal administrators and all members of the legal management team. We are proud sponsors of WALA.
InfraGard is a collaboration between the FBI and private sector organizations including businesses, academic institutions, law enforcement agencies, and others. It’s a place to share information in order to protect American citizens and prevent hostile acts against the U.S. As an InfraGard sponsor, ITP represents the information technology sector and as such, is helping to identify cyber threats and vulnerabilities that need to be addressed.
Our CEO Paul Hager speaks at FVTC twice a year to provide Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to area lawyers. His presentations help lawyers improve their cybersecurity and streamline their data networks. Since 1912, FVTC has provided workforce development training to Calumet, Outagamie, Waupaca, Waushara, and Winnebago counties as well as parts of Brown, Manitowoc, Portage, and Shawano counties.
In addition, our owners, lead team members, as well as staff members find value in sharing their time and knowledge by serving on various local advisory boards.