Continues Support of Local IT Organizations
ATC recently signed on as the exclusive 2022 Platinum sponsor of Cincinnati’s (OH) leading non-profit IT organization, The Circuit. As such, ATC Cincinnati will be supporting The Circuit’s banner programs such as the Tech Forum (formerly Breakfast Bytes), “unite” leadership gatherings, the CIO Circle, Emerging Leaders, and The Annual Event.
The Circuit serves as a connecting point for all things IT in Greater Cincinnati. Through these programs, members are privy to industry education and the opportunity to connect and collaborate in an IT-centric setting.
“It’s important to support the local IT community as a whole,” says ATC Director of Marketing + Consultant, Louie Hollmeyer. “And, it’s important to show sustained sincerity in doing so. A common thread in all our outreach efforts—for some time now—has been to support the local IT community. This is an expanded continuation of those efforts.” Last year, ATC was The Circuit’s exclusive sponsor of Breakfast Bytes.
“It’s great to have ATC on board as our top, platinum sponsor,” says Tracy Ruberg, The Circuit’s Executive Director. “Their support will help us further develop our professional programs and serve Cincinnati’s IT community.”
Trends, Solutions, and Best Practices
ATC is an independent IT consulting firm specializing in Digital Transformation in four core areas: voice network, cloud, and security. With access to over 400 technology providers and deep expertise within all four segments, ATC has a unique perspective on the vendor and solution landscape.
Often ATC gets a purview of next-gen technologies and what’s coming down the pike, and how these technologies can affect an IT organization. Through The Circuit and other IT channels, ATC has been and will continue to be active in the IT community, bringing emerging technologies to the forefront with stakeholders and IT leaders.
Technology First Annual Partner
ATC has also signed up as an “Annual Partner” with Technology First for the third year in a row. Technology First is Dayton, Ohio’s leading, non-profit IT organization with a similar focus on professional development and building a community of leading-edge IT professionals.
“We appreciate ATC’s support as an annual partner… now for the third year in a row,” says Technology First Executive Director, Melissa Cutcher. “Their active participation supporting our programs with technology trends and updates is also very helpful.” ATC will support Technology First’s programs, including their Cyber and Cloud-Infrastructure Special Interest Groups (SIG), as well as The CIO Council.
“As a consultancy, we are not limited by geography,” says ATC CTO, Nick Enger. “In fact, some of our largest clients are headquartered outside the region. That being said, we have a very large contingent of valued clients that are right here at home. We feel it is important to not only support the local IT community but to lift up the local IT community at large.”