ITsavvy - Now the Official IT Solutions Provider for Chicago Fire Soccer Club

By CIOReview | Monday, April 25, 2016
Mike Theriault, President and CEO, ITsavvy

Mike Theriault, President and CEO, ITsavvy

ADDISON, IL: ITsavvy, a provider of integrated IT resource products has formed a strategic alliance with Chicago Fire Soccer Club and names ITsavvy as the club’s ‘official IT solutions provider’. Under this contract, Chicago Fire Soccer Club can leverage ITsavvy’s solutions and expertise to address the needs of Club’s business operations.

“ITsavvy is honored to partner with the Chicago Fire organization. This represents a unique opportunity for our organization, and it can bring international visibility to the ITsavvy brand as an IT products, solutions and technical staffing provider. We are thrilled to become part of the Chicago Fire family,” states Chris Kurpeikis, Executive Vice President, Business Development, ITsavvy.

The deal will help the club to utilize ITsavvy’s expertise to deliver and manage applications to communicate, connect, and engage through its IT solutions. As per the official contract with the club, the company’s signage will play a pivotal part on the matchday. The firm will also be recognized as a trusted partner of the Chicago Fire Foundation, the Club’s 501(c) (3) that uses its resources and expertise in the soccer arena. The club aims to offer sports-based direct-service and youth development programs to the underserved communities of Chicagoland.

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Apart from integrated IT products, ITsavvy delivers a wide range of technology and technical staffing solutions in the U.S. Combining a value-added reseller business with industry-leading IT solutions, the firm is an end-to-end IT partner that provides exceptional services to its clients. It promises to build strategic relationship through a client commitment that extends far beyond the deployment of a solution.

“ITsavvy understands the critical role IT plays to an organization’s livelihood and growth. We look forward to helping the Fire utilize technology as a strategic tool for success,” says Mike Theriault, President and CEO, ITsavvy.