With child health at the forefront, AAP chose to partner with CCB to meet their IT needs in their new Itasca, IL facility.
As Verizon’s 5th largest agent, trust was the essential factor in choosing an IT partner — and they chose CCB.
The nation’s largest and longest running medical home system relies on CCB to help keep patient data secure, yet accessible.
After being attacked by ransomware, this 95-year-old car dealership hired CCB to secure their network and become their new IT provider.
With 32 locations and growing, their 600 employees look to CCB for reliable, responsive helpdesk support.
They want to focus on caring for animals, not IT. CCB helped make a location change with minimal downtime and now manages their network, so the doctors don’t have to.
When on-going downtime was being caused by an unresponsive IT provider, this 42-year-old community pharmacy turned to CCB to get them back up and running more efficiently than ever.
See how an IT assessment helped Lakeview Pharmacy improve the day-to-day efficiencies of their operations and has given them a long-term vision and plan for their IT needs.
As one of the country’s top 20 gas traders with locations in three states, they need to be on the cutting edge of technology, and CCB helps keep them there.
Meet BJ Griese – the Manager of IT Infrastructure at Pacific Summit Energy, a top 20 gas trader in the U.S. He’ll show you how a relationship with a trusted vendor helps you save time and money, stay up-to-date with the most important technologies, and have some fun along the way.
CCB helped this growing, technology-based, inner-city high school overcome their budget challenges and obtain the equipment they needed for educating their students.
Faced with huge technology demands on a limited budget, David Beaver, manager of business affairs and technology at Destiny High School, turned to CCB for help. See how CCB helped David steer the technology environment at the school.
This large and growing congregation in Washington had outgrown their infrastructure and needed more IT support. When crisis struck, they called CCB to engineer and manage a new IT environment.
As the one-man helpdesk for an active congregation of over 1,800 and with countless other mounting responsibilities, Lee Barker of Lighthouse Christian Center needed to call in for backup. See how CCB and Office 365 changed how he works and gave him back his most valuable commodity: time.
Spending less on technology means they can grant more wishes, but one-size-fits-all solutions didn’t work. Providing solutions that meet specific needs is what CCB does best.
Make-A-Wish Wisconsin allows children faced with challenging journeys to be enriched with hope, strength, and joy. Find out how CCB empowers their one-man IT department to help them grant more wishes every day.