Armed with the desire to empower others through technology, CCB founder Chris Booth decided to leave his executive position to establish a resource for helping nonprofits. By petitioning major IT manufacturers, Chris helped secure authorization of nonprofit pricing.
He collaborated with Microsoft on their first charity program, which gave nonprofits 70% off Microsoft licensing. Chris and Patti established Consistent Computer Bargains, Inc. in 1991, becoming the first company to provide discounts on IT solutions exclusively for nonprofits. We are proud to say that we’ve saved more than 40,000 nonprofit customers over $400 million on their IT resources.
Thirty years later, and now known as CCB Technology, we’ve expanded our offerings to include IT services and the corporate segment. Today, with Patrick Booth as president and CEO, CCB continues to focus on the people that use technology first and foremost, connecting and building relationships with customers across the country.
We won’t let obstacles stop us. We’ll find a way around, over or through them to make it happen and deliver great results.
We commit to a plan, solve problems, set clear expectations, and learn from our experiences.
We follow through on what we say and when we say we will do it. We build relationships that are based on integrity, reliability, and fairness for everyone involved.
We serve as an example for each other by acknowledging our own strengths and limitations. We show appreciation for the contributions of others and willingly apologize when we are wrong.
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