Pitt Technology Group shifted focus to nonprofits during economic downtime.
“For most companies that experienced a slowdown in work due to COVID-19, there was rarely a bright side. But at Pitt Technology Group, the slowdown wasn’t all bad news. It meant the tech installation company had time and manpower to put toward work with nonprofits after it received some funding from the Small Business Administration’s Payroll Protection Program.”
Pitt Technology Group partnered with Community Foundation of the Ozarks to provide technological upgrades to local nonprofits due to demand in COVID-related relief work.
“Pitt Technology Group will be providing up to $150,000 in services and equipment for both wired and wireless technology infrastructure, audio and video equipment for video conferencing, and custom software development.”
Pitt Technology Group acquired two local businesses in 2018.
“A year after Pitt Technology Group LLC was formed, the business is buying a veteran audiovisual company and a startup software developer. Pitt Technology owners Doug Pitt and Kevin Waterland announced today they expect to close Nov. 1 on the acquisition of Springfield-based technology firms AVman & Associates Ltd. and ConceptiCode LLC, according to a news release. Waterland declined to disclose the purchase costs.”
Pitt buys back TSI Springfield operations and creates new service-forward business.
“After selling ServiceWorld Computer Center to TSI Global Cos. LLC four years ago, Doug Pitt repurchased the local office assets. Pitt signed the papers Oct. 10, and the deal for undisclosed terms is scheduled to close Nov. 1, creating Pitt Technology Group LLC.”