Established in 2001, Computing Technology Solutions, LLC (CTS) has its roots in design, integration, and support of business systems software for manufacturing and distribution companies. Building on its expertise in this market, the company diversified into supporting companies across other industries for all of their computing needs.
Since then, we have grown and expanded into a dynamic company of experienced technology design, development, and support professionals. The company continues to grow while holding true to the company values that have made it successful to date.
Over the years, CTS has realized that small to mid-sized businesses (SMB) require a unique technical support structure. These organizations depend upon a near 100% uptime of computers, servers, and e-mail systems.
CTS offers not-for-profits and other charties discounted and even free support, websites, and hosting. The following are some of the organizations that we sponsor:
- Beat Tom and Bill – www.beattomandbill.com – Since 2002, the Beat Tom & Bill Charity Golf Outing has raised almost $75,000 in monetary donations for several cancer-related charities. In 2008, with your help, we all raised almost $30,000 for The Cancer Care Foundation, a non-profit organization.
- Jack H. Marston II Melanoma Fund – www.jacksfund.org – The Jack H. Marston II Melanoma Fund was established in July, 2004 when melanoma took the life of Jack H. Marston, II at the age of 47. The organization’s annual run raised over $170,000 in the fight against Melanoma!
- Rambler Wrestling Club – www.ramblerwrestlingclub.com – This club trains and teaches grade school aged kids the fundamentals of wrestling. It is an afterschool activity that teaches kids discipline and healthy lifestyle.
- Canine Cancer Walk – www.caninecancerwalk.com – This organization promotes a yearly event that raises money for the Animal Cancer Treatment program at University of Wisconsin. Canine cancer affects one of every three dogs and all breeds can get the disease. Of those affected more than half will die from cancer. It is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of 2.