ITsavvy Receives Major Recognition for Outstanding IT Jobs Recruitment
May 25, 2016
ADDISON, Ill.–ITsavvy, a leading technology products and solutions provider, just announced the creation of 30 new jobs in its Chicago Loop office. ITsavvy was recently recognized by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel as part of his commitment to growing the city’s next generation economy as a technology hub through the World Business Chicago (WBC) initiative.
Chaired by Mayor Emanuel, WBC drives regional economic growth. The public-private collaborative creates jobs and cultivates talent, with the goal of putting Chicago at the forefront of the global economy.
WBC President and CEO Jeff Malehorn said, “Chicago is home to a uniquely engaged tech community that works together to advance the city. We are pleased to witness ITsavvy’s development within the tech community and look forward to continuing to work together to drive growth within the company and the community.”
The new positions at ITsavvy will include entry-level sales, tenured sales, and several tiers of engineering with an emphasis on virtualization and storage expertise.
John Skeffington, Director of Talent Management for ITsavvy, said, “We have an internal culture that encourages individual entrepreneurship within a corporate environment. We are looking for individuals with unique personal stories and an out-of-the-box approach to problem-solving. We often recruit recent college grads who may not have majored in technology but who have inquisitive minds and a thirst to spread their wings.”
ITsavvy recently enhanced its technology capabilities with a state-of-the-art datacenter and best-in-breed network operations center (NOC)
in Cedar Knolls, N.J. Coupled with a second datacenter in Oak Brook, Ill., ITsavvy now provides 24x7x365 monitoring and management of clients’ data and infrastructures with a fully U.S. based tech team. As evidence of its commitment to excellent client service, ITsavvy earned an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and was recognized for extensive vendor certifications in CRN’s Tech Elite 250