We talk a lot about the importance of Wintek’s residential fiber internet build, and for any number of reasons given the good that it can do for the people we serve. What you might not know is that Wintek also provides fiber-based solutions for a growing number of regional businesses — from international heavy-hitters to beloved mom-and-pop shops.
Wintek Business Solutions, as we call it, complements the mission of our residential build to improve the communities we call home. By tailoring fiber communication services for businesses, we can help them maintain reliable connections and build business opportunities. We’re honored to serve such major businesses in our area as Wabash National, Caterpillar, Purdue Research Foundation and Purdue Employee Federal Credit Union alongside the many small, local businesses that are similarly crucial to our area’s economic engine.
We’re also not just switching on internet and wishing folks well. Information technology, or IT, is an area of critical importance to any business. No one’s business goals or dreams should be deterred by a large cost for these services or a lack of know-how on their complex intricacies. For many organizations, Wintek Business Solutions has become a trusted IT partner that adapts to evolving technology and business needs.
Our local data center services help businesses of all sizes securely and safely back up the information that’s integral to their daily operations, so they can always be up and running when necessary. We’re also expanding our fully managed, secure IT service packages. These can significantly lower IT costs for small or medium-sized businesses without sacrificing either the sophistication they need or the service they expect.
Over the last couple of years, we’ve shared how Tipmont continues to fight for a more fair and flexible energy future for our members.
We anticipate having some news to share in the next few months, so please keep an eye on upcoming Indiana Connection editions for information on Kilowatts & Brats community events this spring.