Buy Pittsburgh First exists to bring awareness to local industrial companies in western PA. We are a grass roots movement that encourages companies to examine their buying habits and support local supply and service companies. After all, when you buy locally we all win!
Eris Interactive Group Helps Businesses Protect & Optimize Data
Cybersecurity is a topic that should be on the minds of businesses large and small. People and robots continually scan the internet, looking for vulnerabilities, warns Mike Gualtieri, founder and CEO of Eris Interactive Group (Eris - https://goeris.com). "Companies often assume they are not large enough to be targeted," he says, "and too often they recognize the risk only after their information has been compromised."
Wojanis Supply Keeps Hydraulic Equipment & Systems Running Smoothly
Fluid power, or hydraulics, is a unique niche in today's energy sector, and Pittsburgh-based Wojanis Supply Company is among a handful of companies positioned to fill that niche. Wojanis specializes in distribution and repair, and also in the development of hydraulically-engineered solutions.
The St. Moritz difference is our people. From the entry level security officer to the President, St. Moritz is committed from the top down to provide the highest level of service possible. St. Moritz retention percentage is well above industry standards and the average tenure of our customer base is seven years. Several of our clients have been with St. Moritz for over twenty-five years. This is a direct result of St. Moritz attention to detail enacted by the quality individuals we recruit and retain.
Ask me the favorite part of my job, and without hesitation it is visiting businesses that call Pennsylvania home. I leave those meetings excited, thinking of ways to better promote business in our region. And then I stop in my tracks with this thought: How many of our businesses buy from each other?
The number of businesses that call Pennsylvania home is staggering. Truly, every product or service you need can be found right here in our Commonwealth. So, if that's the case, why don't we buy from more from each other?