Like most of our clients, the ProComp Group aspires to be a community-based business that is in it for the long haul -- part of the local landscape. Since 2001 we have been putting down roots with community business organizations, including:
East Portland Chamber of Commerce (charter member)
In addition, ProComp Group employees participate in Oregon-based IT professional organizations. President Raymond Belt is a past board member of the Oregon Computer Consultants Association and currently serves on the board of Technology Wizards, a group of IT professionals who work with Microsoft’s Small Business Server.
Our interest in environmental sustainability led us to seek certification through the City of Portland's Recycle at Work program. We also help our clients discard their no-longer-needed IT equipment through Free Geek, a pioneering community non-profit that facilitates both the safe disposal of electronic waste and access to computers for low-income Portlanders.
The ProComp Group has also supported local community groups, including Campfire USA and Ninth Grade Counts, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and Blue Heaven Academy, with funding or volunteer time.