“Expert IT Support for the Technologically Challenged”
Technology is critical to running any business. And when something goes wrong, your whole business could be at a standstill. At Able IT Pros, we offer expert technology services for small businesses and non-profit organizations. We offer both remote and in person services, so we can be there for you any time your technology devices suddenly stop working.
Our vision is to serve our clients as trusted allies, providing them with the loyalty of a business partner and the economics of an outside vendor. We have business relationships with multiple vendors, so we can come up with the most efficient solution for each business. Unlike larger technology companies, we can develop personal relationships with our clients and provide quality technology solutions based on each of their needs.
The majority of our team is made up of disabled, highly skilled IT professionals. Able IT Pros started with the misconception that people with disabilities can’t work or add value to a business. Our team is breaking that stereotype and proving that having a disability does not mean delivering lower quality work. We’re dedicated to helping businesses thrive by hiring a diverse pool of employees who are experts in IT.
Nick Sinagra has been a technologist for 30 years. At five years old, he started his computer learning journey on an Apple IIc and created his first website when he was ten. Nick attended Duquesne University and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006 with a B.A. degree in Multimedia Arts and an M.S. in Media Arts and Technology in 2008. Since then, he has worked on multiple projects, including a two-time award-winning documentary entitled “The ALT Project,” which is currently available on YouTube.
From 2008-2017, he served as the Director of Technology and the school’s administrator at Bishop Canevin High School in Pittsburgh. While there, he developed and managed the first one-to-one iPad program for high school students in the eastern part of the U.S. and taught several technology classes. This year he was honored by the high school and they dedicated its new Nick Sinagra Innovation Center to him. The innovation center is the focus of all STEAM learning, robotics and engineering elective courses taken by sophomore to senior students. Then in 2017, Nick joined PathwayAccessibility Solutions as the Software Developer/Director of Technology where he developed the company’s iOS and Android apps, web app, website, API and served as its server and database administrator.
He was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a disease that affects all of the muscles in his body and causes them to get weaker over time. This is what inspired him to create Able IT Pros. With all of his accomplishments, he has proven that you can have a successful career while living with a disability. Now after his years of experience in the IT field, he wants to take on the endeavor of starting his own business while helping others in the disability community and give them the chance to show their value as employees too.