Last night, Aspiritech was featured on WGN News at Ten. The segment highlighted Aspiritech’s history, mission, business services and the social opportunities. Please check out WGNTv.com to watch the video and read Julie’s article below: HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — A local start-up designed to help the needs of one person 10 years ago is now touching […]
Aspiritech and QA Lead, Michael Ashburne, were featured on the Inc. Magazine website in an article talking about “What We Can Learn From Companies That Hire Workers With Autism:” The idea behind a social enterprise is this: Maximize the profits of a business, while maximizing the potential of an individual. It’s a win-win. There’s no […]
Aspiritech was named a Top Ten QA/Testing Solution Provider in the October, 2017 issue of The Technology Headlines. Aspiritech started as a testing services provider. It is now a mature Quality Assurance solutions provider. It is changing the way companies are delivering quality products and services across the globe. Aspiritech not only offers a systematic […]
Aspiritech was featured on the Inc. Magazine website: Anthony Pease has always had a penchant for puzzles. Brain teasers, Rubik’s cube, Sudoku — You name it, he can solve it. “I like the complicated stuff, the eureka moments,” says Pease, 20, whose eureka moments now come from solving clients’ complex software problems. He’s a Software Quality Assurance Analyst […]
Read the 2016 Aspiritech Annual Report and see how we are building our future!
Save the Date for Aspiritech’s annual fundraiser to support our social programs and training courses:
Join us for a first look at our new and expanded home. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served, and you will have the chance to mix and mingle with our board, staff and other stakeholders. We would love to see you there! Date: Sunday December 11, 2016 Time: 2:00-4:00pm Place: Aspiritech Office, 1893 Sheridan […]
On Mother’s Day, ABC 7 (Chicago) Morning News highlighted Aspiritech in their Disabilities Report segment.
HIGHLAND PARK – When Brenda and Moshe Weitzberg’s son had difficulty finding and keeping a job after he graduated from college, they decided to create a business where he could work alongside like-minded individuals on the autism spectrum.