Information Technology Alliance MemberArxis Technology
is a proud member of the Information Technology Alliance (ITA).
What is the ITA?
The ITA is an independent, not for profit, professional association of leading firms and companies whose purpose is to share information and build relationships that improve the way its member firms, and their clients, do business. The membership roster consists of some of the most highly regarded mid-market technology professionals, consultants, and product/service providers in North America.
What does ITA Mean to You?
When you select an ITA member firm to provide you with information technology products and services, here's what you can count on:
- The highest level of integrity and candor. Gain peace of mind by partnering with a trusted advisor, who agrees to adhere to a strict code of professional conduct. (ITA Code of Conduct)
- A business partner dedicated to continual improvement. Reap the value of the bi-annual ITA conferences, which enable member firms to focus on building and maintaining a top-notch professional service practice.
- A solution that makes a difference. Benefit from early market intelligence and emerging business infrastructure technologies that can help make you more successful.
- Industry-accepted best practices. Receive products and services delivered in a way that improves your business processes, provides new efficiencies, and positively affects your bottom line.
- The best of today's (and tomorrow's) technology. Maximize your investment as the collective ITA "voice" helps direct the future product development efforts of the leading mid-market software publishers.
Simply stated, an ITA-affiliated Information Systems Professional can provide significant value and strategic assistance beyond that of a non-ITA member. For more information on ITA, please ask your Arxis representative or visit www.italliance.com.
ITA Code of Conduct
ITA members are committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct. As members, we are committed to protect the quality of the profession, promote the public's welfare and preserve the public's confidence. In accordance with those commitments, we agree to comply with applicable laws and statutes and exhibit an unswerving commitment to honorable behavior, even at the sacrifice of personal advantage. The following universal principles serve as a guide to all ITA members in our performance of our professional responsibilities and express the basic tenets of ethical and professional conduct.
One of our basic foundational values is to act with integrity. We define integrity as the quality from which the public trust is derived and the benchmark against which members must ultimately test all decisions. Members demonstrate integrity by acting openly and honestly and by observing ethical standards.
Acting with integrity is a commitment not to gain unfair advantage from the lack of knowledge, the inexperience or the inability of those who we serve. ITA members commit to treat all persons fairly and respectfully regardless of race, religion, gender, age, ability, sexual orientation or ethnicity.
Members agree to view events or persons objectively and to disclose all conflicts of interest, again not allowing personal gain or advantage to influence their judgment.
Competency is derived by mastering the profession's common body of knowledge in the member's chosen disciplines. Members ensure that their education and experience are adequate through their commitment to life-long learning and professional improvement.
Due Professional Care
Members act with due professional care to observe applicable technical standards and are diligent in planning, supervising and performing all activities for which they have assumed responsibility.
Members maintain and respect the confidentiality and privacy of information obtained through professional activities, disclosing information only when required to meet professional or legal obligations or where written consent has been granted by the disclosing party. Information that is identified as being confidential by the presenter at ITA meetings or functions may not be disseminated to the public, beyond ITA members, without the express written permission of the ITA, or used in any way for unethical or illegal advantage.