Entrepreneur Magazine recently featured Ken Lochiatto, Convergint’s Chief Executive Officer, in an article discussing effective strategies for corporate citizenship. Lochiatto provided insight on the importance of purposeful programs and how Convergint is stepping up to address the needs of the local communities in which its colleagues live and work.  Corporate social responsibility is an important element of Convergint’s unique company culture, which differentiates it from other companies within its industry and which draws in colleagues who care about their communities and their customers. 

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“If you are a company with an established corporate citizenship program, a question you could ask yourself is how to take the next step in your program so that you are meeting those changing needs…. This year, we looked at what was happening with school violence, and since we are heavily involved in security, we decided to expand our efforts to help underserved schools amp up their security systems.”

~ Ken Lochiatto, Chief Executive Officer of Convergint Technologies

Convergint’s STEP Up Program

The safety of children heading off to school each morning is of deep concern to the colleagues at Convergint. For that reason, Convergint created its STEP Up initiative to help strengthen security in K-12 schools. This program was launched on June 8, 2018 with experienced colleagues going out into their local communities and providing 8 underserved schools with interior and exterior security systems installations, security upgrades, and security assessments. 


About Ken Lochiatto

Ken Lochiatto has over 30 years of business experience, having joined Convergint as President and Chief Operating Officer in January 2014. Ken’s background includes over 22 years of experience in the materials and systems integration businesses and 8 years in the gaming business. During the span of his career, Ken has held positions in sales, finance, and executive management with GE and WMS Gaming, having led global businesses in both companies.