ITC specializes in making big data accessible to large enterprises. Today's corporations are faced with an ever-mounting volume of data; without the experience and tools that ITC provides, it can be nearly impossible to make sense of the data that surrounds your company.
We draw our inspiration from the wide open spaces and majestic mountains of Jackson, Wyoming. Being surrounded by enormous scale gives us the perspective – and peace – that we need to focus our expertise on your unique Big Data problems. Whether it's carving a molehill from a mountain or wrangling your out-of-control data sets, we have the tools and experience to help you make sense of your data. There is valuable intelligence in your data. Let's work together to unlock it.
For ten years, we've refined our techniques for gathering, analyzing, and producing usable data for analysis. We work with our clients on a one-on-one basis to diagnose their problems, create a plan of attack, and then execute relentlessly until we've created usable, actionable data for you.
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The National Elk Refuge is located in the U.S. state of Wyoming and was created in 1912 to protect habitat and provide sanctuary for the largest elk (also known as the wapiti) herd on Earth. The refuge borders the town of Jackson, Wyoming on the northeast while Bridger-Teton National Forest is to the east and Grand Teton National Park borders the refuge to the north. It is home to an average of 7,500 elk each winter. The refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Snow King Resort is a ski area and hotel in Jackson, Wyoming. "The King" is Jackson's original 1936 ski hill, located on the southeast edge of the city. It was the first ski area in the state of Wyoming. Locals sometimes refer to Snow King as "The Town Hill." The ski area offers three-hour and night skiing.
Situated at 145 West Deloney, in the heart of Jackson’s original town site, one block west of todays town square, the Jackson Hole Playhouse is the oldest framed building in Jackson.Built in 1916 by Pap Deloney, it served as a blacksmith and buggy shop.In 1959 the building was changed into a theater by the Cheneys. It had only 145 seats and has been enlarged four times to its present capacity of 320 seats. In the last few years, performances have been presented to over 30,000 people each summer. Vicki and Cameron Garnick have produced theater since 1980. The Jackson Hole Playhouse continues to pride itself on quality family theater, providing the best of Broadway Musicals and drawing its talent from all of the 50 states. We hope this tradition continues on with your future families in keeping the Jackson Hole Playhouse the last and best of the Old West.
For an authentic western Wyoming experience, try the Cowboy Village Log Cabin Resort in downtown Jackson Hole. The Cowboy Village in the town of Jackson offers individual log cabins with personal kitchenettes, full baths, cable TV, wireless internet and phone. This unique property provides a great place for family reunions or meetings and is a great place to stay if you're looking to enjoy nearby Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. For skiers and snowboarders, the Cowboy Village offers a complimentary ski shuttle and winter continental breakfast.