WTS Paradigm Employees Help on Habitat Project

August 6, 2009

WTS Paradigm, the supplier of software for window and door dealers and manufacturers, recently helped out on a new home constructed by its local Madison, Wis., Habitat for Humanity chapter. The company paid for the cost of the windows, and many of its employees volunteered for a day to go on-site and install the windows themselves.

WTS employees at the Habitat for Humanity project.

“Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity was a great experience for our employees to give back to the community and the industry we serve," says Pete Johnson, configuration development manager and DesignPoint product lead. “We were able to meet the family that we were building the home for, and also able to gain direct experience on the new home window installation process first hand.”

The WTS Paradigm employees divided into project teams including window preppers, installers, and finishers. In total, the teams installed more than a dozen windows. The project and event were a huge success for both Habitat project and WTS Paradigm, company officials state.