If you have zero practical experience or are looking to start off at a base level in a company, then ITT/ECPI will provide you that foot in the door. You will pay a lot of money to get that door open. It won’t pay off for years. You’ll need to bust your ass for the next few years to move up the ranks in IT. When you understand the business enough to start providing value beyond break/fix, that’s when the real money comes into play.
ITT/ECPI can be great starting points. Just don’t expect to walk into an organization as a Senior level resource with a huge paycheck to start. In my world as the CIO, experience counts far more than certifications. If you need the certs to get your foot in the door, great, by all means do it. What happens after that is up to you. Good luck.