As we continue to work to provide the most customer-centered experience and resources, we decided to overhaul our website.  Our site, www.TheFantasTechs.com is all new, and, if I do say so myself, has a really nice look and feel now!  Creating a new webiste is quite the undertaking, as it is impossible for all stakeholders to be on the same page about every image, link, or even the general content.  It has been a fun experience though, and thanks to Insite Advice (www.insiteadvice.com) the site creation process was relatively painless.

 

I hope our clients and customers enjoy surfing the new digs, and that they find it to be more intuitive and informative than our precious presence.  The site represents all of our core focus areas, which include school technology support and consulting, professional business technology support and management, outsourced technology departments for schools and businesses, and, last but not least, residential computer repair, virus removal, sales and service, etc.

 

Check out the new site and let me know what you think!  Mention the new site and we will knock off 20% of any one-time residential labor.

 

Until next time… happy computing!

-Rob Corley

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Rob

As Managing Partner for 12 years, Rob Corley’s experience with managing technology budgets of up to $750,000, creating replacement cycles for hardware and software, writing 3-year Technology Plans and Technology Audits, managing technology departments, and managing a staff of 10 technicians, provides the advanced CIO-level support and management necessary to ensure smooth technology operations as well as well thought-out plans for moving organizations forward with technology. Rob’s experiences in technology management range from systems and network administration, to fulfilling the role of Chief Information Officer for School Districts, as well as serving on a Superintendent’s Cabinet. These experiences provide The FantasTechs excellent depth and breadth of leadership with technical expertise, along with experiences with managing and navigating complex projects for Private Sector and Public Sector organizations. Rob lives in St. Louis County with his wife and three children, where he coaches soccer and serves as a Board Member on the local Sports Association.

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