BevTheGeek.com is quickly becoming the ‘go to’ company in Western Montana for providing premium online computer support for the home, home office and small business market. Customer satisfaction and service is of the utmost importance. Using the latest innovations in remote desktop technology allows us to offer an easy and effective range of support services to customers, demonstrating that its remote support services beat in-home service alternatives when it comes to customer satisfaction, speed, convenience, effectiveness, cost and security.
Our remote computer and technology service is available to home and business PC users, business travelers, telecommuters, college students, persons with limited mobility and any PC user with Internet access. The company’s remote services include support for PCs, networking and network devices, printers and other peripherals, digital cameras and any software, connectivity or operating system level issues.
Our Promise to You
* To value you, the customer
* To meet your expectations for professional and exceptional service
* To create a valued experience
BevTheGeek is Western Montana’s most trusted name in Computer and Network Consulting, maintenance, management, and web design.
A little history:
In early 2008, I had been a Network Administrator for a global technology corporation. I managed over 16 servers, and wound up managing operations in the first 7 months of 2008, including an outsourcing project for a large insurance company. By mid 2008, I found myself with Experience, Training, Education, and No Job. The Recession had hit and the company I worked for eventually moved their outsourcing right out of Montana. Interview after interview I was told 1) I had too much experience, 2) I had too much education, or 3) I had made too much money in my previous job and they were “worried” I wouldn’t stay. Owners of temp agencies, colleagues and friends alike all suggested my starting my own business. I had already been designing websites for clients (what techie doesn’t wear multiple hats?:), so moving in to the Content Management System world of WordPress was natural. I wanted a central place to grow my knowledge and registered for Christina Hill’s WordPress Workshop. At the time, I believe it was her second workshop – wow, look how she has grown! I wanted to teach people as well, but I wanted to teach in my community, in “person.” I attended MCDC’s (Montana Community Deveopment Corporation) workshop for small businesses and I was on my way!
At first, I was (mostly) mobile, providing in-home technical support and training, offering some class training in my home, and large WordPress training at the high school adult ed (2 classes per week, 20 people per class, 3 hour sessions). Whew! When I opened my office in 2010, my class size went down to 6-10 per class with 2 hour sessions, which was much more manageable and personal.
I now keep the wheels spinning on the business with new clients either needing computer services and repair, web design services, and sometimes both.
Maybe I’ll post my resume here someday. Nah.