I’m an IT consultant with over 10 years of helping clients. I own and run a consulting company Midas Tech which specializes in providing IT solutions to small and mid-sized businesses.
I am known for the exceptional service I provide to my clients in record response times. I help organizations implement advanced IT solutions. My services are designed to take your business to the next level of technology.
I work with many small businesses to eliminate full-time IT support by providing managed IT services to handle their technology needs. I act as an extension of your business, ensuring your needs are fulfilled in a cost-efficient manner.
We support and monitor our client networks 24/7 including desktops, servers, cloud services, and backups ensuring your business operates at its maximum capacity.
Providing fast assistance to ensure smooth running of the systems.
President and CEO, Midas Tech Inc – IT consulting firm (2012-Present)
IT consultant, Fortune Metals Inc (2004-2012)
I specialize in working with the following vendors:
A company of 50 agents in a Call Center was forced to shut down their physical location due to Covid protocols. We implemented a secure remote solution for the agents to connect remotely into their work computers.
Centralized Head Office
A client in the warehousing industry underwent significant growth by adding many new locations over the last few years.
Our challenge was to install a network so that all the locations can work together.
We designed and deployed a secure multi-location system to handle their warehousing needs. We implemented a centralized network, enabling the staff of 25 employees to communicate and share information easily and effectively.
An FX company was looking to implement Site Replication. The company wanted no downtime and needed a secure solution to ensure systems were accessible 24/7.
We implemented a multi-site solution that runs on AWS and on-site in parallel. We also recommended enabling a failover mode, automatically switching the systems to a standby network if the primary network fails.