A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…

On 09/09/2013

Actually, it was just this week…and right here at FraxTech HQ…

We here at Frax Technologies are excited to finally get the ball rolling.  This company has been in the works for a number of years and just never really got off the launch pad until now.  We have been working, but under no official company name.  Well, today I’m glad to announce, we are finally in business!  This site is the starting point of something exciting. 

Have we been doing computer repair?  Yes.  Have we been building websites?  Yes.  Have we been building networks and custom computers?  Yes, for years.  Was any of it official?  No, not until now.  Now it is real, it’s official and we’ve hit the ground running.

Right now, outside of trying to get our own site here up and running, we have three projects under way.  The first is a website we are building for a local church, our first consultation with them is scheduled on September 15th, but we’ve already been hard at work preparing for the meeting.  We also have a nice upgrade scheduled for another client who is looking to take their existing system up to gaming levels for their son, who is turning 17 at the end of this month.  Lastly, we here at FraxTech have teamed up with a local artist, Patrick Moore, to help him develop a site for a web comic we are starting called Mug the Comic. 

We’ll have more details on all of these projects, and any new ones we pick up, as they unfold right here in our Blog section.


Now, I’d like to take a quick moment here, right at the beginning of things, to say a few thanks. 

First, and foremost, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to visit our site, have a look around, and just ask that you keep us in mind.  If you ever have any IT related issues, or know someone who does, please feel free to contact us, or point your friends our way. 

Second, I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Eli the Computer Guy (http://www.elithecomputerguy.com and http://www.youtube.com/user/elithecomputerguy ) and the folks at Every Man IT (http://www.everymanit.com), without whom this venture may never have come to fruition.  The free web courses that Eli gives are outstanding, and were the inspiration for me starting this site, and this business officially.  Like I said, I’ve been doing this stuff for years, but unofficially, just as an individual.  After many hours of contemplation and a more than a few hours of watching Eli the Computer Guy’s web courses, I finally decided to take the plunge and start up a business.  Thank you, Eli, and all the folks at Every Man IT for giving me the drive and the tools I needed to make this leap.

I’d also like to thank the people at DreamHost ( www.dreamhost.com), for their exceptional service.  For our business, their hosting service has been a breeze to set up and their work with Non-Profit organizations has made building the website for the church that much easier (not to mention affordable for the church).  If you are looking for web hosting services, I would definitely recommend them.

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