OmniStation is a technology consulting firm specializing in partnering with small- to mid-sized companies to align technology resources with business strategy. We can assist you with:
New Software Application Development for desktop, web, mobile devices and more.
Legacy Systems Migration and Enhancement to bring your systems up to date.
Systems Integration for operational efficiency.
Search Engine Optimization for web based projects.
Founded in 1998.
Founded in 1998, OmniStation has served businesses of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500.
Since not every business can afford to staff an IT executive and supporting IT team, Omnistation’s approach is to fill the gap as needed. We believe being an integral part of your company’s strategic planning process will help you leverage technologies to your greatest advantage.
Martin Euerle: 30 years I.T. experience specializing in startup and enterprise applications. Marty has served in every component of the software lifecycle and has a special gift for designing and monetizing applications and making wise, scalable technology decisions that have positively impacted the bottom line.
K Ryan Hasse: 20 years business strategy, from start-ups to Fortune 500, Ryan has started and sold a software company, and participated in multiple large-scale energy projects on the East Coast. Having worked for Sage Software for 6 years, Ryan is versed in how companies large and small find their way to success. Finding that sweet spot between agility and stability, aligning company resources with customers is Ryan’s passion.
We are aware of a wide range of out-of-the-box solutions and also specialize in implementing custom-programmed solutions. We recommend whatever is best for the goals we uncover. Solutions might include:
Recommendations our consultants offer are grounded and supported by thorough analysis. Our consultants will examine and document:
We can evaluate your current internet web site presence and other technologies
To achieve these objectives, we:
At the end of this process, we: