Tech Help has been serving Whatcom and Skagit counties since 2002. Our diverse team works with a variety of industries, such as educational institutions, small-to-large corporations, non-profit organizations, government entities, and financial institutions. Due to the diversity of our clients, we are constantly working with set budgets and creating innovative, proactive, and cost-effective solutions. We work with our clients to design, implement and support solutions, network & systems infrastructure that focuses on improving overall operations.
Our team is certified in the latest technologies and able to service computer hardware, software, business networks, and business applications with exceptional customer service. We help help our clientele with an array of IT issues and solutions by combining stellar customer service, tremendous experience, and our expertise in a wide variety of Microsoft products.
At Tech Help, your success is our primary goal because we fully recognize that your success ultimately drives ours.
Tech Help is a Microsoft Small Business Specialist. In addition, we have established various relationships with vendors and partners which helps us provide the best possible technology solutions.
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Tracy has been involved in the IT field for nearly 20 years, working in a variety of fields including networking, multimedia, and technical productions. Tracy also has a degree in Business Management. For the past nine years, Tracy has worked for Ovation Technical Services as an Operations Manager. In his free time, Tracy is a Personal Trainer and Health Coach.
Josh began his technical career at Montana State University where he studied Computer Science before transferring to Whatcom Community College to earn a degree in Computer Information Systems. From there, Josh worked for the Department of Administration in the State of Alaska before joining Ovation Technical Services in Bellingham. Josh enjoys snowboarding, skateboarding, and fixing computers, of course!
Dylan graduated from Western Washington University in 2014. With a degree in Computer Science as well as lots of experience working in IT, Dylan is the perfect addition to our Tech Help team. Dylan has a love of code as well as a strong background in customer support--the perfect pairing! Dylan's ability to solve complex problems paired with his knowledge and passion for tech is inspiring.
Samuel joins Tech Help with an Associate Degree earned from Everett Community College. Sam is certified in CCENT (Cicsco), CompTIA, and a plethora of MTA categories. Beyond certifications, Samuel is dedicated to continuing his education in tech. Outside of work, Sam enjoys the outdoors, playing basketball and golf, and his PS4.
After studying computer networking at Bellingham Technical College, Eli interned at Industrial Credit Union and SPIE where he gained valuable help desk experience. Beside his education and intern experience, Eli is CompTIA A+ certified and has been told that he explains computer issues in a clear and concise way. Eli is a lifetime Whatcom County resident and loves hiking, playing guitar, and occasionally singing at open mic nights.
Joel comes to Tech Help after relocating from Kansas. An 18 year specialist in security and Windows servers, he got his first computer - a TRS 80 - in 1981, and learned to write his own programs as a kindergartner (his knock-knock joke generator was a real hit).
From there he has held a variety of IT positions. Mostly self taught, he is a certified ethical hacker and security analyst. He is a strong advocate for technical security and compliance, and is eager to help clients close vulnerability gaps utilizing outsourced IT. In his spare time he’s an avid reader and gamer.
A Californian transplant, Tanner got his degree in Computer Information Systems in 2005 from Lassen Community College. Tanner is the newest addition to the team, but has over a decade of experience along with several certifications including Comptia A+, Network+ and Security+. When he's not working on your computer, you'll find him up in the mountains catching some sick air on his bike, playing video games, or tinkering with his own electronics.