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Bizwatch: All Mountain Technologies

Daily Staff Report
Vail, CO, Colorado
The crew at All Mountain Technologies is, from left, Justin Mencl, Lee Tourgie, Leah O'Brien, Chauncey Phebus, Ken Krigger, Rob Bruce, Neal Henzler, Chris Alexander and Reggie O'Brien.

Business name: All Mountain Technologies LLC.

Date opened: We incorporated Jan. 31, 2003

Owners: All Mountain Technologies is a limited liability partnership. The partners are Chris Alexander, Robert Bruce, Neal Henzler, Reggie O’Brien and Lee Tourgee

Contact information: Phone: 748-8880; fax: 970-790-788; Web site:; mail: P.O. Box 7762, Avon CO 81620; physical address: 51 Eagle Road, Building 4.

What goods or services do you provide? Information technology service and support, proactive maintenance plans for your network and hardware sales.

What strategy do you use to differentiate your business from your competition? With more than 100 years of combined IT knowledge in an ever-changing environment, we have more professional certifications than any other company in the valley. We offer 24/7/365 support. We schedule an on-call tech every morning Monday through Friday available to answer emergency questions about your computers and networks and can be paged any time outside of business hours, too.

What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? What can your customers expect from you? We follow the Golden Rule. Our clients can expect a partnership with their company helping with their technology needs and solutions.

Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: All Mountain Technologies started with five independent businesses that came together to provide the best and most cohesive IT support for their clients. Since then AMT has strived for the highest level of education and the most certifications in the Vail Valley including, but not limited to:

– Cisco Channel Partner.

– Microsoft SMB Partner.

– Microsoft Certified Partner.

– Dell Reseller.

What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? Monitor envy. It is a new phenomenon that is sweeping the valley. It starts with one person in the office having dual-monitors. This allows you to have your e-mail open on one screen while working on five other applications on the other. You have a coworker walk into the office who notices the two screens. They remark, “What’s so special about you that you have two monitors?” Within a month or so everyone in the office now has two monitors whether or not they actually need them for work.

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