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Mac Tonic offers expert technical support, consulting and Mac-friendly software development for the Macintosh, Windows, Unix and Linux operating systems. Specialties include cross-platform Java web application design and development.
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Aaron McKercher, President
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Aaron McKercher is the president of MacTonic, a division of Tonic Brands, Inc.Prior to this venture, Aaron was the computer systems manager for Eugene Print.
...Aaron is on the board of the Eugene Macintosh Users Group, and holds a number of Mac certifications.
Like me, Aaron
lives and breathes Macintosh computers.When he
approached me about taking over my Oregon client base, he
told me that he
"viewed the worst day working with a Mac as better than the best day suffering with a Windows machine."Also, in describing his
passion for the Macintosh, he
told me his
business philosophy: "If I weren't doing this for a living, I'd be doing it for free."
With that, I knew I had found the right person to take care of my clients.
I spent a good deal of time with Aaron
preparing him to take over my client base, and I can honestly say I don't think I could have found a better person to take over the reins.Aaron
has excellent knowledge of the Mac platform, and a soft-spoken, disarming personality that makes him easy to work with.I am very confident that Aaron
will do a superior job taking care of your Macintosh support needs.
As of August 11, 2003, Aaron
assumed all responsibility for my Oregon computer support services.We have done our best to make this transition as smooth as possible -- not only for the two of us, but more importantly, for my loyal Oregon client base.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, or Aaron
Aaron McKercher, ...
Aaron McKercher, President.
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