TechCollective, San Francisco, CA

TechCollective

TechCollective is a worker-owned company providing a full range of technology support and consulting services. Based in San Francisco, and currently serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area, we specialize in the tech needs of individuals and small-to-medium sized businesses and other organizations. We are different from other tech support options because we're accountable, unlike a freelance technician or consultant; and we're personable, unlike a large corporation. When you do business with us, you're always dealing with someone who has a personal stake in the success of our company, and thus in your satisfaction as our customer.

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Q: What is TechCollective?

A: TechCollective is a worker-owned and operated IT Firm. We do hardware repair, software support, web design, consulting and computer sales. We specialize in open-source, affordable IT support, aimed at non-profits, small businesses and low-income individuals as well as enterprise level clients. We also provide software and hardware education for those interested. For more info, see the About Us.

Q: What are your hours?


A: Our office is open Monday through Friday, 9am to 7pm.

Q: What kind of skill sets does the TechCollective team have?


A: We have two software engineers, two Linux professionals, three Windows administrators.

Q: How can I join TechCollective?

A: At this point we are not accepting new members. However, that will change when we feel the need to expand. Visit our website later for updated info on invitations.

Q: Do you take jobs outside San Francisco?

A: Yes, most of the projects that we undertake are onsite within the City of San Francisco. We are willing to take projects and provide our services throughout the Bay Area also. There will be additional cost for travel time and expense.

Q: Do you fix Macs and Linux?

A: Of course.

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