The history of Golden Tech dates back to 1996 when Steve Massa earned his first contract and quickly needed to establish a name for his company. When asked the Secretary of State asked the company's name, Steve looked down at his Golden Retriever, Eddie who was lying on the floor and confidently told the Secretary of State, Golden Tech.
With a name in place he soon asked Steve Tomory to be his partner in business. The rest is history; Golden Tech took off and 22 years later continues to serve Northern Indiana, Michiana and Chicagoland as the premier IT company in the area. Specializing in SMBs, Golden has 300+ customers across all industries, connecting people and business through technology.
An Electrical Engineer from Purdue, Steve's drive for innovation and problem solving found him earning the prestigious Six Sigma Black Belt while working at Bethlehem Steel all the while starting Golden Tech. Steve Tomory, Chemical Engineer from Purdue, he also earned the Six Sigma Black Belt as well. Both owners are leaders in the community. Steve Massa has served on many local board of directors and as the President of the Valparaiso Rotary Club. Steve Tomory has been on the board of directors of the Northwest Indiana VNA and served a term as the NWI VNA President.
Steve and Steve's adventures as entrepreneurs have given them the opportunity to work with a vast array of interesting clients and chance to explore the never ending, constantly changing world of technology.
The key to Golden Tech’s success has been and will continue to be, a commitment to bringing people and business together through technology.
Golden Rules are bits of wisdom, based on common sense and experience that have passed the test of time. These tried-and-true Golden Rules can be applied to decision making, whether it relates to life or managing your company’s technology.
Golden Rule #1 - Always have a plan
Golden Rule #2 - Just because something makes good sense doesn't mean it shouldn't be common practice.
Golden Rule #3 - Money buys everything but good sense
Golden Rule #4 - One head cannot hold all wisdom.
Golden Rule #5 - Out of sight, out of mind
Golden Rule #6 - Diligence is the mother of good luck.
Golden Rule #7 - Avoid a cure that is worse than the disease.
“Connecting people and business through technology.”
“We seek innovation and embrace teamwork, striving to be the best IT provider in the communities we serve. Our goal is excellence achieved through hard work and dedication.”