On September 22nd, 2016, Digicorp will celebrate 40 years in business. We take great pride in this accomplishment. More than any other aspect of achieving 40 years in business, we appreciate our thousands of customers and the bond that we have formed with them through the years. Further, we are fortunate to have an outstanding circle of dedicated employees, suppliers and business partners. We are a technology company, but is these many human elements that make our work a fulfilling pursuit.
We’ve Come A Long Way
In 1976, as our country was proudly celebrating our 200th anniversary to a disco beat while rooting for an underdog named Rocky Balboa, we were still years away from bringing technology to the masses. We talked on rotary phones and marveled at our new electric typewriters. Maybe we had heard stories about two youngsters named Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak who were forming a start-up company called Apple… but, it was an “analog world” to be sure. It was in 1976 that Digicorp, Inc. (then known as Barch Communications) began delivering two way radio solutions to organizations in the greater Milwaukee area. This began our journey down a path of working with dynamic and ever-changing technologies. Our objective – demystify, simplify and make cost effective the technical solutions that our valued customers need.
Now 2015, we look back and wonder, how did we ever get by without the technology we use today? Today, Digicorp provides a comprehensive array of computer, telephony and video solutions to customers located throughout Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. The solutions we provide to our thousands of customers touch all parts of the globe, and all types of organizations. Whether In health care, manufacturing, education, law, government, banking/insurance, distribution or any other industry – we are the trusted partner to design, build and support the infrastructures that make essential computer, voice and video communications happen.
We have accomplished a lot in 40 years, but what really matters is what we do next, and HOW we do it. Our goal is to always remember that high-tech means nothing without “high-touch”. We work in a complex industry, but in the end, we are in a people business. We will stay committed to the human element of technology in all aspects of our organizational pursuits.
We can’t wait to see what the next 40 years brings—thanks for being part of our journey.
George Fahr | President/CEO | Digicorp, Inc.