Epic Group’s president and CEO, Greg Weismantel, built his Academie of Management consulting firm on a decades-deep foundation of executive experience. After 15 years in executive sales and marketing management at General Foods (now Kraft Foods), Weismantel left to lead Manor House Coffee Company, which restored the Chicago landmark brand to prominence.
Since Epic Group’s founding in 2003, the business has split into four distinct branches: Epic Management Group, which is focused on the core mission of managerial consulting; Epic Global Technology, which supports data synchronization through cloud computing; Hawkeye Perfect Measure Systems, which manufactures hardware and software for globally standardized weights and measurements; and Epic Global Pavilion, which provides products to organizations such as schools, booster clubs, churches, and homeowner associations.
A team of technology professionals fuel RonnieWare, channeling 30 years of collective experience into a wide-ranging spread of computer and technology services. The staff travels to clients' homes and offices to set up computers and wireless networks or professionally install home-theater systems. Customers can also drop off their equipment at RonnieWare's St. Charles location for more intensive problems, such as broken hard drives, cracked iPad screens, or operating systems that have begun to feel human emotions.
Game Time?s certified technicians perform onsite and mail-in repairs on smartphones, iPads, iPod Touches, iPod Classics, tablets, video-game consoles, and laptops. Repaired electronics leave the techs' skilled hands backed by a 60-day warranty, and smartphone repairs on Apple or Android devices are usually completed within 60 minutes or less with an appointment. As their name implies, Game Time specializes in getting modern, retro, and portable gaming consoles up and running, but they also replace defective hardware in laptops while vanquishing computer viruses with chicken-noodle soup.
Sometimes it seems like the days of successfully conversing about computer problems over the phone with another human being are over. That's where the staff of Infinite Velocity comes in. Dedicated to knowledgeably walking their customers through computer issues, the technological wizards attentively fix problems such as slow processing speeds or computer jamming, which addresses a PC's odd penchant for distractingly canning fruit preserves. They assist customers over the phone, at the store, or on location, and they also can install upgrades and custom build computers.
In their 20 years of industry experience, IT Service Center's technicians grew familiar with a wide range of electronics, and their accompanying problems. They know when a PC is sick with malware or in need of new hardware. They can repair a television just as easily as the monitor to Mac. They also solve less tangible problems than those found within hard drives or crossed wires; they create and host websites, build and install closed-circuit television systems, and even custom-build computers so they can handle the latest games or come to life so that they can finally be your best friend.
Archangel Etcetera is an electronics shop not easily categorized, but rather an eclectic locale that repairs electronics as well as sells new, used, and vintage equipment. Technicians nurse clients' ailing PCs back to optimal health with comprehensive repair services, whether they're burdened with viruses, missing vital startup files, or left inoperable due to old age or roundhouse kicks to the keyboard. The shop's stock of electronics and devices includes vintage audio equipment, laptops, and TVs. Mini RC cars enable users to live out their dreams of racing monster trucks without the guilt of crushing dashboard hula dancers often left in old cars.