Are you a remote First Nation community needing IT services?

Collaborate with IT experts that specialize in providing support to remote communities

Working with Indigenous communities in British Columbia including the  Mowachaht Muchalaht First Nation in Gold River, Klahoose First Nation on Cortes Island and K’ómoks First Nation in Comox, we understand the specific IT problems remote communities face. 

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A dedicated account manager will provide expert advice and is available for continuous support.
IT strategy development
From an initial site assessment to quarterly and annual reviews, we provide clarity and IT planning to help your community thrive. 
A suite of cloud solutions
Cloud solutions allow your community to access information and make or receive calls at any time with a stable internet connection. 
Hardware and software procurement
Providing the best-suited hardware and software solutions that will be long-lasting and efficient for your community. 

IT solutions that will help your community thrive

Leave your IT problems to the experts

Rather than burdening band members with IT issues, we are here to take the problems off your hands. From technology deployment, on-site visits and helping to secure project funding, our dedicated IT team members will collaborate with your community to solve challenges faster while ensuring IT solutions meet your expectations.

Clients succeeding with ALPHA

See what our clients are saying

To get a better idea of what it’s like to work with us, see what our clients have to say.

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