RADCOMP Technologies

Owner Ryan Kreps started RADCOMP Technologies in 2003. Since then, RADCOMP has grown to be the largest IT service provider for businesses and residents of the Gorge. Now serving more than 750 businesses and 1800 households,  RADCOMP has built a name and reputation to be proud of.

RADCOMP primarily works with small- to medium-sized businesses in the Gorge but has clients all over the globe, monitoring systems and managing IT operations company-wide. They provide alerts, security, patch managements, hosted antivirus, data backup and recovery for servers, desktops, notebooks, networks, etc. RADCOMP is the only full-service provider of Managed Services and largest provider of IT solutions for SMB’s in the region. They’re also an award-winning provider of cloud hosting solutions and specialize in Google App deployments.

RADCOMP’s highly-skilled team of technicians and engineers support an array of complex and mission critical technologies that allow their clients to instead focus on their core business. They work 24/7 to keep clients up and running with a goal of 99.9% SLA (service level agreement) by monitoring networks and using a proactive approach.

For the past three or more years, RADCOMP has grown as a business at over 600% per year. They are expanding throughout Washington and Oregon and even opened a Gresham office in January 2011 to supplement their bright orange White Salmon headquarters.

RADCOMP is a member of the GTA to gain solid contacts, employees, leads and develop long-lasting professional relationships with local businesses. They’ve done work for a number of GTA members, including Innovative Composite Engineering and Worksource Columbia Gorge.

RADCOMP can do your computer whatchamacallit stuff! Contact them at 1-866-490-2426 or visit RADCOMP.com for more information.

Ryan Kreps, Owner, Radcomp Technologies

 Ryan Kreps was born and raised in the White Salmon area with his family dating back many generations here. Outside of work, Ryan enjoys snowmobiling, boating, his Polaris RZR- anything with a motor!  An interesting story: Ryan was in a head-on collision last February and almost lost his life. He was coming off of a job on Highway 35 when an oncoming car crossed two lanes and hit him head on. After being knocked out for 20+ minutes, he was rushed to Providence Hood River and then transferred to Emmanuel Hospital where he only had to stay one night. Ryan received 58 stitches on his forehead and 10 on his chin. Other than a massive scar, Ryan walked away unharmed.

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