20 Years Old 1995-2005

Web Application Development

We Live in a Digital World

Internet technology is changing the business landscape, permitting companies to manage operations much differently than in past generations. We are a Google generation that is accustomed to instant access to information, so there's no reason to believe this is not easily attainable for your business. The technology for access to critical business data anywhere at anytime from any device is here, but the willingness to change has to come from within.

At Five Technology, we are software developers at the core. The project team you will work with is loaded with designers, project managers, user interface experts, and others needed for a complete solution, but the pulse of our organization is the passion to build website applications that produce results. You have worked very hard to get your business to where it is today, we will utilize technology to put you in a position of growth, increased profits, and long term success.

What Our Customers Are Saying...

My goal is to double revenue from the site in the next 2 years. Now that Five Technology has built me this powerful portal management web application, I am able to streamline the process of publishing content.

Paul Taylor III, SurvivingMold.com

The staff at Five Technology has been wonderful to work with. They are receptive to the needs of the school district and willing to work within our budget. They have gone above and beyond to make sure we are satisfied with the product they are delivering.

Traci Lawman, Delano Public Schools

Wow, the transition to the new system was seamless. Kudos to everyone that worked this out. Thank you very much!

Vicki Adney, Reck Agri

We have had many comments from our community on the ease of use of navigation and they really have enjoyed the new look and layout. Our staff certainly has benefited as we have used the website more and more as a communication device to our school patrons. I look forward to taking full advantage of the student section for our classes, hopefully next year.

Paul Ludwig, Delano Public Schools