InfoSys incorporated in 2009 to become a leading provider of scalable, manageable and functional technology solutions for the medium business sector in the southeast region. We partner with leading providers of hardware and software solutions to ensure what you purchase fits both your business and budget needs. We provide personal service tailored to the companies we serve. We are unique in the IT services industry in several ways. First, InfoSys DOES NOT employ any sales people. The engineer that designs and proposes the solution is the same engineer who will be responsible to implement the solution. This approach eliminates empty promises that sales people may give. Second, our personal approach means that you will have the cell phone number of the lead engineer for your company eliminating tedious call back and ticketing that other companies may have. As your IT services provider, we understand that we are ultimately responsible for your entire network.
InfoSys was formed by James Pokorny and Tim Harris in 2009. James and Tim worked together at another IT services company for 3 years before forming InfoSys. James began his 30+ year IT career at the wee age of 10 years old building 8086 PC clones for students at a local college in Saint Louis. James has a degree in Political Science and History from Centre College which is ranked in the top 25 Liberal Arts colleges in the US. James' post graduate work was at Washington University where he went to work for the EPA as a webmaster while the internet was in its infancy. James has held several positions within the IT profession including Systems Engineer, Director of Information Technology, Senior Consultant and now business owner and Executive Engineer. Tim Harris has a degree from the University of Tennessee in Electrical Engineering. Tim has over 30 years in the IT profession.
Our team comes from a diverse background with a wide range of experience ensuring you have the best solution for your company.
We feel that giving back to the community is an essential part of our corporate DNA. We have a strong computer component recycling program to insure that our landfills are not jeopardized with more trash and hazardous chemicals that some computer components may leak out. We also recondition computers for local non-profits for use by people who cannot afford a new computer. InfoSys has also adopted Fox Road between Kingston Pike and Emory Church Road for litter abatement.