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Welcome Azusa Technology!


azusa-technology-computer-service-ribbon-cutting_glendora-chamber-1With great pleasure, we introduce you—our Foothill Family—to our newest Corporate Sponsor, Azusa Technology. Owner, Mr. Kenny Nguyen, IT Engineer and Consultant, is also a Foothill dad!

Azusa Technology has worked in the IT Services and Solutions industry since 2004, providing IT, technical support and network solutions in Los Angeles County and the surrounding communities. Clients throughout Southern California turn to Azusa Technology as their IT consultant for technological resources and economical solutions. As one happy client wrote:

In late October, my business suffered a major shutdown when our server crashed. When others simply waved us off as ‘small potatoes,’ Mr. Nguyen came to our rescue and stuck with it…until we were up and operating. As a licensed computer instructor, I am well aware of the intricacies of locating and resolving issues that lead to server failure. I could not have asked for a more dedicated and intelligent IT professional.

Terry Standifer

Legal-Ease Paralegal Service

Visit their website for more information!

PHONE : 626-963-6694


One comment on “Welcome Azusa Technology!

  1. jkitchelray
    January 10, 2017


    Jerry Kitchel Director of Advancement FCS Educational Foundation Foothill Christian School

    242 W. Baseline Rd. Glendora, CA 91740 626-914-1849 ext.1166

    On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 9:08 PM, Foothill Christian School Blog wrote:

    > foothillchristianschool posted: ” With great pleasure, we introduce > you—our Foothill Family—to our newest Corporate Sponsor, Azusa Technology. > Owner, Mr. Kenny Nguyen, IT Engineer and Consultant, is also a Foothill > dad! Azusa Technology has worked in the IT Services and Solutions i” >

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