Phoenix Geeks, LLC is a partner in Nationwide Geeks, LLC.
We work on projects between the two companies.
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The Aaron's Company is an American lease-to-own retailer. The company focuses on leases and retail sales of furniture, electronics, appliances, and computers. The company sells through the company-operated and franchised stores, e-commerce platform (Aarons.com) and national retail partners using virtual lease-to-own technology Progressive Leasing.
AMF Bowling rolled out a national upgrade of their servers in all of their bowling centers.
Bank Of America was rolling out an upgrade to the infrastructure. Phoenix Geeks was brought in to extend the DMARC and add internal cables.
Phoenix Geeks was brought in to install all of the AV equipment for a $2 million dollar upgrade at one of their banking systems.
Field Nation is a work platform. Several years ago, Phoenix Geeks turned to the platform to meet some clients. Some of the work we did several years ago, was sourced thru Field Nation.
Every hotel in the Hilton Chain is has the reservation server and workstations upgraded every third year.a
Macy's is a large retailer. Phoenix Geeks lead the upgrade of the POS equipment at multiple stores in the Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada areas.
Phoenix Geeks has done many different jobs for McDonalds. We have been on the Digital Menu Board project (DMB), the Network Upgrade, the Radius Bluetooth Table Tent Install, and the Kiosk installs.
Phoenix Geeks has done many jobs for NCR including Walmart Self Check Outs (SCO) and more.
Patient Point is a software for dental and doctors office that allow for the patient to learn about their ailments. Phoenix Geeks installs, and works on, their machines in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
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