Platte River Networks was created by two dedicated IT professionals who had a simple and unique vision, “How would you like to be treated both as a company and as an individual?” Whether you are the provider, customer, co-worker, employer, partner, vendor or friend. From that one question a company was born focusing on honesty, integrity, teamwork and motivation.
Our entire staff strives every day to provide the best customer experience possible. The founding partners have established a healthy vibrant environment focusing on the customer with a commitment to quality, working as a team, and doing what it takes by actively listening to each other and our customers. We embrace and drive change while making it fun and remembering the importance of a life and work balance.
WHO’S UNDER THE HOOD
Since 2002, Platte River Networks has been serving our clients with honesty, integrity and exceptional customer service.
Oct. 1st Treve Suazo and Brent Allshouse launch Platte River Networks
Hire first employee
Start offering Cloud Services
Launch our managed services platform Intuition
Join Ingram Micro’s Trust X Alliance
Launch our Intuition Network Operation and Help Desk Center
Launch our Women in Technology Scholarship with Denver Public Schools
Win the Denver International Airport Light Rail $1 million infrastructure project
Move into our new corporate headquarters on Washington Street
Launch Intuition DRiVE including our Vault BDR-Business Continuity solution
Launch Intuition Security+
Became a Traction EOS company
Hire our 50th Employee
Win Triple Crown of Colorado Business Awards: Top IT Firm, Top Places to Work, Top Colorado Company to Watch
ON BEHALF OF PLATTE RIVER NETWORKS, WE WANT TO EXTEND OUR THANKS OUT TO OUR SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY FOR MAKING 18 YEARS POSSIBLE.
Platte River Networks helped create and is directly involved in the Women in Technology Scholarship, founded in 2013 to assist and motivate Denver Public High School Seniors to pursue a degree in technology. The disparity of men to women working in the technology field continues to grow. We welcome all applicants pursuing any degree related to technology which can include computer science, business, marketing, sales, engineering, design, etc.
Big Idea Project provides a student-centered approach to education that connects the head and the heart through experiential learning, resulting in personal development that goes beyond knowledge. Through our sponsorship we work with the Big Idea Project and students to encourage and advise young leaders to provide real-world learning opportunities, foster students’ career goals, and build lasting relationships. Platte River Networks became a Big Idea Project partner five years ago and continues to support and volunteer for this amazing organization.
We are proud to partner with the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, the only business association in Colorado that works to improve the business climate for all sizes of business from a statewide, multi-industry perspective. What the Colorado Chamber accomplishes is good for all businesses, and that’s good for the state’s economy.
In order to ensure our customers recycle responsibility, we provide complimentary e-waste technology recycling. We partner with Techno-Rescue a fully certified Colorado Electronics Recycling and Data Destruction E- waste company. It is illegal and socially irresponsible to throw your electronics in the trash. Responsible electronics recycling also includes the safe and proper disposal of data still residing on old technology.
Platte River Networks is an active member, sponsor, volunteer and board member of the Westminster Legacy Foundation. Established as a community foundation in 2001, the Westminster Legacy Foundation serves as the leader, catalyst and resource for philanthropy in our community. The foundation works to close funding gaps in our community that would not otherwise be met in the areas of basic needs, conservation, and arts and culture, with a focus on projects that give all Westminster citizens the opportunities they need to thrive.
We are proud to partner with the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce who foster a community for empowering, supportive businesswomen and women identified in Colorado. The CWCC provides women opportunities that better our community and economy, help women grow their businesses and their careers; ultimately find success in work and in life.
Platte River Networks Partners with Hope Online Learning to Help Colorado Students During COVID
Platte River Networks partnered with HOPE Online Learning Academy to remotely configure over 1,500 learning devices to support changing school environments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op provides Colorado K-12 students an education that includes individualized lessons paired with in-person support from experienced teachers and mentors.
Platte River Networks Partners with Fairfield and Woods The Action Center
Fairfield and Woods, a Denver based law firm, has agreed to donate technology hardware to The Action Center, a local non-profit organization. PRN will help accommodate the ongoing donations when Fairwood and Woods refresh items such as computers, monitors, keyboards, etc. PRN will pick up, wipe, assess and prepare the computers and donate them directly to The Action Center. We plan to continue this program for years to come and open it up to other customers who may be able to help The Action Center.
(Pictured Left to Right)
Suhrab Ameri – The Action Center
David DeCamillis – Platte River Networks – VP Sales and Marketing
Bruce Fowler – Fairfield and Woods – Managing Partner
Carolyn Alexander – The Action Center – Senior Director of Operations
Pam Brier – The Action Center – Executive Director