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Q & A: Computer company all about networking

The Daily Courier/Jason Soifer
From left: Network Administrator Robert Clark, Systems Manager Alan Sean and Chief Executive Officer Dino Bulleri stand in front of a server at Bulleri Networks’ Prescott office.

The Daily Courier/Jason Soifer From left: Network Administrator Robert Clark, Systems Manager Alan Sean and Chief Executive Officer Dino Bulleri stand in front of a server at Bulleri Networks’ Prescott office.

Q & A with Dino Bulleri, chief executive officer of Bulleri Networks, and Alan Sean, Bulleri's systems manager.

Address:

122 N. Cortez St.

Phone number:

445-5773

Website: www.bullerinetworks.com

Hours:

Bulleri - "From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We have 24-hour technical support."

How many employees do you have?

Bulleri - "We have 11 employees."

What service do you provide in the community?

Bulleri - "We sell high-speed Internet services. Computer sales and service, small business networking and digital video recorder systems."

Sean - "We also do web hosting and design."

When did you start the business?

Bulleri - "We first start-

ed taking on clients in spring 2006. We hard-wired this building probably in 2004 for Internet services for all of our tenants and we expanded on that theme."

When did you begin offering wireless Internet services?

Bulleri - "Probably mid-2005. I was on the roof and I asked one of my information technology guys about providing wireless high-speed Internet from this building for Prescott."

Is that your most popular service?

Bulleri - "It's grown by leaps and bounds since then. We cover Chino Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Pres-

cott Valley, Paulden, Po-

land Junction, and we're working on other areas."

Do you face any challenges to offering those connections?

Bulleri - "Especially in the Prescott area are the trees and mountains."

What are your keys to success?

Bulleri - "Customer service. We're a local high-speed Internet service that's been here quite some time."

Sean - "We try to answer the customers' questions. We want to stay on the phone and make it work for them."

What is most challenging about the business?

Sean - "More of the terrain and trying to get to everyone."

Bulleri - "We are beginning to provide high-speed Internet to a lot of businesses in Prescott.We're providing high-speed wireless Internet in two dozen businesses in the quad-city area."

What charitable organizations do you work with?

Bulleri - "I support Yavapai Big Brothers and Big Sisters."

Sean - "We work with some non-profit agencies

as well as we can help them get thousands of dollars worth of software at an affordable cost to them."

Contact the reporter at jsoifer@prescottaz.com

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