The Rabbithole is a technical services company. Our current focus is web application development. We also excel at web design, Linux and network administration, database design and maintenance and project consulting. We have worked in many different organizations that leverage IT differently. We are not interested in selling our customers something, but instead to understand and join their existing workflow.
One of the core points of our business philosophy is personal communication. With a decade of experience providing technical support to people who run the entire spectrum of technical understanding, we possess the ability to bring technology to your level. We work with our customers to provide them with solutions they need, instead of simply responding to their wants.
Why We're Chamber Members
We became Columbus Chamber members because we decided from the beginning to focus on local companies instead of targeting the internet at large. This allows us to give a personal touch, a hand shake and a good feeling to our customers. Outsourcing is cheap and easy but we can offer value to organizations that extends past the immediate goal.
Fun Facts about my Company
- Our President, Shaun Brady, has over a decade of experience in IT.
- We do this for fun. It happens to be profitable in the information age, but this is our passion, not our job, and we produce only the best results.
- The Rabbithole employees do not consider themselves specialists. Our specialty is generality. We understand how systems work at all levels, instead of specializing inside a little box. Cross paradigm solutions are where we shine.
- We tend to use open source and standards compliant solutions. This allows our customers to avoid vendor lock-in and appreciate a more robust product.
What is a web application? A web application is a piece of software that is accessed through a web browser. Any time a website “does something," it is a web application. The classic examples are banking sites, shopping carts, and company intranets. There is usually a corpus of data involved, which is managed in a database.Can a web application help you? Do you have information to manage? Sales transactions, inventories, and customer records are all examples of information. Are you passing around spreadsheet ideas? Are you surrounded by paper records? If you answered yes to any of these, a web application might help out your business process.
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