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Our Mission and Vision


We strive to provide friendly, fast, efficient, and affordable technology services and solutions that exceed our customer's expectations.  We understand that each of our customers' needs are unique and commit ourselves to providing the best services that we're capable of.  If we can't do it ourselves, we will work tirelessly with our partners to identify an alternative solution.  Our success is born out of our ability to help our customers achieve success themselves.

Family Owned - Community Oriented

Eastman Technology Solutions (ETS) is a local, family-owned, small-business with strong roots in the local community.  Each year our company proudly donates a portion of our profits to the Tapply Thompson Community Center and The Mayhew Program.  If you are looking for a charity that improves the lives of our youth, their families, and our community as a whole, consider giving to one, or both, of these outstanding programs.


With the shortage of skilled-labor and increasing demand for I.T. know-how, we decided it was time to pursue the creation of a technology-focused sales, service and consulting business.  Part of our drive to pursue this endeavor came from our many discussions about possible business opportunities and the recognition of how many friends, family and businesses were looking for assistance with technology.  We are both hands-on type people who enjoy new challenges and helping others.  We decided to put our heads together and push forward with laying the foundation for what we believe will be a blossoming business.   Cole studied both Environmental and Electrical engineering at the University of Vermont and excels at assessing problems and developing unique solutions.  He continues to pursue studies in information technology and is focused on developing the business and running day to day operations.  Garvin has 20+ years of IT experience and works at Concord Hospital as a Senior Application Analyst.  He serves in an advisory role to ETS. 


Cole Eastman


Garvin Eastman

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