The company’s goal is to demystify computers, tables and smartphones for people who didn’t grow up using them.
Navigating the online world can be difficult, especially for older people who didn’t grow up with technology. Seeking the usual “tech help” can result in a barrage of confusing terms that can be intimidating.
GroovyTek’s founders Matt Munro and Alex Rodas started the company in 2015 with people over 40 in mind after they found their parents needed help with technology. They recognized there was a niche for personalized help to enable people to grasp technology in relatable, understandable terms and become confident and competent enough to turn their frustrations into fun.
In November the company, headquartered in Denver, expanded to the South Florida market and opened its Boca Raton office. Both in-home and one-on-one phone sessions are available. More than 300 customers have been served from Jupiter to