Robert Gregory has many years to his credit as a successful entrepreneur in the computer technology industry. The fact that he is a business owner with a vast expertise in computers and systems places Bob and his company in a unique position to service a wide of range clients.
Bob has a comprehensive knowledge of operating system platforms, disk storage systems and peripherals used in LAN servers and high performance desktop computers. This knowledge has earned him the respect of industry professionals, clients and other computer hardware integrators. His company, Ocean State Computers is considered a “sole source” vendor for some of the region’s most prestigious companies and firms. Bob and Ocean State Computers, Ltd have been profiled for achievements in leading industry publications such as Computer Reseller News, CRN Tech and others trade publications. His opinions regarding the computer industry have been published in interviews with CRN, CRN Tech and Providence Business News.
Many of the platforms Bob has engineered and configured are LAN servers used for mission critical applications that require the highest level of hardware technical support and service. It has been his philosophy to be responsive to industry changes and constantly search for innovative technologies that keep his company far ahead of the competition and to offer nothing less than “high quality, high performance and mission critical computer systems while maintaining unsurpassed post sales service and support”.
Throughout his professional career Bob has always been in a position of management and the decision making process. Bob is 1971 graduate of Roger Williams University majoring in marketing and human relations. His first exposure to multi-user computer systems began in 1978. He is credited with the design and implementation of one of the first multi-user software packages related to the wholesale distribution industry. Bob has also served as president and show chairman of a regional trade association and served as the technology consultant to that group up until 2008.