Entrotech Engineering

Many successful small, medium and even large companies run critical business processes on home-grown applications written in database applications such as Microsoft Access, FoxPro and other database systems that are intended for small-scale applications with just a few users. Often, these applications are victims of their own success - the application concept proves so valuable to the business that the system grows well beyond its original intended purpose. Before you know it, critical business operations are dependent on database technologies that were never designed to handle the required number of users, transaction volumes or complex features.

Since 1995, Entrotech Engineering has specialized in transforming conceptually successful small applications into reliable, stable, production-quality applications that can support critical business operations. If you are losing sleep over critical business applications that seem to be held together with duct tape and baling wire, maybe it is time to give us a call. We are experts at coming up to speed quickly on your application requirements and re-developing your application with technologies that will provide you with years of reliable service.

Using proven .NET technologies from Microsoft, our solutions will grow with your company - not hold you back.

Last Updated:
April 14, 2013


John Darragh, founder and principal of Entrotech, will be teaching a course "Programming in C# for Visual Studio .NET Platform II" through the UCLA Extension program in the Fall Quarter of 2013. Click here for more information and registration.