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TechSage Solutions was established in 2000 as a veteran owned small business headquartered in the San Antonio Technology Center, San Antonio, Texas. Our company has developed an integrated office concept built around providing technology solutions to business requirements and focused on providing "STRESS FREE" IT Solutions for small to medium sized businesses. As a part of this small business focus we were awarded the distinction of Small Business Specialist by Microsoft and participate as Microsoft Certified Partners.


Our "STRESS FREE" IT Solutions focus is to provide a full range of IT support for companies that don't necessarily need or can't afford to have full time IT staff but still need to ensure that their network, servers, desktop PCs and other IT equipment are secure and well maintained.


TechSage puts your focus back on your business with our:

  • Microsoft Small Business Specialist Certification - in recognition of our ability to deliver industry-proven solutions and services
  • Microsoft Certified Partner - designates our expertise with Microsoft technologies
  • Skilled technology experts - experienced engineers who view themselves as an extension of your business
  • 24 X 7 help and support - help is only a phone call away

TechSage's services are focused on providing the business tools that small businesses need to compete, providing affordable technology designs based on business requirements. Our technology solutions cut costs and put your company in a position to prosper.

Find out how our experienced professionals can turn your technology investments into a powerful business advantage.

How A Childhood Dream Of Space Exploration Led John Hill To Become The Top Compliance Expert For DoD Contractors In Central And South Texas

A servant attitude and a fascination with science and space exploration. That’s what sparked the interest of John Hill, founder of TechSage Solutions, in electronics and computers back in the ‘60s and led him to become actively involved with computers in the 1970s.

John became interested in science, space exploration and technology when visiting his aunt and uncle in Cocoa Beach, Florida. While sitting on the roof of their house, he was mesmerized watching rocket launches from the space center on Cape Canaveral. He took a keen interest in science and technology after reading Tom Swift books about a teenage scientist and inventor who built a spaceship. As a teenager, John became even more excited about space travel when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin successfully landed on the moon. He credits his mother, who was a science teacher; his grandparents, who were teachers as well; and his reading tutor for influencing his servant attitude. “Teachers have been a big part of my life,” John said. “When I first learned to read, I struggled and hated reading until a reading teacher helped me. I’ve been a voracious reader ever since. These people inspired a strong desire to be of service.”

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