Agathon Group has been providing hardware, software, and hosted solutions for a variety of organizations since 1999; before, during and after the infamous "dotcom bubble" that claimed so many other companies.
We started from a desire to help non-profits achieve their strategic goals by helping solve the harder technical hurdles. Our clientele today reflects those roots, ranging from regional telecommunications firms to worldwide mission organizations, from local high schools to secondary technical institutes in Europe, from a leader in biotech instrumentation and environmental research to the largest Christian ticketing firm on the internet.
We get asked frequently about our name. "Agathon" is a Greek term found in the New Testament of the Bible (Romans 8:28, Philippians 1:6) meaning, roughly, "That which is good." We like to just say, "The good stuff" as an indication of the quality of work for which we continue to strive.
While at Gospel Communications, Luke spent several years as a System Administrator before shifting over for several more as a Software Developer. In coming to Agathon, Luke brings a versatile tool set and body of knowledge blending his talents both as a systems architect and as a web programmer. View Luke's profile on LinkedIn.
Joel came to Agathon Group from Gospel Communications, where his duties spanned technical support (for over 300 organizations), website development, and training. At Agathon Group, Joel creates usable and powerful web applications to help people get things done quickly. View Joel's profile on LinkedIn.
A graduate in Theatre and a musician on the side, Morgan has always had a passion for bridging the gap between technology and people, working most recently for Gospel Communications as part of their technical support team. He brings his technical knowledge and friendliness to Agathon, so that customers may feel at ease to ask questions and receive prompt and easy to understand answers.
Adam has spent time in a number of different roles in the IT world, including customer support, system administrator, and developer. At Agathon, he does both frontend and backend web development. He's interested in making web sites usable and enjoyable.
As the first System Administrator at both Gospel Communications and Donor.com, Peter laid the groundwork for the incredible growth that both organizations have experienced. In joining Agathon Group, he brings his considerable knowledge of Linux systems and network design to empower organizations and encourage their stability and growth. View Peter's profile on LinkedIn.
Before joining Agathon Group, Marissa was the web developer for Cornerstone University Radio. She has also spent the last four years doing various design and development projects for area small businesses and non-profits. She enjoys exploring new technologies and learning how to write more efficent web applications. When she isn't churning out code, Marissa spends her time trying to convert her husband to Linux.
Marvin comes to the Agathon Group from the year 2050, and though he is just a machine, he is a friendly machine, not a mindless killer. You can hear from him at anytime by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brian came to Agathon having most recently worked with U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) where he deployed large-scale network services for CBP and the Department of Homeland Security. Prior to that he was with Gospel Communications, heading up the web development and systems administration teams. Brian enjoys solving problems, organizing chaos, and developing solutions. View Brian's profile on LinkedIn.
Rachel came to Agathon Group from Amgen, Inc. where, as a PMP, she was a project leader for IT projects, both large and small. She has led teams to deliver both vendor- and in-house developed applications as well as process improvement projects. With her degree in International Business from Pepperdine University, Rachel complements the Agathon Group team with her financial, project, and business management skillset.
Alan has spent most of his working life developing for the Internet, first as a developer, then lead developer and eventually project manager. During tenures at Gospel Communications and Donor.com, he helped assemble and develop the technologies that enabled those organizations to grow explosively. He now uses those same skills to streamline our project workflow and help organizations of all sizes flourish. View Alan's profile on LinkedIn.
Before coming to Agathon Group, Ron was a software developer for Gospel Communications, spending a number of years as the lead programmer of The Bible Gateway. He continues to write software and solve hard problems as a member of the Agathon Group team.
With a strong background in the Ad-Marketing industry, Paul Yuen has worked with companies like Jaguar, NBA, ACE Hardware and General Motors. Paul has a heart for non-profit organizations which lead him to Gospel Communications. There he redesigned their international corporate brand and served as a design lead on their online properties like BibleGateway.com and Gospel.com. As a Certified Flash Designer and with over ten years in the industry, he now brings his diverse creativity to the Agathon Group as their Art Director