Bedrock Technology, a multidisciplinary information technology company, hosted today its grand opening at the TekRidge Center, located in Jessup.
Bedrock Technology will occupy a 1,752 square-foot anchor space at the TekRidge Center, which was developed by the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO), an affiliate of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce.
“Bedrock Technology, with the help and support of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce’s incubator program, is proud to have been able to grow our two-man operation into a team of the most highly-skilled IT professionals in the region,” said Frank Suraci, co-owner. “Along with my partner, Adam Basalyga, we look forward to the future of our business and are excited for ongoing expansion into new territories.”
“Adam Basalyga and Frank Suraci are great examples of how entrepreneurs in northeastern Pennsylvania can be successful,” said Aaron Whitney, incubator program manager, The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. “Their dedication and drive to succeed in expanding Bedrock Technology from a start-up company into a growing IT firm is a win for our region and the Chamber’s incubator program. We are very proud to have them as a client as they continue to grow family-sustaining jobs in The TekRidge Center.”
Specializing in security and compliance, enterprise networking, medical dictation and unified communications, Bedrock Technology offers fixed cost, all-inclusive information technology services for businesses. Bedrock Technology also works with a variety of businesses, such as healthcare providers, dentists, educational institutions, retail stores and government agencies. It is also a COSTARS Authorized Supplier for area municipal and government organizations.