NetXcel was founded in 1981, the same year that IBM introduced the PC.
Founded by Wayne and Vici Churchman, the company did business for more than two decades
under the name of Churchman & Associates. The company initially focused
on the development of database applications for business, still our major focus today.
| Things change, some stay the same|
Over the years, the computing platform has changed from centralized mainframes and mini-computers to more decentralized networks. The Internet has fueled explosive
growth in software development, and yet, our focus on database applications remains as strong as when we started in 1981.
| Innovative problem solving|
Another constant for us has been our focus on innovative problem solving for our clients. Today, most of our new systems development
projects contain a strong Internet component along with the traditional solutions provided by relational
database systems and newer technologies such as .NET.
| Long-term client relationships|
We take pride in the systems that we've developed over the years but even more pride in our
client relationships. We've been strategic partners of many clients for more than 5 years and some for
more than 10 years.