Three short weeks ago, brothers Jacob and Josh Appleman began to blaze their own trail in the locally-owned business world after they opened ReSolutions Custom Technical Services at 116 E. Main Street in historic downtown Sedalia.
ReSolutions is a family-owned and operated tech-based business that specializes in a variety of computer and technical services, including computer repair, website design, web based video security, personal and business backup/data restoration, virus/malware/adware removal, memory upgrades, tune-ups and rental computers for temporary needs.
ReSolutions will also make visits to your location if needed, which is a service many of their competitors do not offer.
Both Jacob and Josh Appleman have backgrounds in technology, with each of them holding a bachelor’s degree in the technology field.
“We both have our bachelor’s degrees that are technology based. We have a general love of technology and motivation to help people, as well as the benefits of being self-employed. We enjoy our work,” Jacob Appleman said.
Appleman was asked when his love of computers came about.
“I graduated high school in 1995 and got into the internet at CMSU. I’ve been hooked ever since,” Appleman said.
“Josh is the IT guy at the hospital, and he also got a lot of personal tech questions. There is plenty of need for us,” Appleman said.
He added, “Business is picking up. We’ve had enough people and referrals to keep us busy.”
ReSolutions is located at 116 E. Main Street and they are open Tuesday through Friday, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. They are also open on Saturday 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. They will remain open later on Saturday if needed.
The phone number for ReSolutions is (660) 851-1020, and they can be reached on the web by visiting their site at www.ReSolutionsTech.Pro.
Appleman was asked if there are any plans to expand their services in the future.
“Future expansion will include an internet café, the possibility of advanced PC classes and a place for gamers. We have a big server down here,” Appleman explained.
Appleman was asked if there was any information that they would like to express to the public.
“We have a motto here and it is ‘fixed or it’s free’. We will keep on it until the problem is resolved. We are a local business, not a chain. Come out and support local businesses.