Company Profile

NBR Computer Consulting, LLC began as a concept for a computer consulting company in early 1994. The planning was in progress, and slowly developed throughout 1994 and 1995. In late 1995, the logo was created by David Kalamar, and added to business cards at the beginning of 1996. On January 1, 1996, the business was officially started, as a Sole Proprietorship, under the name of Norman B. Reich, Computer Consulting.

Since it’s founding, the business has been steadily growing. With only one official client in its first year, and a lot of start-up work and expenses, the business income grew by 1600 percent from 1996 to 1997. Again, there was a jump from 1997 to 1998 to increase the business by 600 percent. The business is still steadily growing, and planning shows a large increase in business in the coming years.

In trying to keep up with the growth of business, NBR Computer Consulting, LLC was formed as a Limited Liability Company in December of 1998. We still offer the same great array and quality of service. Please contact us for more information, and we’ll be happy to help you.

In June 1998, the concept of Occasions to Remember® was started. The idea was to help present various occasions on the internet. One idea is for a wedding to be able to present the wedding invitation to their guests online. This included the actual invitation, some words to the guests, and directions to the ceremony and reception. After the wedding, the wedding photograph album would be present online as well. This would prove a great benefit out-of-town, or out-of-the-country, family and friends who may not be available to see the photographs for some time. There is even an option to password protect each client’s web page to limit viewing of their albums to only their own family and friends.

Occasions to Remember® premiered at The Washington Bridal Showcase on January 31, 1999 at the Patriot Center at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. This concept was a reality long before it was commonplace for people to place their photos and other information online, and before the web was as popular as it is today.