SOS = Systems to Optimize Success
Our goal is to be the #1 technology services company in the Pacific.
We invent and provide innovative services and solutions that empower people to overcome challenges in their home or work place.
As a company, we seek to create opportunities for the material and intellectual growth for all employees.
We are proud to follow the Kyocera philosophy of business management and are dedicated to operating with integrity and dignity in all of our business relationships.
SOS Tech Solutions was founded in 2007 with the vision of providing quality, innovative services for Hawaii businesses.
We have grown from a website design company to a full service outfit for businesses. Our clients range from Hawaii’s oldest business, the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii to Worth Ethic Corporation, a company that provides executive coaching to a number of fortune 500 companies.
We are grateful for our admission to the Manoa Innovation Center, a tech incubation program for companies doing unique things that help the business community. It is our goal to use this opportunity and our expertise to create new products and introduce them to the Hawaii and later global markets.
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