Domain Technology Group’s industry experience and success is a culmination of efforts put forth by a professional management team. Our managing directors are knowledgeable in their respective areas and as a team; Domain Technology Group is high-level IT infrastructure and software solutions provider.
President / Information Systems Strategist
David Kramer is an Information Systems Strategist and President of Domain Technology Group. With over 20 years of experience, David is the leader of the Domain Technology Group team.
Background education includes a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Finance, from St Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. David is a Novell Certified Netware Engineer (CNE), and a Certified Citrix Metaframe Administrator.
David gained a wealth of experience working for Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York, on large-scale computer mainframe systems that managed international film inventories and sales projections. David also has worked with General Public Utilities (GPU). At GPU he was part of a team that developed and maintained customer information and billing systems for a base of over 1.5 million electric customers.
In 1989, David co-founded a network consulting organization, Integrity Data Services. The company was founded on the premise that microcomputer networks should be implemented and supported with the same discipline and reliability that a mainframe system requires and provides. Integrity Data grew to be a Novell Platinum Partner and in 1998, David left the firm to start a new organization, Domain Technology Group.
Senior Network Engineer
As Senior Network Engineer, Larry Goncea leads the infrastructure services at Domain Technology Group. Larry is a Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), Citrix Certified Administrator, and Packetter System Enginner. As the backbone of our infrastructure services, Larry oversees all server installations, mail server setup, networking security, and bandwidth management issues.