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A Smarter Way to Manage Information Technology

Complement and strengthen your operations with our skilled professionals, technical expertise and best-value solutions.

More Efficient, Effective Use of Your Technical Resources

Operate at your peak and extend your reach by letting us handle jobs that could distract your team from core initiatives.

Access to Proven, Perfected Best Practices

Take advantage of what we’ve learned completing thousands of projects similar to yours.

Consistent Management of Your Technical Needs

Your job will be completed on-time, within budget and to your specifications.

What We Do

Managed Technology Operations for a Manageable Cost

Simply put, ProActive Business Solutions takes on all the technology tasks your organization doesn’t have the time or resources to handle on its own. These range from relocating data centers to upgrading desktops, to calibrating sensitive cleanroom tools, to supporting wafer fabrication. We can also tailor our solutions to meet your needs, providing:

  • Managed services (work on an ongoing basis)
  • Project-based assignments (one-off or periodic jobs)
  • Staff augmentation (short- and longer-term needs for certified specialists and other trained personnel)


ProActive Business Solutions among the Class of 2015’s 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area

October 25, 2015

ProActive Business Solutions has been selected by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the fastest growing private companies in the Bay Area.

DeeDee Towery, Chief Executive Officer Recognized as One of the “Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business” by San Francisco Business Times

June 04, 2015

ProActive Business Solutions, an award winning, woman owned corporation headquartered in Oakland, CA that specializes in delivering customized information technology consulting and services is proud to announce that CEO Deidrie (DeeDee) Towery has been recognized as one of the “Most Influential Women of the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times.