This is just a short note to let you, our valued client and friend, know that we are still open and working as usual. Through the use of various online platforms we will continue to provide services during these unusual and unfortunate times. If there is anything that we can help you with concerning your website or computing needs, please don't hesitate to let us know.
Please stay healthy and safe!
Matt & Lisa
A2Z Computing Services, Inc. specializes in web design and mobile app development for small to medium sized businesses and municipalities. Founded in 1995 we have been providing website design, mobile apps, computer and network support, aerial photography, event photography and video services to several hundred clients throughout the United States. Please take a moment and browse through some of the many websites we have created over the years using the menu at the top of this site.
We are a veteran owned company located in Oakland, Maine.
With over 37 years of experience we can build it, design it or fix it.
We met the owners of Woodsmith's Manufacturing at the Mid-Maine Chamber's Super Raffle Dinner Show a couple of years ago so when they needed a website for their newly acquired business, they thought of us. We redesigned them a professional, responsive website with a shopping cart feature which displays their products but with no pricing where they mostly sell wholesale and not retail.
What About Maine was looking for a new design to their site with added features and the ability to showcase their current publication each month. We are able to take their publication each month and turn it into an interactive feature where visitors are able to browse the magazine and answer the trivia questions right online.
The Herbert Grand Hotel in Kingfield, Maine was referred to us by another client. They were looking to replace the site they had that was created by the previous owner of the hotel. They were looking for a new modern design with a website that could have the functionality of online bookings and reservations in the future. We took drone video for them and photos of all their rooms in the hotel. A quaint stop on your way to Sugarloaf, be sure to stop by and say hello!