Heraflux Technologies is a global technology consulting firm.
We focus on the convergence of data, cloud and infrastructure.


Message from our Founder

Hello, and thank you for your interest in Heraflux Technologies! After receiving my very first computer, a Tandy Color Computer 3, I was captivated by technology. Fast forward through more than 20 years working professionally in IT as a software developer, systems and infrastructure engineer, database administrator, solutions architect, and now Founder and Chief Architect at Heraflux, I still have the same level of excitement that came from my introduction to computers, if not more, from this amazing field.

We live in times where the rapid rate of technological change is unprecedented. In fact, the origin of our company’s name was derived from this level of constant change. See our FAQs for the full story.

When we work with our clients, we are not only committed to meeting their goals, but also supplementing each project with education and knowledge transfer to help them stay in front of these changes. We offer a unique blend of advisory and consulting services, knowledge of technology stacks, and use evidence-based analysis to help propel your business beyond your competitors.

We’re here to help with all your data needs. Let us be your constant in this sea of rapid change. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you!

-David Klee

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