Historical Timeline of ArmgaSys, Inc.
New location, new logo!
2015 has been banner year for us. We purchased the Envio software application from Unisun Software and moved our office from Meridian to Boise, ID.
Acquired Unisun and their agri-business solution for packers, shippers and growers, EnvioAg.
iDailyReports had evolved into much more than daily reporting so we re-named to ConDoc. Short, simple…AWESOME!
Launched the first ArmgaSys product, iDailyReports, managing documentation and daily reporting for the commercial construction industry.
We realized Armga Integrated Systems, Inc. is a real mouthful and so we legally changed it to ArmgaSys, Inc.
Armga Integrated Systems, Inc. was born and things really started to change. We hired full-time W2 employees and soon after in 2011 were awarded our first government contract. Armga Consulting LLC was merged to Armga Integrated Systems and we registered as a C corp. …Dorothy, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore!
Over the years our logos changed along with our growth and maturity. You can see we have had an identity crisis or two resulting in name and visual brand changes…which we think has been for the better.
Come 2004 it was clear the ride was not going to end anytime soon. It was time to incorporate through the State of Idaho, and it was official: Armga Consulting, LLC was born.
In the 2000’s, Armga Consulting continued to grow and began to dabble in areas that would later become flag-ship technology for ArmgaSys, Inc. If only we had developed the ability to predict the future! Lady Luck and her buddy Sir Skill must have been on our side as we began writing software serving the commercial construction, credit card processing and accounting industries.
In 1999, Armga Consulting added a few supporting contract employees. We considered changing the company name to DiMASoft with a tag line of Real World, Real Solutions. It didn’t happen and no one (including Dave) knows why.
1994 rolls around, The Buffalo Bills lost their fourth straight super bowl, and Dave decided that it was time to have a little fun. Armga Consulting develops its first commercially available product, Deck Daemon for Windows. Unlike anything we had ever done before, Deck Daemon launched us into the gaming world, allowing gamers to organize their collections, trade cards and track their decks. If you are or were ever part of this world, you know this is COOL! Deck Daemon was released to the public under Bard’s Quest Software.
In 1992, some of us were just graduating high school, others were not yet born (or thought of…) and then there was Dave. Dave launched Armga Consulting, a custom software business run from his home office in his “spare” time. The first major project was the development of a Shipping Point Inspections/Fresh Fruit and Vegetable (SPI/FFV) tracking system for the State of Idaho, Department of Agriculture. This SPI/FFC program was used by Idaho’s DoA for 12+ years before being upgraded and replaced: Not a bad kick off!