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About Us

Founded in 2000, Grassroots Technology is based in Oakland County, Michigan and owned by Bob Neely. The company is providing a wide range of business solutions including Computer Services, Website Presence and Media Publications along with business consultation.

Bob wants you to think of Grassroots Technology as your personal consultant to assist you with any PC or office related need. He understands small business and knows what it's like to be serviced by large, impersonal organizations. He offers a variety of business solutions with a personal touch and at a reasonable cost, helping you with all your PC and office needs, allowing you to focus on your business.


Bob has over 20 years of IT experience working in both corporate and small business environments. His experience has also spanned a wide variety of industries including automotive, government, insurance, retail, construction, real estate and others. He has worked with companies such as Ford Motor, Oakland County, Dow Chemical, and Nationwide Insurance. He takes pride in knowing his company provides personal service and quality work with integrity and respect.


In addition to operating Grassroots Technology, Bob also is the Director of Operations for Seniors Helping Seniors, a company co-owned with his wife, Dawn, which provides in-home health care for senior citizens in the Oakland County area. Bob is a graduate of Oakland University with a BA in Management Information Systems. Bob is also a member of the Orion Area Chamber of Commerce.

Contact Info

Grassroots Technology
1195 Oakmont Dr.
Oxford, MI 48371
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-- Lisa


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