Ryan Toussaint’s passion for business and technology manifested itself in his teenage years. Before completing high school he became qualified as a Microsoft MCSE, became the consultant for his high school’s director of IT, and established his own company, On-Site Computer. By age 21, On-Site’s service revenue exceeded $1 million a year. His clients include service and consulting companies, and firms engaged in transportation, pharmaceuticals, hi-tech, military research, engineering, and medical operations. The majority of Toussaint’s business service and consulting encompass small and medium sized enterprises.
Today, Ryan Toussaint and his company not only develop and implement IT solutions for clients in a multitude of fields, but also provide a broad range of business advisory and consulting services including:
· Management consulting
· Business and strategy development
· RFP management and response analysis
· Strategic communications
· Claim Analysis Restoration, mitigation and recovery including catastrophic loss and profit recovery
· Sales Strategy
· Compliance (including but not limited to SOX, PCI, HIPPA, ITAR, and Archiving) Strategic Product/ Service Development
· Process Design, Optimization & Organization
· C-Level Augmentation
· Policies & Procedures
· Business Process Flow
· Credit Optimization
Ryan Toussaint’s IT areas of expertise include:
· Network architecture design;
· Implementation of active directory infrastructures;
· Maintaining server-network infrastructure;
· Deploying server-network services;
· Supporting windows server network hosts;
· Managing and maintaining Microsoft server environments;
· Network security Deploying secure online collaboration workspaces and cost-effective and scalable communication solutions.
· Managing technical teams, overseeing needs assessments and complete deployments.
Ryan is a black belt in judo and enjoys spending his time teaching Judo at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Moreover, Ryan is involved in Santa Ynez wines where a wine brand has been named “Toussaint,” which includes Sangiovese, Petite Verdot, Syrah, Cabernet, and Tempranillo.