Cyberhenge was formed in 1997 to help organizations take advantage of the Internet.
Founder Frank Piuck has been working on websites since 1995. Years of experience building sites for artists has helped him develop artistic skill in site design. That is complemented by deep expertise in business, starting with an MBA from Columbia Business School, management at Eaton Corporation, a Fortune 500 business, and consulting experience with some of the largest business in the US such as General Motors and Eastman Kodak. Frank's broad experience includes:
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We are called Cyberhenge in honor of Stonehenge. To this day it is a mystery how people used the technology of 4,000 years ago to craft Stonehenge so well that it still awes visitors. Built with huge stones that were somehow carried hundreds of miles, Stonehenge is a wonder of its age. Similarly, at Cyberhenge, we see the Internet as a wonder of the modern age, and hope to play a role in expanding this great creation so it will stand for generations to come.
Stonehenge was the cutting-edge technology of 2000 BC. Cyberhenge provides the cutting-edge technology of the 21st century.