About reora, inc.

Since 2005 we have been creating and hosting websites and other media and systems, as well as providing professional technology consulting to individuals, businesses and other organizations in North America and Europe.

We are passionate about effective collaboration and communication and how technology can enable and empower people.

Brief History

  • We initially developed a home builder web solution, to meet the challenges even successful home builders face in keeping track of projects and effectively communicating quickly, sufficiently and accurately with their clients. We developed the solution in close consultation with home builders.
  • Like any successful company, we adapt.  The 2008 housing crisis made us broaden our goals to developing and hosting websites for a wide variety of clients to help them effectively communicate and collaborate with their audiences.  We also kept seeing clients struggling with computer and other information technology (IT) challenges, so we helped out!
  • More recently we have implemented cloud solutions and services using Google Cloud (and G Suite), as well as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft’s Office 365, and more.

We continue to be passionate about technology, and are excited to help clients with this rapidly changing world.

Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to hearing from you. Please contact us today.

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