SPONSORED BUSINESS PROFILE
Tony and Eileen Holland incorporated Isotech in June of 1986. The company started as an independent sales organization reselling hardware for Unisys Corporation. They also supported one of Unisys’ primary operating systems. Isotech also provided software and wrote custom programs.
While working with many rural small to medium size businesses, Tony & Eileen saw a great need in the rural areas for computer skills that their years of experience in the industry could offer.
The old “Good Times Bar” on Highway 169 in Trimble, Missouri was run down and vacant. The Hollands approached the owner about opening the building.
In November 2000, after a total makeover, Isotech, Inc. opened as a technology resource center providing local fax, copy, and shipping services.
When Internet access in their rural communities was only available by dialing long distance, Isotech installed local Internet dial-up service for the areas between Gower, Plattsburg, Kearney, Liberty, and Smithville.
In 2006, the dial-up service was converted into terrestrial fixed wireless Internet.
Changing from T1 lines to fiber optics initiated the hybrid fiber/wireless broadband service, called KCCoyote “Fiber through the Air.” KCCoyote symmetric broadband service is currently powered by 3 fiber carriers in 5 locations.
In 2012, Isotech, Inc. leased roof top space for a tower and an office for a data center in the First Missouri Bank building in Kearney, MO.
In 2014, Isotech, Inc. acquired A+ Computing wireless network and opened offices in Carrollton, MO.
KCCoyote operates in 7 counties from 75+ towers and has offices in Trimble, Kearney, and Carrollton.