Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America

The Tennessee Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America needed a webpage that would provide a touchpoint for the chapter’s members and activities. With a membership spread across the state, they needed an easy-to-update site that could keep current with upcoming events and stories and photos of past events. Integrity Focus developed a website that met these challenges while adhering to the national design standards. Features of the page include a calendar that automatically populates the blog.

“I was in a desperate situation when I first talked to Integrity Focus. Our chapter was growing, but our static web page did not adhere to the national standards and, even though it was simple, it was a big chore to update. This meant it didn’t get updated very often, and a webpage that doesn’t change isn’t very useful. I told Integrity Focus that my priorities were first, it had to look good and had to fit the national brand. Second, it had to be quick and easy to update–almost instantaneous. Third, we wanted some nice features, but only if they didn’t sacrifice the look or the ease of maintenance. Somehow, Integrity Focus made it happen. The website has received many compliments and it works like a dream.”

Brent Baldwin
President, Tennessee Chapter



Franklin Altman Family Eye Care

Doctors Franklin and Altman had purchased a computer based in-house marketing system for their office and needed installation services.

“We chose Richard Beard because of his knowlege and experience and because of his commitment to achieving the best possible results for his clients. Richard installed and networked an in-house marketing system for us with computers and LCD televisions. We received follow-up correspondence from Richard, even after he had checked that everything was up and running, to make sure we were completely satisfied with his services and the results of his work. We can highly recommend Integrity Focus Technologies for any computer or technology related services.”

Brad A. Altman, O.D.
Ocular Disease
Cornea & Contact Lens


Lipscomb University

The university was in need of a plan for updating its storage and backup infrastructure as well as a disaster recovery plan.  Integrity Focus Technologies met the challenge by evaluating the current systems, evaluating the industry, selecting and evaluating technology vendors and making a recommendation for the technology to best meet the needs.

“Richard has done an exemplary job at Lipscomb. He was asked to come in and provide help with our systems infrastructure. Because of his wide range of skills and background, I asked Richard to lead a major effort for me (developing an up-to-date DR/Business Continuity Plan) for the university. Richard lead a team of staffers to research and propose the right approach for remote site fail-over as well as on-campus redundancy. He also lead the investigation on ways to improve our current backup and storage situation. Richard is a quality IT professional, a great manager, and a Christian person.”

Mike Green
CIO Lipscomb University




Wilson County Community Help Center

The Help Center needed computer and wireless network installation services in order to automate many of the manual systems that they had in place.

“I have known Richard Beard for several years and have used him on numerous occasions to work on my home computers.  He is very gifted in doing almost anything relating to a computer. I have never presented a computer problem to him that he has not been able to resolve.  Recently after I started a new job I asked Richard to help set up a new computer system at my work.  I manage a small business that up until recently had never used computers.  Richard recommended the computers I needed to purchase, set up the computers and set up our networking.  Richard is a good hard working Christian man that I would recommend to anyone and when I saw what he picked out for his company name I could only think how appropriate because he is definitely a man of integrity.”

Ronnie Doak
Executive Director
Wilson County Community Help Center