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Founded in 1991, Intertech is the largest combined software developer training company and research-supported consulting firm in Minnesota. Tom Salonek, Intertech's Founder, was listed in Fortune Magazine's "40 under 40".[1] Intertech designs and develops software solutions for Fortune 500 businesses, mid-sized companies and state and local governments.[2] Intertech’s consulting application development services include on-site consulting, outsourcing, and mentoring on various technologies such as Agile, .NET, Java, SQL Server, and mobile development including iPhone (iOS) and Android platforms. Intertech’s training courses include all current Java, .NET and web services technologies. Their classes are offered at Intertech's location in Eagan, Minnesota, customer locations (on-site) and online using WebEx.[3]

Partners and alliances

Intertech is a Managed Microsoft Partner.[4]


Intertech has been featured in stories in Fortune Small Business, Forbes, The Business Journal, Twin Cities Business Monthly, Upsize, Ventures, Star Tribune, St. Paul Pioneer Press, and Inc. Ten times, Intertech was chosen as one of the Best Places to Work in Minnesota.[5]