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Our Mission

AMRCON’s mission is to become a trusted advisor to our clients so that, through our unique Information ­Technology services, we can reduce network downtime and contribute significantly to our clients’ overall efficiency and success.

Based in Matawan, New Jersey, AMRCON offers innovative network systems that feature an automatic, preventive approach to identify network issues, and remotely correct the majority of problems in real time.

We provide on-demand technology support to all of Central Jersey. Our clients can rely on our highly experienced and certified professionals to address any additional problems, from the most complex to the simplest, 24 hours a day/seven days a week, either in real time or with a guaranteed 60-minute response.

Our Experience Sets Us Apart

Dee Rudko, CEO

Screen Shot 2013-09-23 at 8.51.01 AMDee Rudko, an experienced IT executive and seasoned engineer, is the visionary and founder of AMRCON. In addition to creating and building complex IT systems for AMRCON clients and ensuring that all clients receive the highest quality of service, Dee spearheads all of AMRCON’s general management including strategic planning, business development, financial administration and account management.

AMRCON, which Dee founded in 2005, was born from Dee’s varied knowledge of the Information Technology industry and a particular expertise in network solutions for the financial services industry.  Before 2005, Dee served as the Vice President of a professional services company, where he managed awarded projects in the financial services industries. He was responsible for business development, vendor management, Network Operations, design and installation of projects.  Dee managed data center build-outs, networks, communications and infrastructure. In 2002, before managed services emerged, Dee created and implemented a revolutionary service similar to today’s model.

Dee also served as the Chief Technology Officer for a privately held and well established financial services company with offices all over New England. He was responsible for a complete infrastructure, application platform and network hardware upgrade and expansion of the company’s first branches.

Earlier in his career, Dee was an independent consultant who worked with American Power Conversion on infrastructure projects including hardware such as; Silcon, PowerStruXure/InfrastruXure. He simultaneously managed a hardware eCommerce website outranking APC themselves in most months of its operation.

Taras Rudko, Chief Information Office

Screen Shot 2013-09-23 at 8.51.16 AMTaras brings to AMRCON nearly twenty years of experience in network and system engineering and IT management in various environments, including highly regulated industries such as financial services, healthcare and gaming. As the Chief Information Officer, Taras manages day-to-day operations of AMRCON’s Network Operations Center, including overseeing AMRCON’s team of technicians, engineers, dispatchers and client service staff.

Prior to joining AMRCON, Taras worked as an independent IT consultant for Self Reliance NY Federal Credit Union, for which he implemented the major migration of core processing systems including 20 servers and 75 desktops across five locations.  As Chief Technology Officer for Vantage Enterprises, Taras developed the industry’s first regulatory compliance application to provide forensic auditing of IT environments to fulfill financial regulations.

As an ASP Network Manager for Open Solutions, Inc., Taras managed a staff of network engineers in an e-commerce banking service environment, and created a disaster recovery plan for the organization.  Taras, who was responsible for the electronic management of $2 billion in assets, worked closely with executive management, third-party vendors, and auditing organizations.  Just before that, Taras served as the ASP Senior Systems Engineer at Open Solutions.  In this role, Taras planned, designed and implemented an e-commerce ASP to support banking institutions.  During this time, Taras was also the Chairman of the Technology Board for the Ukrainian Self-Reliance New England Federal Credit Union, where he managed all technology decisions.