Located downtown in the heart of Atlanta’s telecommunications and Internet community, the HOMECOM worldwide headquarters includes a private network and secure data centers with over 80Gbps of bandwidth available consisting of multiple GigE and 10Gbps connections to U.S. and International backbones to ensure uptime. Additional bandwidth and power are also available upon request.
The Company was organized in 1994 to provide complex web-based software
applications and integration services to businesses seeking to take advantage of
the Internet. Over time, we evolved into a Web design, financial applications
and solutions provider to the financial services market, including banking,
insurance, securities brokerage firms and other financially oriented web
portals and enterprise hosting services.
HOMECOM went public in 1997 on NASDAQ. HOMECOM was responsible for the first web sites of some of the most important companies in the United States.
Some highlights of HOMECOM there were being named #219 on the in 2000 with 1899% compounded five year growth.
In addition to launching many of the nations' largest web presences, HOMECOM did the first Internet video broadcast of the Codie Awards sponsored by Intel. In 1996 under contract to Modem Media, HOMECOM pioneered for AT&T the first ever Internet broadcast of the Olympic games in Atlanta.
October 1997 WebWeek named HOMECOM as one of the top Web Design Companies
HOMECOM was named by Internet Computing, a Ziff Davis Softbank Company as one of the Twenty Best Internet Consulting Firms 1998.