Our Story

2016 OMNION Inc. - Mighty Oaks launches OMNION Inc. as a spin-off company focused on the deployment of SmartLocker technology, 

2015 Managed Services – Our IT team transitions to a managed services approach driven by a network-operations management solution.

2014 Next Generation Software Platform  - Reflecting a new generation of software users, one looking for technology to be ubiquitous and providing enhanced user experiences, we revisit our underlying platform used to create our custom E-commerce, ERP and logistics management solutions. We become a RedHat Enterprise partner.

2014 Mighty Oaks joins Millenium Micro  - Mighty Oaks becomes a member of Millenium Micro - a network of over 250 independently owned Canadian systems integrators and value-added resellers.  Through the enhanced buying power and strong vendor relationships this allows us to enhance the value proposition of the solutions we offer to our customers.  We refocus on building deep relationships with leading suppliers including Sophos, Lenovo, HP, and Eaton.

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2013 Mighty Oaks and Meewasin Analytics Inc. come together – Mighty Oaks and Meewasin Analytics come together, bringing the depths Mighty Oaks has in security, IT operations and business solutions, alongside the depths that Meewasin Analytics brings in high-performance computing, project management, Web 2.0, and scientific systems.

2011 Infinite Loop joins forces with Mighty Oaks. The team from Infinite Loop join Mighty Oaks expanding our coverage of the Victoria SME market. 

2010 IT Mighty Oaks continues to focus and grow its IT-Support business.  With a strong focus on the small-business market, security, and value, the company's IT-services team expands into helping meet the needs of housing authorities and community-focused organizations.

2008 Relocation To New Offices - Shortly before midnight on Saturday, April 26, 2008, fire engulfed the office building where Mighty Oaks was located on Oak Street, resulting in the quick move over to Burnside Road.  (Mighty Oaks Disaster Recovery Whitepaper, Continuity Planning Presentation).

2007 Business Intelligence Mighty Oaks begins partnering with Business Objects to incorporate reporting and business-analytics technology to help its customers to track, understand, and manage enterprise performance.

2006 Security – Securing our customers networks and data becomes a key focus.  Mighty Oaks enters a partnership with avast! to distribute its business line of security software products and provide associated consulting services in Canada and the Caribbean.

2005 CRM – Mighty Oaks focuses on helping its customers adopt technology to manage customer relationships based on off-the-shelf CRM technology that can be integrated into accounts and ERP technology to deliver a seamless experience.  We helped a variety of small businesses adopt Maximiser-based CRM solutions.

2004 Hardware – Mighty Oaks begins partnering with Dell and a local manufacturer of data-storage technology to deliver business-grade hardware solutions to its customers.

2003 ERP  - Mighty Oaks deploys its first custom ERP systems. Our first two custom ERP customers include PRT, a publicly-traded nursery business on the West Coast, and the Canadian Red Cross HELP Program, which manages the loan of medical devices in the home-carreal time agent screene setting.  A second ERP system with online ordering was developed for a speciality-food wholesaler and a warranty-service system for a local manufacturer.

2002 E-commerce and Online Groceries –Thrifty Foods and Mighty Oaks worked together to develop one of the first sites of its kind on Vancouver Island, providing customers with online grocery shopping.  To complement the consumer-facing aspects of the system, Mighty Oaks develops a fully integrated content-management platform and back-end delivery logistics management solution.  Expanding our expertise in E-commerce we offer similar solutions to battery retailers and the tourism sector.

2002  Mobile - Mighty Oaks Develops Real-time agent, a mobile platform used to connect mobile devices using Cellular Digital Packet Data ("CDPD") to connect with large databases.  Early uses of our Real Time Agent included the Winnipeg Real Estate Board, National Leasing, Hand-Held Canada and Compusmart Canada.  In British Columbia a similar land titles applicaiton was deployed with Landcor.