Stanley Louissaint is the Principal and Founder of Fluid Designs, a full service IT services and support services firm that focuses on the computer, networking and application needs of businesses. His passion for technology lead him to form the firm in 2001. Under his leadership Fluid Designs has grown from serving a handful of small businesses into a premier IT services company in the Northern & Central New Jersey region.
Since the beginning, Stanley has been able to solve issues that other providers simply could not. His proven track record gives our clients the confidence needed to trust in our abilities.
Stanley also has a passion for writing about technology related issues. He is a contributing writer to a number of printed and digital technology magazines. Most recently, Stanley was the featured cover story in ChannelPro Magazine where he was recognized as a leader in the legal vertical.
Stanley earned his B.A. in Computer Science from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Since the technology industry rapidly changes he is constantly re-educating himself on the latest innovations and techniques.
Fluid Designs offers consulting, networking, security, as well as hardware and software support. To handle all of your needs we provide a full line of services including: Installation/Repair of Servers/Desktops/Networking Equipment, Onsite Technical Support, Consulting, Hardware/Software Sales and Training.
Over the years we have worked with many different types of clients. Some of the industries we serve are: Architects, Associations/Not-for-Profit, Attorneys, Construction, Education, Financial Services, Healthcare, Insurance, Professional Services, Restaurants and Retail.
In addition to the conventional reactive approach, the most complete service that Fluid Designs can offer your company is our Network Support Plans. Our Network Support Plans are proactive and preventive with a comprehensive maintenance program. The proactive approach is a crucial component to the continued efficiency and security of your network.