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Why Choose Wright Technology Group?

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Wright Technology Group was started in 2004 by Howard Wright as a business striving to provide exceptional customer service. After working for 15 years prior in IT, and years before that in service positions, Howard understood there was a need for consistent, reliable IT support and management for local businesses.

Today, Wright Technology Group is just as passionate about technology as we are about customer service. We pride ourselves on not just being a leader in technology, but also developing an environment of trust and accessibility not just our clients, but our employees, who ultimately make our business what it is today.

Committed to helping you optimize, maintain and protect all aspects of your business.

Wright Technology Group prides itself on outstanding customer service. Our team is committed to providing our clients the support and service they need to feel confident in their IT and security.

Our tailored packages and around the clock support mean you will never be left without support in an emergency or with an unexpected bill. 

In an emergency, you will never be left with a ticket number or a callback window. 

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Our Services

Helping businesses across Eastern Massachusetts tackle all of their IT needs.


Be prepared for a cyber attack long before it happens.

Managed IT Services

Here for whatever level of service you need to manage your business's IT.

Data Backup & Recovery

Never lose time, money or productivity to data loss again.

Cloud Services

Protect your greatest assets from outside threats on a budget.

Rooted in Innovation

Even the building we call home at Wright Technology Group has a history of innovation.

Brockton Edison Electric Illuminating Company Power Station or "Brockton Edison Company - Old Power Station" is a historic power plant at 70 School Street in Brockton, Massachusetts. It was one of the earliest power plants built by Thomas Edison, a fellow innovator.

The plant opened on October 1, 1883. It contained three "H" dynamos capable of powering about 1600 lamps.

The Brockton plant was soon followed by others in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Fall River and Newburgh, New York.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Today, WTG shares the space with the Old Colony Planning Council, where the building's historical importance continues to be preserved and appreciated.

Looking for an IT career?

We are always looking for skilled and motivated professionals who are looking to join a team of IT support that is committed to providing exceptional customer service.


We offer ongoing training and unrivaled respect to everyone on the WTG team.


Reach out with questions or send your resume over to Alexandra at today!

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