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TEOG was incorporated in 1988, with the idea that its primary business would be light manufacturing.  However, this was just shortly after the IBM PC was released to the marketplace.  Almost immediately, TEOG began assisting clients with their computing needs.

When Windows for Workgroups 3.11 was released in 1992, the idea of the office network finally came of age, and TEOG became involved in network support.

In 1998, TEOG coordinated the code-development team that produced a software package that was used in the process of diagnosing breast cancer.  This software, called MammoBase, was sold to hospitals and clinics in the United States that performed mammography, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI.

In 2008, MammoBase was sold to a competitor, and the programming team was disbanded.  Bob Goethe, TEOG's principal owner, went to work for a small Edmonton firm that provided computer and network support to a variety of local companies.

At the beginning of 2011, Bob decided to reactivate TEOG and seek out client firms that needed I.T. assistance.