Bio – Tony Beecher

Tony Beecher - Beecher Consulting

Tony Beecher has 12 years experience in the home furnishings and consumer electronics industries, and over 25 years in the retail software development industry and technology. Tony has worked closely with the leaders in these markets to develop a clear understanding of these industries.

From March 1999 to present, Tony has been running the Beecher Web Labs consulting group. This company specializes in helping small businesses with their technology needs. This group also performs computer consulting specializing in networking, security, and search engine optimization.

From 1986 to 1999, Tony worked at GERS Retail Systems. GERS, located in San Diego, is an award-winning company specializing in computer systems for the retail industry. These systems included department stores, men’s and women’s apparel, specialty hardlines, home furnishings, consumer electronics and wireless retailers. Tony served in various positions including; Marketing Support, Training Specialist, Quality Control Manager, and Product Manager. Tony was instrumental in the design, development, quality control, and implementation of three generations of GERS software products.

From 1984 to 1986, Tony worked for a large home furnishings business with stores throughout California. Tony held positions including; Customer Relations Manager, Store Manager, and Store Operations Manager. Tony was responsible for the daily operations of 14 stores in the San Francisco bay area.

From 1982 to 1984, Tony was a partner in a warehousing, wholesale distribution, and advertising firm specializing in the retail home furnishings industry.

From 1975 to 1982, Tony worked in a family-owned home furnishings business. Tony held positions including; Warehouseperson, Warehouse Manager, Operations Manager, Buyer, Store Manager, and General Manager.

Tony makes his home in San Diego with his wife, Mary. Both have been involved with many fund-raising committees, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Big Sisters League. Both have also been founding members of two southern California car enthusiast clubs.