Celebrating ten years in 2018

Founded in 2008 as TotalCare Technologies, the technology firm now known as Tamburrino started from humble beginnings in the Midtown home of its founder, Patrick Tamburrino. TotalCare found its niche in nonprofits by providing charitable-specific software systems and services, allowing the leaders of those organizations to retain their primary focus on raising awareness and funds. Today, tamburrino still serves many nonprofits in its client roster, in addition to a variety of other businesses and organizations across industry sectors with specific needs. Patrick’s goal was and continues to be simple: to help clients get the most out of their new or existing systems at a cost that is in-line with their budget.

Prior to launching his full-time career in technology consulting, Patrick gained experience in Information Technology engineering, project management and I.T. management at four notable Memphis-based companies, including Helena Chemical Company, Accredo Health, Campbell Clinic for Orthopedics, and Baker Donelson. He’s been responsible for the management of nationwide network and telecommunications operations, disaster recovery operations, and has managed I.T. budgets for companies whose annual revenues exceed $4 billion.

As Tamburrino grew, it moved to a few incarnations of Midtown office space and ultimately into its current headquarters in One Commerce Square in Downtown Memphis in 2015.

Patrick serves on the board of the Greater Memphis I.T. Council and has spoken on several occasions to the group on Google Apps and cloud security. He’s a member of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society and was a 2011 recipient of the Memphis Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 Award. Tamburrino is a regular sponsor of the Indie Memphis Film Festival, and is a long-time supporter of Playhouse on the Square and the Memphis Grizzlies.

"Tamburrino has helped our small business find tools that are scalable for our size of business without having to invest heavily in technological infrastructure. "

Cherie Turman, CFO, Mahaffey Fabric Structures