About Us

Desert Cows

Our Mission Is To Be The Best Source Of Technology Support In The Cow-Chella Valley

We treat you the way we’d want to be treated if we were not computer nerds. Our goal as a technology company in the Cow-Chella Valley is to build trust and relationships with visitors, residents and local businesses. We are not about making money on your misfortune: If we don’t think your PC is worth fixing, we’ll say so.

We want to build a long lasting relationship with you and we want you to trust us so that the next time you have a problem, you call us and not the other guy. We want you to remember us so that when your friend, neighbor or business associate runs into a computer problem, you refer them to us.

We’ve worked hard to become number one in the valley by being responsive (we answer our phones!), standing by our work, and having compassion for you when your technology breaks down. We strive to get you back up and running as quickly as possible.

Dominique Fruchtman


Dominique holds several important leadership positions within the Desert. She is in her second term as President of the American Business Women's Association, Vice President and Events Chair of the Desert Business Association, Board Member of the Desert Networking Professionals, Co-Leader of Chicks That Click (a networking group for women), and VP of Membership for her Toastmasters group where she holds the highest award bestowed by Toastmasters International, Distinguished Toastmaster. In her spare time, Dominique enjoys listening to audiobooks, walking her dogs, spending time in her Jacuzzi and learning to cook by watching The Food Network.

Mark Fruchtman


Mark has spent much of his 25 year career on Wall Street managing Information Technology (IT) for multi-billion dollar companies. He is an authority on IT best practices, security, project management, and process improvement. He holds a BA from Temple University majoring in Computer and Informational Science and is a PMI certified Project Management Professional. He has a strong background in technology planning, development, and deployment. Mark joined the Palm Desert Rotary Club in 2011 and is a member of the Professional Business Alliance.