Mounir Ibrahim

Consultant, Computomata International Corp., and president, CEO and Co-founder of EZ2 Network, Inc., a nationwide Internet Service provider, serving thousands of customers nationwide with Dial-up, DSL, T-1’s, Web hosting, surveillance systems, and Shopping cart systems. EZ2 Network, Inc., was established in 1996. He obtained a Bachelor Degree in Economics from California State University, Los Angeles, in 1980. He is proficient in Personal Computers using Microsoft windows XP, 2000, ME, 98, and 95; has excellent knowledge in configuring Email programs such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Netscape, Mozilla, and Entourage; and is also proficient in all aspects of Internet connectivity, LANs, and personal computer Security. He has successfully installed or configured thousands of LAN systems. He has an intimate knowledge of most personal routers and probably successfully installed thousands of routers as well. He is involved in all aspects of technical support for EZ2 and continuously conducts training for its technical support team in India.

Currently, EZ2 Network, Inc., provides internet and consulting services for the City of Moorpark, for Real Estate offices such as Century 21 offices in several Southern California locations, for charitable organizations such as the Southern California Chapter of the ALS Association, for restaurants such as Coco’s, music stores such as Music Time, and video stores such as Blockbuster Video. He consulted with the City of Moorpark Sheriff’s Department to examine several computers confiscated by the Sheriff’s office for Credit Card fraud. These individuals were prosecuted and brought to justice based on the evidence found on their systems.

In 1982 he started his professional programming career programming in dbase II and still continues to program in FoxPro and visual FoxPro for small to medium size businesses for distribution and manufacturing companies. During the 1990’s, he specialized in developing a timed entry system for manufacturing companies in order to control their manufacturing cost. This system used barcode work orders to follow the manufacturing process, track work orders as they make their way through the production line, then calculate the exact cost of all parts and labor. One of these systems is still being used to date by companies such as Transland, Inc., in Harbor City, CA.