Tripp Micou

Tripp Micou founded Practical Computer Applications (PCA) in 1992 with the vision to develop a consultancy that solves real business needs — the way they should be done, and will be done in the future over the Internet.  Prior to PCA, Mr. Micou was a partner at Cardwell-Micou, a database consulting firm. Previously, Tripp managed PC software builds for Digital Equipment Corporation, and was a Graduate Fellow at the Hughes Aircraft Company from 1984 through 1987.

Mr. Micou holds a BS from The University of Michigan with Honors and a Masters of Science in Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

PCA is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with an impressive list of satisfied Clients represent a broad range of data- and process-intensive industries.

Since 1992, Practical Computer Applications (PCA) has built cost-effective, high-quality, custom databases that run core business operations for leading enterprises, from Fortune 500 global corporations to privately-held start-ups.