Who We Are

Certified, Experienced, Trusted

SanTrac Technologies is a certified HUBZone/DBE/SBE/MBE Managed Services (MSP), VoIP and a low voltage communications solutions provider. Since 2001, SanTrac Technologies has been providing outstanding IT services, VoIP solutions, and low voltage wiring, and technology support to SMBs as well as, commercial, industrial, government, and residential clients.

We serve Phoenix, Glendale, and Scottsdale in Arizona. SanTrac is a nationally known IT company, thanks to the leadership of owner and president Abdullah M. Sanders, as well as the talent of our highly certified team of engineers, technicians, and staff.

Our Mission

An IT organization that educates and fulfills its promises by delivering empowering services, enabling companies to optimize their IT needs to accelerate their success.

Our Vision

SanTrac Technologies vision is to become a national Information Technology, VoIP and Low Voltage communications solutions provider that provides our services in high volumes to the markets of SMB, Large corporations and federal government organizations.

SanTrac’s Community Outreach

Our community and neighbors have helped make SanTrac into what it is today, so we give back by contributing to and participating in these great local causes.


Phoenix Indian Center youth development focuses on helping teens learn the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to live a successful life. Utilizing culture as the core of their identity and strength, we focus our trainings on cultural identity; personal development; prevention services; college readiness and career readiness. Our staff is both mentors and coaches to the youth and are committed their success.

This year-round, open enrollment program is designed for students in high school to help prepare them for success in post-secondary education, the workforce, and their personal lives. The program is centered around college, career, culture, and prevention. Components include college and career exploration, visits to local employers, college tours, guest speakers, and leadership training. An exciting two-week summer camp is offered in July.

SanTrac participates in the Phoenix Indian Center youth to work summer and winter employment program. With this program we help bring valuable insight into future career opportunities for the youth along with helping them create a professional network.


Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. (Reach and Invest in Summer Employment) actively recruits local businesses, non-profits, philanthropic and government agencies to create internship opportunities for Phoenix youth in the summer. Business leaders can provide opportunities for youth ages 16 to 24 to get "real-world" work experience while learning aspects of business and providing pathways to future employment. Businesses will benefit from untapped talent at no cost to their budget. The program offers pathways to future employment for the interns and businesses.

SanTrac participates in the Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. summer employment program. With this program we help bring valuable insight into future career opportunities for the youth along with helping them create a professional network.


Arizona students recycling used technology, otherwise known as AZ strut, started in 1997 by Intel and Motorola. They started partnering with schools and having some of their computer repair programs assist in the refurbishing efforts. AZ Strut officially became a 501c3 with the state of Arizona and started providing A+ certification training to the teachers and these programs. In 2000 we became official with the IRS and we also started our computer recycle day on Earth Day and have done one every year since. As of 2017, they have donated over 56,000 computers to schools and nonprofits. They also supported stem programs with computer hardware, and we continue to recycle all of the e-waste responsibly.

SanTrac Technologies has donated old desktops, servers, cell phones, office phones, and computer hardware. The equipment is used to assist in learning programs or is properly recycled.


Arizona Center for Youth Resources is the center for workforce development’s and their primary focus is to help create a highly qualified and well-educated emerging workforce. ACYR provides workforce development services to youth who are economically disadvantaged and demonstrate one or more significant barriers to employment and/or higher education, with a special component that provides services to youth involved in the juvenile justice system.

SanTrac participates in the Workforce Development Program for ACYR and together we can provide hands on training internships for at risk youths between the ages of 16-24. We do so by developing a positive “can do” attitude around arriving on time, being dependable, dressing appropriately, and reporting for work.


Camp Colley effectively engages young boys and girls between the ages of 9-17 in an immersive 4-day outdoor residential camp. The program provides nature-based outdoor field lessons, leadership and recreational adventure to build self-confidence, resilience, and healthy relationships. All of which provide necessary social supports for youth to transition more successfully into adulthood.

SanTrac installed a wireless network at Camp Colley. This enabled the City of Phoenix and Tonto National Forest staff efficient communication while administrating camp activities. This project was in partnership with Rosendin Electric. Rosendin Electric provides and maintains solar power equipment at the camp.


The American Cancer Society started Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks to unite communities in the fight against this deadly disease. Today, Making Strides is the largest network of breast cancer events in the nation - and they do more than just walk. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer raises money to help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking breast cancer research and provide patient services like free rides to chemo, free places to stay near treatment, and a live 24/7 cancer helpline.

SanTrac partners with Rosendin Electric to participate in the 5k fundraising Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.