Software developer and engineering professional Alma Tuck possesses more than 10 years in the industry. As a college student, Mr. Tuck concentrated his studies in business, Attending Utah Valley State College (now Utah Valley University) before transferring to Dixie State College of Utah in 1997.
Alma Tuck is the founder of CaptureQuest, a marketing firm that created rich-media advertising on the Internet. From 1999 to 2001, he handled company product development and was the leading inventor of the patented process. Using his technical skills in engineering and development, Mr. Tuck designed and wrote the code for the product and assisted in completing the application for a patent, which he received in July 2002. Following the success of CaptureQuest, Alma Tuck established Creative Internet Concepts, an e-commerce and Web hosting business, in 2001. For another two years, Mr. Tuck managed all operations of the company and contributed to the design and development of the e-commerce hosting platform.
From 2004 to 2007, Alma Tuck offered his skills to companies in a variety of industries as a consultant in online marketing and website and software development. In 2007, he founded City Site Builders, a Web design brokerage firm. As co-owner, Mr. Tuck oversaw all operations and led several team projects. The company focused on obtaining websites appraised for $20,000 to $250,000 and selling the businesses’ site and online presence to other design firms that lacked marketing abilities.