About Us

About Us

Beginning in 1948 when Geist supplied its first power hardware and continuing still today, our mission is to ensure each customer benefits from solutions that are designed to fit their specific needs. The Geist culture has revolved around the customer for more than 60 years, and it’s evident in the way we do business today.

Every day, we come to work to accomplish one goal: to offer our customers industry-leading products and technology for the four cornerstones of data center management: Power. Cool. Monitor. DCIM. Every employee is dedicated to working with our customers to identify the root of every challenge, deliver the best solutions and provide support for as long as they use Geist equipment. The same customer focus from our history has motivated Geist to become a world leader in designing and manufacturing sophisticated data center management solutions.

Our Mission

To design and manufacture industry leading technology and software for the four cornerstones of data center management: Power. Cool. Monitor. DCIM. We produce affordable, quality products while providing our clients with superior service. Whether it is enhancing customer care services or implementing new technologies, Geist promotes innovation, quality, and satisfaction in all aspects of business.

Our Vision

Geist will become the premier provider of products and services to our customers—regardless of industry, product or service. Geist will set the standard by which all others are compared.

This is My Downtime

Take an adventure with Geist employees as they share their passions that inspire others to enjoy their downtime. Click on the links below to see their stories.

  • All my life, I’ve been drawn to the water.  In fact, I’ve always known how to swim. When I was two years old, I decided to join my older brothers who were swimming in the deep end of the pool. I took off running and, with my mother in hot pursuit, I jumped fearlessly into eight feet of water—I’ve been water-bound ever since.

  • Brook Mooney started pedaling when he was five years old. Immediately drawn to the freedom and independence that biking gave him, he caught the bug for biking early and has held on to it for over 35 years. While his interest in biking started at an early age, it wasn’t until he was about 17 years old that the hobby started to grow into a true passion.

  • As I begin driving, I run through my list one more time. Did I return that call? Check. Did I schedule that follow up meeting? Check. Did I document the revised product development gate process? Check. Did I update the budget for next month? No, but I wrote it down for Monday so it won’t get missed. I turn up the radio and watch as the buildings fade and the road opens up to green rolling hills intermingled with creeks and trees. As I pass through a number of sleepy, small towns my list quiets and I focus on the music.