About the Owner

IntegriTivity is owned by Robin Barton of Foristell, Missouri. The company was launched in 2008 in an effort to provide creative computer solutions to small businesses with diverse, yet intermittent projects. Robin's business training, experience, and talent create a harmonious blend which lead to one thing: QUALITY.

Below are just a few statements regarding her work ethic.


"Working with Robin on a computer based project is such an advantage because she doesn't work like the archetypal "IT professional'" but like an end user. When asked for another view or report or modification, the answer isn't "why" or "can't you adjust the way you do things", but she asks questions which help her understand what your needs are. Analysis is her strength, seeing the work through the users' eyes, so that the project becomes more than you might have originally perceived it to be as Robin builds on your initial vision."
- Gavin S. Harner, former Chairman, West Hills Community Church


"If there’s anything Robin can’t do, I haven’t discovered it. Not only is she incredibly talented and skilled, she does her projects with expedience.
She has solved numerous computer glitches for me and done computer/web tasks on my behalf that I will just never attempt.”
  - Cindy Fischer




Prior to 2008, Robin served as the Church Administrator for West Hills Community Church. As the first person to ever serve in this position, she reformed many of the business processes of the church. In addition, she supervised the development and maintenance of the church website, implemented full use of a church management database, programmed custom databases and add-ons to third party software, provided statistical analysis of financial and attendance data, managed Accounts Payable and assorted accounting functions, supported the church computers, assembled the church budget, developed a crisis management plan, created presentations and desktop publishing products and overhauled the church newsletter. Furthermore, she undertook a number of human resource functions such as the creation of an employee handbook, development and administration of a cafeteria benefits plan, and the improvement of hiring/termination procedures. (1999-2008)


As a consultant for Intellimark IT Solutions, Robin developed complex MS Access databases for two locations of Solutia (then a division of Monsanto) to manage their overtime allocations according to union agreements.  She also worked as a contractor to Anheuser-Busch, Inc. for over five years doing computer training and programming related to engineering and purchasing functions and SAP data migration, as well as writing their Standard Operating Procedure template and leading a team to recommend an enterprise-wide document management system. (1994-1999)


Following college graduation, Robin developed, maintained and analyzed financial performance reports Wohl Shoe (a division of Brown Group) and revolutionized the tracking system for potential wholesale product purchases. (1992-1994)




Robin graduated Magna Cum Laude from San Diego State University's highly ranked College of Business Administration in 1992, where she majored in Business Management and minored in Psychology.