Meet the Team: Matthew Fugate

Matthew (Matt) Fugate joined Digital Technology Partners (DTP) on May 17, 2021, as a Systems Administrator helping dental practices resolve technical issues.

When we asked Matt what he likes best about DTP, he stated, “The clients/users are great in this field. I really like the whole package. Great highly skilled and highly motivated people that have the same passion I do about doing a good job and taking care of the customers. I found a home of like-minded people, no doubt about it!”

Matt answered a few questions to help us get to know him better:

Do you speak any other languages?

What’s something you could give a 30-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
Audio Engineering, Technology, Music, Guitars, Amps, Anything music related

If you had to summarize your life philosophy into one sentence, what would it be?
That’s an easy one: Never give up, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, never let anyone tell you what you can and cannot accomplish.

Where’s the coolest place you’ve ever been?
The Guitar Museum  (now closed) in Chattanooga TN. The curator figured out I had knowledge about many things in the collection and took me to the vault and I got to play guitars that value over $1 million-plus each!

    • The first Gibson Flying-V, Thunderbird
    • 1942 Telecaster (the earliest one in existence)

Can you play any instruments?
Yes. The Guitar, Bass & Drums

What book(s) would you recommend everyone read?
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

What’s your dream vehicle?
Lamborghini El Diablo, 2021 Corvette, 1972 Corvette

Where are you originally from?
Chicago, IL

What’s something people would be surprised to learn about you?
I am autodidactic. I am entirely self-taught in every area: Technology, Electrical Engineering, & Audio Engineering.

What are your favorite hobbies?
Playing music, listening to music, designing audio circuits, recording/mixing music. Learning anything new! I love to learn.

Matthew Fugate, Systems Administrator, helping dental practices resolve technical issues