Rick Marine founded Century Computers, Inc. in December of 1982.
In 2003, he was recognized by PacificNews.Net as one of the state’s top 50 technology leaders, while Century was listed in Pacific Business News as the third largest technology consulting firm in Hawaii.
Prior to starting his own business, Rick Marine served in the Navy as a Cryptographer.
Marine is also president of the Board of Directors of Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii – a non-profit agency that helps more than 12,000 young people between the ages of 7 and 17 realize their potential.
Today, Century's CEO and president is firmly committed to the local community, dividing his off hours between family and a host of civic activities. When time allows, he enjoys cycling, running and gardening. Rick Marine lives here with his wife and two boys.
Rob Hardisty, Senior Vice President
Rob Hardisty has been in the forefront of leading technology-based solutions in Hawaii for over 20 years. Rob heads the e-business applications division, which includes accounting and document management practice areas. He joined Century Computers in March of 2000 after Century acquired his two practice areas from Strategic Information Solutions.
Rob moved to Hawaii in the late 60s when his father retired from the Air Force. He graduated from BYU-HC and started his career in Honolulu as an accountant. By the mid 80s he was managing Novva Computers, a local software development firm specializing in accounting applications for law firms, medical practices, and construction companies.
In 1987 Rob founded General Systems, which began scanning and digitizing paper-based documents for local banks, government, and other commercial organizations. He has overseen the implementation of scores of document imaging, workflow, and process automation systems throughout Hawaii and the Pacific Rim.
When he isn't working, Rob spends time with his wife and four children. He enjoys surfing, kayaking, and golf. He is also active in church and local scouting activities.