Partnering with Technology Management Services like ours can help any organization operate like a Fortune 500 company. We work hard to help our customers reach their business goals.
- Improve Operational Efficiency
- Increase Revenue through Improved Employee Productivity
- Reduce IT Costs
- Secure your Data and Intellectual Property
Waste costs you and your customers money. If your customers have to pay more because of your business’s wasted time, resources, or inventory, they might go elsewhere. Being competitive also requires a lot of flexibility. You must be able to meet the changing demands of your customers quickly and effectively and adapt to a rapidly changing business environment. Our team can pinpoint redundancies and time-drags in your organization, how your current technology and ‘IT guy’ is failing you, and present solutions that can drastically improve your productivity, speed, and agility.
Smaller businesses often need to outsource their IT work as they lack the necessary IT staff and financial resources to manage their infrastructure. However, this doesn’t have to put businesses at a disadvantage.
Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) fight an uphill battle in managing their network security.
We believe in taking a proactive approach to avoid problems before they happen. To accomplish this, our expert IT management team completes its work with excellent customer service and full transparency. Our IT management team has an unmatched approach for analyzing, implementing, and servicing our customer’s information technology. When issues arise, we promptly fix all your computer and telephone problems. If properly maintained, your computers should not shutdown or run slowly.
Our IT management professionals will make your company more competitive and more profitable.
A 2016 Ponemon study shows that 69 percent of SMBs don’t have the adequate budget or in-house expertise to achieve a strong cyber security position. More than half of the study’s SMB respondents experienced a data breach or cyber attack in the past year with an average cost of $879,582.
SMBs are deliberately attacked because they are thought of as weaker targets. Changes in the dark web have made it more lucrative for cyber criminals to sell smaller batches of credit cards or personal information.