Why IT Maintenance Makes Sense for Small Business
IT Maintenance's industry certifications, diversified technical expertise, familiarity with business strategies and covering many industrial sectors can allow smaller businesses to avoid the pitfalls.
Working with IT Maintenance allows your business to:
Work with a Solution Provider, Not a Reseller
Small businesses require guidance and education to navigate through an increasingly complex maze of technology options available. They do not need a consultant who is trying to sell them a product. Consulting and product selling can lead to a situation where the proposed solution is built around a predetermined technology rather than the genuine need. IT Maintenance avoids conflicts of interest by not selling any specific products. This allows IT Maintenance to align technical expertise with the best interests of our clients.
Build a Solid Foundation for Seamless Growth
Small businesses often start with an IT system implemented on a shoestring budget. Lacking the proper foundation, a series of band-aid fixes often get piled on top. As the business grows, stability and scalability can hinder the success of an organisation. Such environments need proper assessment, intelligent strategic planning, and broad-based expertise to build an infrastructure that will provide the solid foundation to meet critical business needs and ease your future growth.
Access to Experience in Complex Solutions
Many smaller service providers and freelance consultants may excel at providing "connect-the-dots" solutions but lack the experience to deal 'cost-effectively' with complex infrastructure consisting of such features as multi-office connectivity, VPNs, mobile workforces, telecommuter support, integrated financial and operational applications and custom software. IT Maintenance's experience can be valuable to your business as growing environments are inherently complex; integration issues require in-depth knowledge in many disciplines and achieving a high level of stability, reliability and security requires proven best practices.