Our Customers Choose Us Because of The SynchroNet Way
Businesses exist to provide certain services or products to their customers. The clients of any specific business are going to have some similar needs, so logically business models are organized around meeting those common needs in an almost assembly-line fashion. For the most part this approach works fairly well, but it can sometimes leave customers feeling ill-served by a one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter approach. We’ve taken a different path—one that focuses on enhancing the great qualities that make our clients special. And we do all of this though The SynchroNet Way.
See, as an IT managed services provider, we explain that we “help small and midsized businesses save money and improve overall effectiveness through outsourced IT management, maintenance, support and best-practice processes.” But what that really means is that we help our customers do the things they do better. The fact is, we couldn’t enable business improvement as we do unless we took the time to understand our clients’ businesses, where their challenges lie and what their goals are. Then we go about developing a unique plan for IT optimization and utilization that will work best for each individual SynchroNet customer. This is the SynchroNet Way—it’s the right way to manage your business’ IT services.
It’s no exaggeration to say that technology (IT) is indispensable to business. You cannot perform (let alone compete) without it. But technology is not free. Just like utilities, raw materials or labor, technology has costs—some direct (at the point of purchase) and some indirect (maintenance and upgrades). Then there are the hidden costs of IT—the costs incurred when the tools don’t quite live up to expectations, aren’t implemented correctly, or aren’t used to the fullest. In this white paper, we explore the reasons why your technology may not be the valuable investment you intended and share three specific strategies you can use to eliminate the hidden costs of IT and generate a net profit or net productivity explosion!