Business owners irrespective of size have one thing in common. They seek to maximize profit. Savvy small business owners know that sometimes you have to spend a little money in order to save a greater amount, thus resulting in increased profits. Contracting professional IT services is a great way to increase the bottom line for 3 reasons.
1. Productivity - Remember the last time you were at home trying to get something to print? It’s aggravating when technology fails us at home, but when there are technological glitches in the workplace, productivity is diminished. Professional IT techs can trouble shoot either remotely or on site and fix the problem in a fraction of the time that it would take the business owner or employee.
2. Prevention - Anti-virus programs are excellent tools for small business users, however, there are some viruses that sneak past firewalls and disrupt or disable a computer or entire network. Professional IT technicians can ensure that all of the computers in the network are equipped with the latest anti-virus programs to prevent the network from going haywire. In the rare event that a virus makes its way onto a computer or network, technicians can remove the virus and restore normalcy to all computers involved.
3. Training - Believe it or not, some professional IT services of high quality offer training to their clients in an effort to teach small business owners and or employees ways to troubleshoot some common problems. While this might result in fewer calls for service, companies that provide training know that their clients will call upon them for moderate to serious issues when they arise.
Small business owners shouldn’t be fooled into thinking that professional IT services are too expensive or are perhaps of a bit of an over kill for a very small business. If you are a small business owner in Metro Detroit, the choice is clear when selecting a company to provide IT services. CompuMarc has built their business one small business at a time. Contact them today to learn more about the ways they can help increase productivity, prevent computer failure, and train you or your staff.