WHY INVEST IN A COMPUTER NETWORKING CONSULTING FIRM?
While the challenges for a small business owner across industries and organizations may differ, the response to those challenges always depends on people. People get the job done. Connecting people to information, systems, and devices empowers them to do their jobs faster, smarter, and more effectively.
Any organization that uses computers and owns a computer networking system will fully understand what it feels like to have the system malfunction and for machines to be inoperable for periods of time. Ironically, it usually occurs when you are working on a very important project.
How many times have you heard those dreaded words, "I am sorry, the system is down"? Sometimes the problem can be solved quickly and easily and sometimes the cause of the problem and/or its corresponding solution can be illusive and require the help of an expert computer networking consulting firm.
Generally every small business owner has on retainer a legal advisor and a financial advisor, be it a tax accountant or general accountant. How many small business owners have an I.T. advisor? They all need a person or partner to help direct and guide them on their most important people asset, their computer network infrastructure.
Businesses today are realizing that there has never been a greater need for IT to become—and be seen as—a true corporate asset that delivers ongoing business value. Successful IT systems evolve with the business. Successful IT departments move beyond purely reactive operations to become strategic drivers of business results.
The U.S. economy is by no means dominated by giant corporations. Fully 99 percent of all independent enterprises in the country employ fewer than 500 people. These small enterprises account for 52 percent of all U.S. workers, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Some 19.6 million Americans work for companies employing fewer than 20 workers, 18.4 million work for firms employing between 20 and 99 workers, and 14.6 million work for firms with 100 to 499 workers. By contrast, 47.7 million Americans work for firms with 500 or more employees. Small businesses are a continuing source of dynamism for the American economy. They produced three-fourths of the economy's new jobs between 1990 and 1995, an even larger contribution to employment growth than they made in the 1980s.
How many small business owners have a networking consulting firm partner? The opportunities and available market are countless.
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