When we start working with a new company it’s usually because the business owner or executive contacts us. However, it’s not always the case that they came up with the idea on their own. In fact, the original introduction could come from a lower-level employee, a vendor, or even a friend.

With that in mind, we want to ask you: is it time you became the office snitch?

We are (mostly) kidding, of course. We don’t want you contacting us with your company’s biggest secrets. Something you might consider doing, though, would be passing our information along to an executive or entrepreneur who needs it. By doing so you could be helping us, them, and yourself in the process.

A Few Reasons to Introduce Us to Your Company

There are a handful of reasons someone might introduce us to a friend, colleague, or supervisor, even if they don’t have the authority to hire us themselves.

One reason has to do with simple concern. If you think your company or organization isn’t as protected as it could be, then we can step in and help with things like data security or backup and disaster recovery. This is like having a form of insurance that every business needs these days.

On the other end of the spectrum, an employer or vendor could contact us out of their own self-interest. For example, maybe they are tired of dealing with network connections that continually fail, or software errors that pop up again and again. Perhaps they want their devices to work correctly. Or maybe they are simply wishing they had the tools to effectively do their own jobs.

And finally, it’s worth noting that someone might pass our details along within an organization, or even to a colleague or vendor, simply because they think the entrepreneur or CEO in charge will appreciate it. It’s never a bad idea to make a helpful suggestion. People tend to remember that sort of thing and be thankful for it. In other words, it’s a form of networking that can pay big dividends later.

Whatever the reason, know that most business leaders want better advice and service when it comes to dealing with technology but don’t know how to get it. That’s where our team of experts can step in.

Good IT Is About Solving Problems and Reaching Goals

It’s understandable that business types associate IT with installing hardware or fixing things like network errors. That’s undoubtedly part of the job we do for our clients. In a bigger sense, however, our focus is on helping them meet their biggest challenges with hardware and software. We want them to reach their goals, and to ensure that they don’t have any obstacles that get in the way.

If you, or someone within your organization, might need that kind of help then we want to hear from you. Contact us today so we can schedule a consultation or make the first introduction. You’ll be glad you did!