Does Your IT Service Company Provide You With Technology Leadership?
You’re not an IT expert.
But you need someone who is.
You need someone knowledgeable, someone reliable, someone who knows how to not just respond to your needs, but predict your needs and take care of them before you have any problems.
VBS provides the proactive support you need to prevent rather than recover from problems. That includes replacing or upgrading outdated hardware before it fails, and finding (and fixing) vulnerabilities before they’re exploited by cybercriminals.
Securing your network, maintaining and optimizing your equipment, helping you prevent/recover from disaster… sure, those are all important responsibilities, and we’ll certainly take care of all that for you.
But those services don’t help you grow; they just help you tread water. We want to do more than just that.
VBS will give you the guidance you need to make smart investments in IT. We’ll sit down with your leadership and show you how technology can be used to help you meet (and exceed) your revenue goals and sustain long-term growth.
The Darwinian Approach
Only the strong survive.
Over half of IT companies last less than 5 years before shutting down.
So, it follows that you also want to use an IT company who’s been around for a while, specifically someone who’s been around for more than 5 years.
There are exceptions to this rule, of course, but in the majority of cases anyone who is able to stick around longer than the average IT company has figured out how to do something better than the competitors they’ve seen fail, which may include offering better service, a better price, or both.
Geek Speak Translated into Plain English C-level Execs Can Understand
The most important trait for a technology leader to have has nothing to do with technology. No, what are most important are communication skills, knowing what matters to businesses and how to look at the big picture.
That includes knowing what needs to be said and what doesn’t need to be said.
We’ll cut through the usual IT jargon and get right down to business value. We know you’re not interested in how technology works as much as you are in what technology can do for your business. That’s why we translate geek speak into plain English that C-level execs with no experience in IT can understand and get excited about.
What are your long-term goals? Where do you see yourself next year, or in 5 or 10 years? We want to sit down with your leadership to discuss your future and show you how to use technology to make that vision become your reality.
To get this level of leadership in-house you’d have to put up with the $150,000 average salary that a CIO takes home. We’ll provide you with the same expertise and attention you’d get with an in-house CIO, all at a flat rate that’s much more affordable than adding a six figure salary to your payroll.
Contact us at 403-215-8070 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our virtual CIO and other IT services.