We Listen to your needs

When we go into our first meeting our goal is to gain understanding of what your motivations and pain points are. We simply try to understand the business and the decision makers so we can tailor our solution to fit your needs. We ask open ended questions that get you talking about the daily struggles and future goals.

We aren't sales guys that make empty promises about technology that we don't understand. We started in the technology world and worked our way into the business world, so we have the unique blend of both technical and business acqumen.

  • Initial Phone call
  • Face to Face chat
  • Technical Audit
  • Custom Proposal
  • Celebration Drinks
  • When you talk you are only repeating what you know; but when you listen, you may learn something new
  • "Most business owners need to grow and their technology needs to help them accomplish this"
  • Let's get together and chat. I know you will find we aren't the normal IT consulting company

We Develop a relationship

Ultimately the business owners simply want their Technology problems to go away and are looking for someone trustwothy to offload those problems to. How we interact with and treat you is what builds that trust and a relationship, more than likely we have had a cup of coffee or a beer or two before any contract is ever signed. We talk to you as a person, not just a business opportunity. We aren't afraid to show emotion, get excited and get you excited about your technology being an asset and not just a cost center. We support you across all aspects of strategic decision-making and explain them in non-technical terms.

Lets Chat


Let's get together and chat. You will find we aren't the typical IT consulting company. Most firms typically perform computer and network maintenance and maybe some web hosting experience only but we offer expertise in applications and the middleware between those applications, because of this we continue to obtain clients. Companies need help looking objectively at long term IT initiatives but with an outsider's perspective who understands the other technologies available and the direction in which technology is heading.