Virtually every organization today, ranging from the one-man startup through the Fortune 100, needs to lean on outside IT talent at certain points. That’s why there are hundreds if not thousands of hardware or software companies as well as all those neighborhood “computer guys” offering to help. Most of them can stop the bleeding.
But can they find and eliminate the cause(s)? In other words, do these shops have the maturity and the know-how to do more than suggest a “band-aid” remedy?
IDSI is committed to developing, implementing, and maintaining comprehensive business IT strategies that advance its clients’ productivity and ongoing success. That’s precisely what Vince Loro set out to do back in the late-1980s—and it’s the promise IDSI’s been delivering on ever since.
At IDSI, we know a lot.
Each of us brings at least two decades of experience. So our people know how technology works, and how businesses use technology to improve their operations and competitiveness.
We know how to pick it, how to configure and modify it, how to troubleshoot and fix it, how to manage it as an organization evolves.
We also know our customers—their specific business goals and challenges, what they need their systems to do, what they use today (and used before that), the extent of their own technical capabilities and aptitude, and what absolutely drives their team crazy.
This deep understanding of computers, networks, and programs—and of the relationship between business people and the devices and apps they depend on every day—has been the key to our success for the past 18 years. Everything we do revolves around providing the very best technical solutions and support—from compensating the members of our team, to selecting the software partners we represent, to pursuing certifications, to being active members of our communities.
No gimmicks, no splashy advertising campaigns, no consumer/home PC products.
And here’s one other thing we know: once a company sees our work, they’ll quickly realize that they can’t do without us.