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Small to Medium Business Solutions

It doesn’t matter the size of your business. You could be employing 1,000+ people or you could be a small operation of just a couple of people. It may even be “just you” at the moment. The fact is that information and communication technology probably does, and increasingly will, play an important part in your success.

The fact is, IT matters.

For small to medium-sized businesses, it matters a lot! Why? Because it’s far too easy to spend far too much on “stuff” that is just not right for you. Many times we have seen funds spent trying to integrate in to a system something that should never have been purchased in the first instance.

In order to avoid such circumstances, Remex help our clients to develop an information and communication technology plan against which decisions can be measured. Key to the development of the plan is an understanding of “where are we now” and “where do we want to be”. Key to the success of the plan is to use a results-driven incremental approach to implementation, that facilitates the staged delivery of real benefit. This approach is, in our experience, the best way to ensure our clients have the flexibility in their technology and their finance to evolve their plans with their evolving business (or with the opportunities that evolving technology may present).

Remex also help our clients to evaluate opportunities to help ensure that the investment can be measured. Whether this relates to cyclical replacement of base line equipment (life-cycle planning) or evaluating the value in a new system (return on investment), we are able to identify the relationship between the technology and your business to ensure the use of intelligent information technology.

Remex have many small to medium-sized business clients. And we’d be happy to help you too.
We seek to do business with clients to whom we can offer intelligent information and communication technology advice and who can identify the intelligence and value in that advice.

For example:
Someone (possibly the owner of the business) buys the sexiest new laptop computer because it’s on sale at the moment. What a great new computer! Unfortunately, it was purchased with Windows 7 Home Premium, so not only is it incompatible with your existing network, it’s also been purchased with an operating system that is not intended to work on a business network at all. That new laptop is going to cost 200%-300% more by the time it is working on the network.

or
Your business purchases computers on a tiered basis, replacing 1/3 of the computers each year. The new computers go to the power users, their old computer gets handed down, etc etc, and the oldest computers are decommissioned. This means there is never a true “standard installation” of hardware or software, and that the older computers are always out of date. It also means that you’ve got three environments that need to be supported.

or
Your three year old server is really slow. You don’t remember it being slow like this when you first purchased it. It must be time to replace it. $5,000 later, you’ve got a brand new server and your data has been migrated. But can you believe it, it’s only marginally faster than it was before! Frustrated, you engage a third party consultant to help. They advise that (and there could be so many things going on, but here’s just a couple):
 ... your ethernet switch should be replaced at a cost of $400, or
 ... your DNS is not performing efficiently and should be reconfigured at a cost of $150, or
 ... you need to replace the network cable to the server at a cost of $5

Oh well, at least you’ve got a brand new server!

If you feel that you could benefit from Remex’s Small to Medium Business advice, simply complete this form and we will contact you free of charge to discuss your situation and identify how we might be able to help.

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