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Technology Services Provider continues geographic growth with latest acquisition
St. Louis, MO (August 17, 2017) – Tech Electronics, a leading technology services organization, announces the acquisition of commercial communications systems provider, . (PFAS). Both privately owned companies specialize in the design, installation, and service of fire, security, sound and nurse call systems for the business-to-business, government, healthcare and education markets.
Technology Services Provider Starts 2017 with Expansion into New Region
St. Louis, MO (January 31, 2017) – United by a common business culture, Tech Electronics, has acquired . Both companies are privately-owned manufacture-certified installers of Notifier fire alarm systems with strong presences in the construction industry.
St. Louis, MO (June 24, 2016) – Tech Electronics, a family-owned, technology services organization, has been named a St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2016 Top Workplaces for the fourth year in a row. The Top Workplaces program is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, an independent research company, and recognizes the healthiest companies through employee surveys.
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Wow, does technology change fast or what? Just when you think you have a handle on that new system, your company is getting ready to roll out the latest and greatest version. As a technology solutions provider, we believe that it is imperative for your business to stay at the forefront of technology but only if the cost justifies the means. Keeping up with technology just for the sake of keeping up is pointless. Many companies upgrade without really knowing the reasons why they should. As a business owner, if you are going to spend the time and money implementing new technology, then do your homework. We suggest doing the following before putting your company and employees through another technology upgrade.
In the ever changing world of technology it is so easy to fall into the trap of being a product based salesperson instead of a solutions based salesperson. As a seasoned salesperson, here are a couple of reasons why I think this happens:
The global professional Audio/Visual (A/V) industry is expected to total $114 billion by 2016. With that much money being spent, how do you make certain that your company is getting the best value for the technology you need to enhance your business? It’s simple – select an A/V business partner who can effectively demonstrate the value of those A/V systems to you. Here are some things to consider as you start the process:
It’s no secret that our expectations of service and customer service have changed over the last few years. In an era where Amazon has same day shipping and Google can provide instant information on virtually anything means – if it’s not immediate, then it’s not good enough. As a technology services provider, if you’re not addressing these changing expectations then you will soon find yourself on the outside looking in.
Search SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) on Google and you will find SIP Service, SIP Trunking, VoIP Service, Hosted IP, etc. With so many definitions out there, it’s hard to really know what it is and what it can do for your business – luckily we are here to clarify.