The modern business stays ahead of the rest by making technology a business advantage. According to a study by Boston Consulting Group, technology leaders far outperform their peers in the marketplace, creating jobs almost twice as fast as other small businesses and growing revenue 15 percent faster annually.
What keeps you up at night?
Your path to modern
Technology can be a major differentiator for your business. But it can seem daunting when you look across your IT—from servers to the cloud, PCs to mobile devices—to know where to start, and how you can transition from what you have now to your new vision.
This is where our company and solutions from Microsoft provide something different—offering a unique approach for making the benefits of modern technology a reality for small businesses.
With Microsoft, you can choose your own path
to modern, with flexible, familiar, and trusted solutions for your business--whether by growing with greater efficiency, protecting your data, or empowering your mobile workforce.
Are you a modern business? Chart your own path to modern, with solutions from Microsoft designed to address your business needs.
8 ways you can use technology as a differentiator
- Adapt to change - Move to a modern IT platform that enables you to adapt quickly to changing business needs and move faster than your competitors.
- Get the most out of your technology - Get more from the servers that run your business applications, leverage the speed and flexibility of the cloud, and get the most out of PCs and devices used by your employees.
- Get your work done anywhere - Across PCs and devices, get to the files and applications you need to do your job and be productive wherever you are.
- Work together easily - Work together anywhere, with the same familiar experience across PCs and mobile devices.
- Protect and control your data - Count on built-in protection at every level of your IT, from the server to PCs and mobile devices.
- Be prepared for the unexpected - Have the peace of mind that your systems are up and running—and that you’re open for business—even if the unexpected happens.
- Understand your customer - Use data as a competitive advantage—to help you understand your customers and connect with them on their terms.
- Increase your sales - Build and maintain customer relationships by engaging them with the help of the familiar tools you already know.
“We have the right tools in place so we can go and sell chemicals. We don’t think about computers—they just help us do our jobs better.” - Art Hein, Managing Director, JARCHEM Industries, Inc.