Although we don’t often hear about them in the news or even consciously think about them, small businesses are an essential part of our societies. When you walk down the street in your local neighborhood, it’s likely that you’ll mostly see small businesses. In addition, thousands of other small businesses are located in business parks and high rise buildings across the country. Though you may not recognize their names, small businesses contribute in significant ways to our national economy. In fact, they pay out 44% of the U.S. private payroll. During these strange and uncertain times, it’s crucial that small businesses and the people who run them receive the support they need in order to withstand these tough conditions.
Technology’s Edge is made up of a team of hard-working, knowledgeable individuals, and it’s important that their efforts don’t go unnoticed. Although we are committed to applauding our teammates internally, we’ve been able to show our appreciation externally through Clutch. Located in Washington, D.C., Clutch is a B2B ratings and reviews platform that offers a free online database where buyers can find business to business services.
Now more than ever, standing out in a saturated, competitive marketplace is important. This is especially true for small businesses. Our Clutch profile is one way we’ve been able to set ourselves apart from other service providers. Additionally, the feedback we receive from the client reviews on our profile allows us to not only improve our offerings to best meet our clientele’s needs, but also to recognize our team for their hard work.
For example, we recently received a review from our client, a partner at a tax accounting firm, concerning IT managed services that we provided. Here’s what our client had to say:
“Technology’s Edge is amazing. During tax season, I can call them anytime — day or night — if I’m having a problem; and they fix it right away. They answer my phone calls and texts immediately, no matter where they’re at. Their team is always there. I don’t have to ever think about technology.” – Cheryl Mercer, HMW LLP