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Posted by Marketing | November 14, 2013

Why Some IT Providers Choose Not Have Sales People

If you look at our website, you might wonder where you can find our sales people. The truth is,  technically we do not have sales people. At MyITpros, we are all in sales and below you will find out why.

Our Managers Will Listen To You

We believe in top-notch customer service, and we are confident that what we do can sell itself. That is why we do not have sales people who will give you the hard sell and then pass you on to someone else once you sign the contract.

Instead, when you call our main number to chat about our services, we will have someone from our management team speak with you directly, listen to your needs and answer your questions. We believe that by connecting you with our core people from day one, you will get a better sense of what your IT experience would be like if you hire us.

You Will Work With A Value-Driven Company

We are dedicated to helping potential customers make informed decisions and to giving current customers the quality of service, responsiveness and respect that they deserve. These values, which everyone on the MyITpros team upholds, have shaped this company and have contributed greatly to its success.

Your IT provider is someone with whom you are going to be in close contact for a very long time. When it comes to choosing the right service company, knowing who you will actually be dealing with on a regular basis is important.

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Bill-McCharen

Bill McCharen, COO

Our goal for this blog is to answer the questions you ask. If you have any questions about IT providers or any other topic please email me at bill@myitpros.com. To learn more about IT subscribe to our blog.

 

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