A Note From Michael’s Desk…

August 29th, 2012

Back to Focusing on Business

It is hard to believe that summer vacations have ended and once again we are refocusing on our business goals and objectives for the final stretch of 2012.  If you are like me, the summer ended much too quickly and I haven’t accomplished all I set out to this summer.  But time waits for no one and I need to begin to focus my energy on the things I can accomplish these next four months.

As I look at the end of the year that is fast approaching, I have realized that XPERTECHS has accomplished a number of our goals by adding new toolsets and increasing our staff.  Yet, there is much more to achieve during these last 4 months.  My most important objective is to keep my clients informed as to how they can eliminate the operational hassle of technology while improving their efficiency and performance.

I also want you to know that September is a GREAT time to start planning to upgrade your computer network.  Here are 4 reasons to start NOW:

  1. You get to take the investment off your taxes THIS YEAR!  Thanks to a tax deduction titled “Section 179 Election,” you can buy up to $560,000  in new office and computer equipment and expenses, and write off that entire amount on this year’s tax return.
  2. We can get the work done FAST this time of year.  Now is the best time to get started because our schedule is lighter than usual and we can get your project scheduled and completed faster than at other times during the year!
  3. You get the BEST discounts and savings ever.  Because most manufacturers are trying to make quarterly numbers, they are willing to give even bigger discounts on products and services.
  4. We’re giving away huge discounts on our Premium Plus XperCARE Proactive IT Services plan and Cloud Xperience.

All computer networks need regular ongoing maintenance – and if you hire us to do any network upgrade or project this month, we’ll throw in 2 FREE months of on-going support or a FREE computer to give your child or grandchild to go “Back-to-School”.