Business professionals in the digital era face challenges importing their companies to the online and mobile communications world and increasingly need ‘one stop shop’ help, according to I.T.’s My Business (IMB) LLC. The new firm is committed to helping small to medium size enterprise businesses in efficiently gaining them access to cloud services, mobile technology as well as PC Internet users, signage, current training in digital systems, and cost-effective computer management. The site outlines different paths and programs for delivering each of these proficiencies, along with promoting a line of general business products.
The firm proudly emphasizes its commitment to providing economical products and services to help small companies. “We offer Low Cost Cloud Services, for Employee Learning Management Systems, Reduced Cost Unified Communication Systems, Digital Management Systems and Low Cost Compliance by Default Systems, requiring little or no capital investment.”
The website nonetheless features a clearinghouse of goods and training programs designed to educate new enterprises about the best ways to integrate online and digital systems into their business operations going forward. The object is to improve the longer term scalability of the venture and holistic integration of information across the business. One simple example of cost-effective integration is moving database management of the entire company online, which delivers a common server platform for the business regardless of disparate physical branches. The inputting of the information to one source permits the ability to review updated reports that already incorporate current data from all aspects of the company.
The site includes video tutorials introducing businesses to different new concepts in digital information management, populations to reach (via e-mail, text, video, website or social media). The training and learning modules incorporate current information, and clarification regarding data security, compliance issues, and other matters. In most cases, the delivery of the training and available products minimizes the cost or spending needs of the small and medium business to almost nothing. Observers believe the IMB site should attract larger numbers of small companies in need of this guidance as the current online campaign for it continues to develop.
Riley A. Chavis
Riley A. Chavis