Any person put in charge of technology for a company inherently has put on many hats: vendor management, future planning, constant research, problem solving, interruptions, equipment management – not to mention much of this is a thankless job, a left-over task wrought with hollow victories that only you know about (whatever your position at your company). In the world of marketing filled with promises of painless technology advances and uses – you are the person between what technology is supposed to do and what it actually does. Although the gap is closing, there is still a great disparity therein, and you (or your technology consulting firm) are the people that have to adapt in order to close that gap. Technology marketing over-promises and generally preys on ignorance and the promises made with inflated expectations.
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Nambi Associates experience is in the small- to mid-sized business market. The countless way to define a small- or mid-sized business are as vast as the unique characteristics of any business network.
Nambi Associates most successful relationships are with firms (or departments/branches of larger firms) that a 'device count' between 10 and 2000. For clients with larger networks than this or companies with their own I.T. staff that are looking for support services, we offer Client-Administered Managed Services. Managed Services is very important to any sized firm looking to save money, time, and frustration by automating the mundane needs of a computer network while monitoring and managing the critical aspects that businesses depend on.
Nambi Associates focus is on our ability to be successful at providing a high-level of service to our clients. We maintain this focus by paying close attention to a few core principles - size, location and the needs of a potential client's network. Companies large and small generally have similar categories of needs, problems and vulnerabilities within their networks, but there may be vast differences in effective solutions.