Business Consulting Technology Assessments Services Launched Nationwide

California based business consulting firm Technology Source launches $99 technology assessments. The sourcing-as-a-service business recommends various IT solutions to help companies optimize business systems especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Santa Ana, United States - May 28, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Santa Ana, California based business consulting firm Technology Source launches technology assessments services nationwide. The firm is a sourcing-as-a-service platform business that recommends various IT solutions, such as internet, software, and computing systems to companies in order to boost their business.

More information is available at https://www.technologysource.com/assessments

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing businesses to struggle to stay afloat. Now more than ever, business owners need to make wise decisions that will save them money as well as optimize their business at the same time. Technology Source lends assistance by launching technology assessments services.

Technology Source normally charges clients up to $20,000 for in depth assessments and RFPs but is now offering technology assessments for only $99 when the client agrees to use Technology Source as their agent of record for orders that the client places based on the firm’s recommendations.

With the $99 basic technology assessment agreement, Technology Source reviews the client’s existing services and makes necessary recommendations for better and more innovative tech products and services that will help boost their business. Moreover, the client will have at their disposal experts working on their team for up to one year for a fraction of the standard hourly fee of $250 for consulting services.

By employing Technology Source’s assessment services, a company can benefit from cost reduction, increased reliability, cloud migration and improved security. They can also get recommendations on better phone and SMS systems apps, call center systems, internet services, Microsoft licenses, digital marketing devices, computing services as well as cyber, data and endpoint security and even utilities such as gas and lighting.

Being in the source-as-a-service business for over two decades, Technology Source has access to over 200 service providers offering 87 tech products and services covering more than 60 countries.

For more information about Technology Source and their services, call +1-800-340-8115 or visit www.technologysource.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Dominic Antonini
Email: Send Email
Organization: Technology Source
Address: 1551 North Tustin Avenue Suite 125, Santa Ana, California 92705, United States
Phone: +1-800-340-8115
Website: http://www.technologysource.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88959381

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