Turnkey Information Systems
Information Systems Associates (ISABIZ) focuses on providing turnkey systems that deliver for small businesses the following:
- Enhanced deployment flexibility
- Low Maintenance Solutions
- Business Collaboration, Communications, Cooperation, and Creativity
- Web-based Data Access and Analysis
- Scalability to Meet Future Demands
- Industry Standard Solutions
- Systems Customized to Specifically Meet Your Needs
- Hardware & Software Solutions Based on Leading Industry Manufacturers
Information Systems Development
Turn-key Systems....hardware, software, support, training. We partner with the best! Microsoft®, Dell®, Micron®, Curcial®, HP®, Netgear®, Cisco®, Intel®, and many more. From software development, deployment, and computer hardware, our goal is to service our small business client's information systems needs. We succeed if you succeed! PCs are in our blood. Service in our DNA. Solutions, our blueprints for success.
Small Business Environments
Information Systems Associates (ISABIZ) believes effective Small Business environments need workflow-type applications and systems that support sales force automation tracking, lead-tracking, expense reporting, and business accounting systems that dynamically support decision making in an ever changing environment. We strive to ensure that our customers succeed!
Our primary goal is to deliver on time and within budget state of the art business and information systems that meet and or exceed our customer's needs. We PARTNER with our customers.
When our customers succeed, we succeed!
Small Business Utilization of Technology
The rise of the Internet, the growth of more and more networked PCs, and the falling prices of computer technology have created a stronger imperative for small businesses to utilize technology. Businesses are reducing their use of long distance phone calls, fax machines, time reporting, expense reporting, contact management, and courier mail in favor of more efficient electronic communications. Vast amounts of free information from periodicals, news sources, online info, social networking, and formal business networks are available to those who have access to the Web.
For small businesses to remain competitive, they must continue to increase their use of technology and fully exploit the efficiencies of connected PCs.