Is This You?
Are you a small to mid-sized business in the tri-state area looking for I.T. support to effectively manage the technological needs of your business? We’re here to help you!
Our clients typically have 10 to 50 workstations and rely on their PCs, network and servers to run a successful business. Many of our clients need to meet industry-specific compliance standards and need to protect sensitive records from data loss and corruption. Our clients require consistent efficiency from their business technology and operate within Westchester County, New York, New York City, Fairfield County, Connecticut and the surrounding areas.
Our I.T. engineers are of greatest benefit to clients who:
- Want to concentrate on daily business operations instead of their business technology.
- Are concerned with the security of sensitive business records.
- Need to know their business is protected from data loss.
- Use mobile devices for work or work remotely.
- Share documents and files between employees via email, chat or other digital means.
- Want to optimize the amount of time spent working versus troubleshooting computer problems.
- Believe prevention is preferable to damage control.
- Are unhappy with their currently I.T. service provider and are looking for a better solution.
- Are hindered by their current business technology more than they benefit from it.
Don’t just take our word for it. Listen to what our clients have to say:
“After many years of frustration with our software/hardware system, we were lucky enough to find Performance Connectivity – and we have been thrilled since! They are responsive, pro-active and reasonably priced. Look forward to a long relationship as we grow together!”Matthew Feehan
“We are very happy with PCI’s Remote Management Plan. When we have a computer problem we just go online and “chat” with the on-call tech. Often the problem is solved right then as the tech goes into our system, diagnoses and fixes the problem. There’s no more waiting for a tech to arrive at the office hours later.”Nancy Hack