Make Every Technology Dollar Count!
Did you know, on average, IT projects run roughly 45% over budget and 7% past the scheduled timeframe? As information technology becomes a more integral part of companies of all types and sizes, IT projects become larger and more complex than ever before, especially considering how rapidly information technology has been advancing in recent years.
LAN Infotech is here to help with any upcoming IT projects – making sure you are making every technology dollar count. Call (954) 717-1990 or email us at email@example.com for more information.
LAN Infotech is here to work with you to complete any type of IT project – from implementation of new hardware to changes in existing applications or systems. We will also handle third-party vendor projects requiring support – all while ensuring the following:
- The project stays within the allotted budget and timeline to save you from wasting time and money.
- The project is aligned with all of your goals and objectives to get the most possible value from your investment.
- The project is successful with all employees understanding changes so there won’t be unnecessary learning curves or struggles after completion.
- The project undergoes rigorous quality checks along the way to make sure it’s successful without issues.
If you already have in-house IT professionals managing your technology, we are here to augment those staff members – lending a helping hand wherever needed to complete projects they don’t have the time/resources to complete. Ultimately, we are always here to help – whatever the situation calls for.
Contact LAN Infotech at (954) 717-1990 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a no-obligation consultation regarding any upcoming IT projects. We will let you know exactly what we can do to help you ensure they are smooth and successful.
“Our experience working with LAN Infotech and its engineers has been very rewarding for our firm. We count on Lan Infotech’s team to engineer, maintain, coordinate and monitor our systems.”—Ricardo Gonzalez-Rosa
Katz Barron Squitero Faust