Discover How to Find Hassle-Free Computer Support with Daniel Cohn, President of Cohn Consulting Corporation’s New Book!
When you have important deadlines, work piling up, and customers waiting for you to serve them, you simply cannot afford to have technology issues get in the way. You’ve likely asked yourself before, “Where can I find an honest, responsive, dependable computer support consultant that’s easy to work with, fixes problems fast, and can be readily available whenever I need him?”
We’re pleased to introduce “Hassle-Free Computer Support” – The small business owner’s guide for finding a professional, competent, honest, considerate, on time, fairly priced, and dependable computer consultant.
Our President, Daniel Cohn, wrote the book “Hassle Free Computer Support” because he knows how difficult finding a great computer consultant can be; and he knows many business owners struggle with finding someone who will:
- Answer their calls or call them back immediately.
- Stay proactive to prevent issues in the first place.
- Demonstrate extensive expertise on a wide range of technologies.
- Find ways to make them more efficient and cut costs.
While there’s no way to eliminate IT issues completely, a great computer consultant will be able to maintain a proactive approach – minimizing downtime while working alongside your team to resolve the challenges that stress you out, day after day.
This book is guaranteed to give you some fantastic insider tips from a small business IT expert himself! When it’s time for you to find a new computer consultant, you’ll be more than prepared knowing what to look for and what to avoid.
Contact Cohn Consulting Corporation at 770-225-0584 or email us at: email@example.com for your FREE copy now! Don’t wait… we only have a limited amount of copies to give away!
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“[Your] professionalism in dealing with this situation at the Zero hour is definitely a rarity. Your team’s response was to take on a project that you had no prior knowledge of other than a customer was in a tight spot and needed assistance.”