Who Do You Trust More? Your IT Provider, or Your Dentist?

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Do you hate your current IT service provider?

Do feel like it would be a headache to change providers?

Would you rather get a root canal than change IT providers?

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Well you’re not alone. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of searching for a new IT company, then you’d probably compare the experience to your last visit to the dentist.

You’re lying in that cold plastic chair, feeling vulnerable and slightly embarrassed. Mouth sprawled open – you get poked, scraped and prodded. As he searches your most private corners you hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

And then at the end of it all, your worst nightmare comes true. You’ve been sentenced to the IT equivalent of a root canal. It seems like he was only in there for a couple of minutes but you’ve been hit with a bill that suggests he was there for a couple of weeks.

Here at Cohn Consulting Corporation we want your experience to be more comparable to a vacation, from all of your problems.

Here’s what we’ll do for you starting today:

  1. We will always talk to you in plain English. No computer babble.
  2. We will objectively analyze your needs “from scratch.” We’ll tell you what our services will and will not do for you.
  3. NO long-term contracts
  4. NO high pressure sales tactics
  5. NO “onboarding” charges, or hidden charges

So, if you’re tired of being “poked & prodded” by IT companies, it’s time to make a change and contact Cohn Consulting Corporation.

 

Why suffer with unproductive IT personnel, high-pressure sales tactics, anger, frustration? Contact Cohn Consulting Corporation today for a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION 30 MINUTE CONSULTATION.

770-225-0584 or dan@cohnconsultingcorp.com   

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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.”

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