As Guy Phillips mentioned, last weekend was Father's Day. Did you know that SumnerOne has been owned and operated by three generations of fathers and their children? We've been operating under the Sumner name since 1955! One topic that wasn't as prevalent when we opened our doors is that of helping businesses to stay up-to-date on their software licensing, however, we now have that covered. Our IT expert, Chadd Haselhorst joined the crew over at The Big 550 KTRS to talk about tips for staying compliant with your software licenses last week on Tech Talk.
There are a lot issues that businesses face, but few can be as frustrating misplacing a document that you need. When a manufacturer’s billing department has two versions of a customer’s receipts or a school’s records department has to dig through years of boxes of paperwork to find a student’s records, that's time wasted that could be eliminated. Did you know that the time spent digging for a document is also costing you money?
June 2018 will go down as an important month on our company’s timeline, one that stretches all the way back to 1955 when Bud Sumner started his business in St. Louis. For the past 63 years, we have delivered solutions to customers that help them grow their businesses. As we’ve thought about how to best support our customers for the next 60 years, we realized that having one place to go for solutions that run a modern workplace would be important.
The goal of most companies is to keep current customers happy and to get new ones by offering great services and support. One of the best ways that you can continue to deliver excellent customer service is to actually be accessible to your customers. This is where Voice over IP (VoIP) comes into play with helping to improve your communication and customer satisfaction.
We joined the Guy Phillips show on KTRS for another week of Tech Talk presented by SumnerOne last Friday. As usual, the conversation was nothing short of entertaining! Last week, our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined the show to talk about the dangers associated with visiting the dark web.
You might find yourself wondering, "What do printers and cars have in common?" The answer is easy. Simply put, to keep it running smoothly, it requires regular maintenance. Over the course of its lifetime those associated costs can add up. One area that they are different, however, is that with a car there isn't a way to bundle all those associated costs together. This is where Managed Print Services (MPS) comes into play for your printers. So, let's begin to break down those similarities and put managed print services into a scenario that every driver can relate to.