Choosing the perfect provider is like finding a needle in a haystack. It’s not just all about finding the company that’s the cheapest because that is where things could go wrong. Our blog will explain today how you can find the perfect service provider for you and what you need to look for when getting quotations.
At the end of the day it’s all about experience. Every business without fail will receive good and bad reviews on social media, their website or on search engines. The key here is to take note on those that do seem legitimate because not all of them will be real. Have a look at what their current or previous customers had to say about their service and how they handle things in business.
One positive thing a business can do to bad reviews is rather than delete them, publicly address them because it shows they are willing to get feedback from unhappy customers, identify what went wrong and know what to do going forward.
When you meet with a potential supplier you want to be confident that they will deliver. You also want to build a supplier-client relationship with them because that is important in business. Would you rather go with a supplier who is completely the opposite of happy and isn’t thorough with their process or would you know that your business is confidently supported by that company?
First impressions always count and if you feel uneasy and believe that a supplier cannot fulfill the job with your requirements then that is one to cross off the list.
A good business will always provide a client portfolio of work. This will demonstrate what work has been done previously, the end product and most importantly what the customer thinks from start to finish. Without a good client portfolio potential customers will not be able to see how great your work actually is and what the end out come was.
For example, on our website we feature projects from previous clients to demonstrate how our projects look and how we met the clients expectations.
Lots of businesses will opt for the cheaper option, but the truth is that it’s not always the best option. You have to think of the quality of a product or service because sometimes you can pay the cheaper option for cheap quality. You don’t always have to go for the most expensive option either because you could either get bad quality, ok quality or very good quality. Depending on your business’ budget you have to weight up your options.
The best advice would be to go somewhere in the middle, because if the quality of work you’ve seen with the portfolio work is good, first impressions are good and the cost is accurate and fits your budget then it’s the best one to go for.
From a Computer Support company, we aim to price our services based on SME budgets as best as we can. We want to compete with other providers but also give you the best quote possible.
Without Computer Support in a small business, your equipment could
become outdated and run in to numerous errors in which you cannot resolve without technical knowledge.
If you would like to compare our prices to your existing provider then fill out the details below and get in touch.