TeamLogic IT was formed to become the go-to IT team for small and medium-sized businesses. We offer fast responses to IT challenges — but more importantly, we act as an IT adviser to our customers, helping them take proactive approaches to their technology so that their businesses becomes more efficient and profitable. We also offer managed IT services, remote monitoring of computers and networks, and data backup and disaster backup solutions.
TeamLogic IT owners enjoy three revenue streams for their business:
TeamLogic IT has been named one of the top 7 franchises by Franchise Business Review, whose annual FBR 50 list highlights franchises that have earned high ratings from their franchisees. TeamLogic IT has been the top-rated technology franchise for two years in a row.
TeamLogic IT franchise owners tend to have executive experience and either hands-on technical experience, or a keen interest in technology.
“If you have sales and marketing background and want to start an IT company, TeamLogic can help you set up the IT side of things; if you have IT experience, but need help with sales, TeamLogic IT can guide you there, too,” says Chris Cioffi, who co-owns the TeamLogic IT in Phoenix with Rob Fallows. Both are former vice presidents for American Express. “TeamLogic IT is part of FSI, which has been providing franchise support forever, so they can and will help you with anything. They fill in a lot of the gaps that you might have when you start the business.”
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