Local entrepreneur opens Daniel Island office to enhance IT services and support for small and medium-sized businesses

Daniel Island NewsThe nation’s leading provider of information technology (IT) services to the small and medium-sized business (SMB) community opened a new office on Daniel Island this fall. Local business owners and management now have an in-town trusted IT service provider backed by a nationwide support system to provide flat-rate, round-the-clock maintenance and monitoring solutions.

“Small and medium-sized businesses in Charleston that have felt the pain of productivity coming to a halt when their computers, networks, and servers fail them need look no further,” says Daniel Island resident Amy Justis, President of CMIT Solutions of Charleston. “Whether they’re looking for help or are simply unhappy with their current or former IT service provider, they now have access to a full-time IT staff they can trust at prices they can afford.”

Offering a broad spectrum of proactive computer maintenance, monitoring, and virtual technology packages, along with quick response services when unexpected crises occur, CMIT Solutions has carved out its niche as an industry innovator with a specialization in working with the SMB community. Combine this with the company’s leading technology partners, including Microsoft, Dell, and Intuit, and Charleston’s business community now has an edge in today’s increasingly challenging marketplace.

“When it comes to technology infrastructure, small and medium-sized businesses need the same tools and support services as large enterprises — just on a smaller scale and at prices SMBs can afford,” explains Justis, who brings more than 20 years of experience in finance, management, and information technology to her new business. “They need the same reassurances that their confidential business data is being protected, that their computers will keep running without interruption, and

that systems remain free from viruses, spyware, hackers, and system failures. Furthermore, they need the same expert advice and problem-solving approach that large businesses receive from high-dollar consultants. CMIT Solutions is one of the only IT providers offering this level of expertise and customized service at rates small businesses can afford.”

Prior to opening her CMIT Solutions office in Charleston, Justis served as Chief Information Officer at Force Protection Industries, Inc. (FPII), a leading manufacturer of mine-resistant and ballistically protected military clearance vehicles. Prior to assuming that CIO position, Justis served as Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller at FPII.

“I couldn’t be happier,” Justis adds. “My background in finance and information technology have prepared me well for this career transition. Plus, with the support of CMIT’s home office, technology partners, and network of 140-plus offices nationwide, I’m part of an organization with remarkable resources. The IT field will continue to grow now and well into the future.”

As part of its commitment to the small business community, CMIT Solutions also offers local small business owners and residents free online webinars on topics ranging from professional networking and making good hiring decisions to putting the right strategies in place to grow small businesses. To listen to past-recorded webinars or register for upcoming webinars, please go to https://www.cmitsolutions.com/resources/webinars.

For more information on CMIT Solutions of Charleston and the services it offers, please visit https://www.cmitsolutions.com/charleston, email mailto:ajustis@cmitsolutions.com, or call 843-501-9908 x 101.

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