What To Pay For IT Support The Chicagoland Business Owners’ GuideTo IT Support Services And Fees What You Should Expect To Pay For IT Support For Your Business (And How To Get Exactly What You Need Without Unnecessary Extras, Hidden Fees And Bloated Contracts) READ This Guide and You’ll Discover: The 3 most common ways IT services companies charge for their services, and the pros and cons of each approach. A common billing model that puts ALL THE RISK on you, the customer, when buying IT services; you’ll learn what it is and why you need to avoid agreeing to it. Exclusions, hidden fees and other “gotcha” clauses IT companies put in their contracts that you DON’T want to agree to. How to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting to avoid disappointment, frustration and added costs later on that you didn’t anticipate. 21 revealing questions to ask your IT support firm BEFORE giving them access to your computer network, e-mail and data. To Claim Your FREE Guide!Fill Out The Form Or Call Us: 847-558-6835 Name* First Last Company* Email* Phone Hi — my name is Stephen Taylor, CEO of LeadingIT, a technology and cloud support company in Chicagoland. Since 2010, we have been helping businesses like your eliminate common computer problems quickly and affordably so you can focus on doing what you do best; providing a great service to your clients. Why am I giving you this for free? Two reasons: While most other companies offer you lots of promises to win your businesses, we don’t feel this is correct. We believe that it is our responsibility to earn your trust and allow you to try our services without risk to you or your company. At no charge, we will send a senior technician to your office and conduct a thorough assessment of your network. Once you see how friendly and knowledgeable our staff is and how quickly we make your computer worries go away, you’ll become a happy customer. Chances are you’ve never heard of LeadingIT before, but when you finish reading this letter, you’ll be glad you finally did. Why can we make such a bold statement? Because almost every small business owner I talk to will confess that their current computer support person – whether it’s an internal employee, a friend, or a “professional” consultant – is NOT completely delivering the level of service they want.