Vision Computer Solutions' new business model is gaining traction on the uphill growth chart.
The 16-year-old company has watched its revenue increase 60 percent over the last year and added four positions. It has one open job for an advanced network engineer. The company also just opened an office in downtown Ann Arbor
to take advantage of the business opportunities in that emerging technology area. It hopes to find another 30-35 clients over the next year and add five more jobs.
"It's been very consistent and steady growth for us," says Peter Marsack
, vice president of business development for Vision Computer Solutions. "That has allowed us to maintain a high level of growth for our clients. I see that continuing."Vision Computer Solutions
has a new business model, switching from a per-item/hourly rate for IT work to a flat fee for complete support services almost three years ago. The company initially lost a few customers when it made that switch but has since found numerous others to take their place.
"It brings these news businesses a way to fix their IT budgets," Marsack says. "They are much more appreciative of that model."Source: Peter Marsack, vice president of business development for Vision Computer SolutionsWriter: Jon Zemke
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