Today’s client feature shines a spotlight on a critically important organization in Asheville: Our VOICE, a non-profit crisis intervention and prevention agency serving victims of sexual violence, age 13 through adult, in Buncombe County. Founded in 1974 as an all-volunteer, grassroots organization, the agency received 501(c)(3) status as a non-profit agency in 1983.
As a certified Konica Minolta dealer, we are proud to share their recognition as a leader in Brand Loyalty for the 13th consecutive year in Brand Keys Inc. Customer Loyalty Engagement Index for the “MFP Office Copier" (multifunction printer) category.
Think of proactive and reactive cybersecurity methods as before and after. Reactive strategies should be a component of your defense against hackers, while proactive strategies should form the foundation of your cybersecurity. Both are critical to your company’s defense.
The midst of the Coronavirus crisis might seem like an odd moment to celebrate a business award, but we are doing just that: we recently received the 2019 Prestige Partner Award from our leasing partner, Great America, for “unparalleled customer commitment and dedication to excellence”. Despite the COVID-19 crisis, we’re celebrating this in honor of our employees, our IT and Service technicians, and our customers, who have embraced the abrupt transition of working from home with grit and determination, jumping in with both feet to get their teams set up for success with the right technology.
ABE has been an important part of the business community since 1981 and we know that we can only be as healthy as the environment which we are a part of. We want to help as many businesses as possible make it through this crisis. That’s why we are pleased to be able to offer 90 days deferred payment on new equipment leases, as well as no-contract options, for equipment and/or software your business needs in order to set your teams up to work securely and efficiently from home. Let’s do everything possible to keep your business in business during this crisis.
If the only way to keep your organization open for business is to work remotely, are you ready? Here are five critical steps to help you get started preparing your organization to respond to this evolving situation.