Why Do CPAs, CFOs and Accounting Pros Succeed in an IT Franchise?

TeamLogic IT franchise exists to help small businesses thrive – something CPAs know a lot about

CPAs, CFOs, and accounting professionals who want to go into business for themselves come with a very particular set of skills. According to an article published by The Accounting Path, entitled, “5 Reasons Why CPAs Make Great Entrepreneurs,” the particular set of skills that are advantageous to running a business:

“You know what every business needs?  Accounting,” the publication correctly reports. “You know what your business already has by default?  An accountant.” While this is humorous, it’s also entirely true. Your knowledge of how a business works, what it means to be profitable, and being able to take care of the critical backend work is vital to any successful business – and you already possess these skills. The fact that you’re fully capable of running a successful business is evident, and so the real question becomes, “What business is the right opportunity for you?”

TeamLogic IT allows CPAs & CFOs to leverage their skill sets into owning a business that helps small businesses thrive

If you’re ready to leave your desk behind and start a new life as a business owner, it’s important to consider how your significant experience will serve you in your new venture. As a CPA, you have a unique perspective on how small businesses operate, and are therefore uniquely qualified to understand their needs and come up with solutions to meet them.

This is what TeamLogic IT franchise owners do on a daily basis. As one of the leading Managed IT Services franchises in the nation, TeamLogic IT provides comprehensive IT solutions and support to small businesses in communities across the nation – and the demand for our services has never been greater.

According to Fundera, there are more than 30 million small businesses in the U.S., and the vast majority rely on IT not only for commerce, but also for marketing, data, research, communication, and more.

“Our sweet spot, and where we do well, is in working with the companies that have outgrown their local IT service provider but are still too small to work with an enterprise IT company,” says Chuck Lennon, Executive Vice President with TeamLogic IT. “In reality, every small business in the U.S. needs us to some degree. Business owners have never been more dependent on IT; IT drives productivity and, ultimately, profitability. We tend to talk very little about technology with our clients and a lot about business. What happens when their technology fails? How much will their business be affected? We help our clients leverage technology to run their businesses better and more profitably – this is a services business, and customer service is king.”

As a franchise owner, you will be responsible for helping small business owners in your community navigate through the ever-changing technological landscape. Your business will provide 24/7 support that will eliminate downtime, maintaining network efficiency, and helping to find new ways for your clients to become more effective and more profitable.

And you don’t need to have experience in the IT world to be an exceptional franchise owner. Our robust training and support platform will teach you how to run your business like a CEO, meaning that your technicians will handle the IT support, while you focus on high-level strategies such as sales, networking and communicating with your clients.

“There’s no question that we’re in the customer service business,” Lennon says. “What makes us successful is that we talk the language of business, and not the language of technology. If a customer wants to reduce their overhead costs or become more efficient, we help them find the right solution to fit their needs. By hiring us as their Managed IT Services provider, we give them peace of mind necessary to focus on their business, knowing that they have someone who is watching out for their best interest.”

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