Technology Franchise Poised to Grow as IT Demand Surges

Technology franchise TeamLogic IT sales are growing even faster than the industry

Business technology spending is expected to hit $330.7 billion by 2017, according to data recently released by IT research firm IDC. The industry’s growth rate is staggering — it will have increased nearly $100 billion from 2012 to 2017. But the numbers may actually understate the growth potential. Technology franchise TeamLogic IT saw its systemwide revenue grow 40.4% in 2013 — our third consecutive year of 40% growth or better.

“Businesses rely on technology, and there are hundreds of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses that rely on rock-solid computer systems to help them serve their customers, make money and grow,” says TeamLogic IT President Chuck Lennon. “By offering proactive management of our customers’ IT, and by providing guidance about ways they can use technology to improve their businesses, TeamLogic IT franchisees have been able to grow strong businesses.”

TeamLogic IT’s services also align with leading growth areas within the industry. We offer cloud services, data backup and recovery, and help managing mobile devices within businesses in a way that makes data accessible, yet still secure. We also analyze our clients’ businesses and offer suggestions for ways they can use technology to tap into their existing assets and achieve greater results.

From IDC’s report:


“The connection between technology and business is accelerating at lightning pace as business users adopt what IDC refers to as the ‘four pillars’ — cloud, social, mobile and analytics,” Eileen Smith, program manager, for IDC’s global technology and industry research organization, said in a statement. “Investments in these key areas are driving business funded technology to reach $275.2 billion in the United States in 2014, accounting for 55 percent of total technology spending.” …

The new forecast quantifies how much money business areas including accounting, finance and billing, customer service, engineering, architecture and research, human resources, industry-specific operations, IT, legal, marketing, other horizontal operations, sales, security and risk and supply chain management are spending on technology, and how this new paradigm differs by industry.

TeamLogic IT technology franchise touches many industries

IDC’s list of uses for technology is indicative of the diverse demand for IT services. TeamLogic IT customers include health-care providers, law offices, PR and advertising agencies, financial services providers, manufacturers, biotechnology firms, ambulance providers, trucking companies, retailers … the list goes on and on, because the need for IT services touches every industry.

TeamLogic IT has staked out a growing niche within the IT industry. We help small and medium-sized businesses by offering them managed IT services. The difference, in a nutshell, is that we work to detect problems before they can negatively affect our customers, and we stop IT failures before they ever occur. Our goal: Keep our customers’ technology in great shape so that they can stay productive and avoid costly downtime.


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TeamLogic IT’s 50 franchise units and 200-plus technicians give the technology franchise a nationwide footprint and a massive knowledge base with which to provide exceptional service to clients. To learn more about the business, including startup costs for a franchise, visit our research pages. You can read interviews with TeamLogic franchise owners on our blog. For even more information, fill out a form to download our free franchise report and start a conversation. We look forward to hearing from you!