Have an I.T. need? We have a full array of services and would love to talk about your need. A list of the some of the main services we offer:
- Server architecture including server virtualization
- Cloud Migrations
- Custom Application Development
- Website Design
- 24/7 US based Help Desk
- Project Management
- Onsite Support
- Security Services
- Much More!
Have a project or a need? Give us a call!
Has your company grown to the point that you have a consistent need for IT support but you are not yet able to hire a full-time IT employee? Solid Rock IT Solutions can provide you with an on-site resource on a consistent basis for as little as 4 hours per week. We also provide help desk and on-call support when our staff is not on-site at your place of business.
Consistent Weekly Presence
Perfect for those growing companies that are in need of consistent IT support but are not ready to hire a full-time IT position. There are options for help desk support as well for those times that our staff is not on-site but you are still in need of IT support.
We have experience implementing a wide variety of IT hardware & software solutions. A small sampling includes the following: Time & Attendance, Quality, Digital Signage, Operational Technology, VoIP, Inventory, Wireless, Multi-Media Rooms, and much more. If you have an IT project, we would like you to give us an opportunity to present you with a solutions proposal.
Are you in need of IT support while your staff member is on vacation or short-term disability? Or, if that position has been recently vacated, do you need interim support while you search for that perfect candidate? We can help with that, too!
Our fees are significantly lower than our competitors but our customer service cannot be matched! Currently, our hourly rate for on-site support ranges from $50 - $85 depending on number of hours needed.
“(The help desk) is polite and expedient in acknowledging the request and closing it out. I have felt like my requests are most important on their list. There has never been an underlying exasperation.”