As a computer reseller or systems integrator that specializes in Microsoft Small Business Server, one of the most basic, but most frustrating aspects of business growth has to do with recruiting systems engineers.
Why? Because systems engineers from the “corporate IT World” and Small Business Server many times just don’t mix well.
If your experience is typical of most computer resellers or systems integrators, you’ll quickly discover that two of the greatest challenges for endurance and growth, and generally the two greatest expenses, are
keeping up with an onslaught of new products and maintaining your systems engineers and
staffing at optimal levels to meet client scheduling demands for systems engineering resources.
Amassing Your Army of Systems Engineers for Small Business Server
So to make sure you’re prepared to manage an onslaught of multiple Small Business Server rollouts, you need to know how to build up your army of systems engineers talent.
As your Small Business Server consulting practice flourishes, staffing up systems engineers may end up being the most formidable growth inhibitor that you’ll face..
Whether you’re a “solo practice” computer reseller or systems integrator, or are responsible for a staff of dozens of systems engineers, sooner or later, even as a one-person shop, you need to understand what some of your slightly larger local competitors do to “woo” and hold onto their best and brightest system engineers and developers.
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