Happy New Year!  (just how old is your Lang Sign, anyway?)

Thankfully, 2010 was actually pretty good for us here at Simplex-IT.  During 2010:

  • Our customer base about doubled;
  • We’ve got some new faces around here;
  • We’ve increased our support offerings rather substantially;
  • We have a strong marketing/sales pipeline process;
  • Our Monthly Lunchinar continues to draw people to hear our “messages;”
  • That same Lunchinar is starting to appear on YouTube;
  • Our eNewsletter subscription bases continues to grow;
  • Microsoft’s BPOS solutions have been great choices for many of our customers;
  • Microsoft Licensing has been eas….um, a breez…err…simple to…well, we’ve been pretty successfully making Licensing easier for several of our customers;
  • Our BizBlog is starting to get some notice;
  • Our SEO strategy is starting to pay off;
  • Our backup strategy seems to be a bit of a hit;

Pretty good accomplishments, all told.  John Harrow has done a great job bringing in new customers, with help from Cyndee Duhon.  Kevin Dutkiewicz picked up where Sam Hays left off, and didn’t miss a beat.  Doug Tombow has given us some additional strength on the SQL and application side.

And let’s not forget the efforts of Steve Skunta, who joined us a few months ago.  Or the efforts of Lindsey Karoly or Alaa Hamdan, both working as part time technicians.

Then there are the partners we work with. DeVore Technologies has to be there in front.  Brian Hansen and I have a standard phone call each week where we start out laughing at each other’s misery, and then talk about working together to help our customers.

Then there’s Oxford International.  Amy and Don have been great folks to work with, as we find ways to partner.  Yes, even Don<g>.

And our network monitoring solution from Level Platforms just seems to be getting better and better.  As does our long term partners such as Sophos, LogMeIn, Ingram Micro, Microsoft and eFolder.  And our newer partners such as OpenDNS, RackSpace and CharTec offer some great solutions as well.

So far, we’ve every reason to believe that 2011 is going to continue our tradition (Seriously?  You can start saying tradition when you’ve only been open since 2007??) of providing great service to our customers, and having some fun while doing it.

 Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?

Wanna play<g>?