Small business IT provider rescues flooded CPA firm…


CMIT Solutions of Nassau County Saves the Day for Long Island Small Business When Disaster Strikes


Small business IT provider rescues flooded CPA firm during tax season; provides peace of mind

Merrick, NY– In March 2010, Andrew Hult, a local CPA who runs a successful accounting practice out of his Hempstead office, faced a living nightmare. One of the worst storms in years caused a power outage and threatened to shutdown operations during the busy tax season.

Rushing to Hult’s aid, CMIT Solutions of South Nassau, a local information technology (IT) solutions provider for small businesses, quickly provided the CPA firm’s accountants with access to office data through internet connections at their homes. CMIT Solutions was able to do this through their remote data backup solution, downloading the needed data to the employees’ home computers within hours of the flood. The disaster plan the CPA firm had in place with CMIT Solutions saved time, money and frustration.

This is another great example of good PR.

Let the press know of your successes. SMIT Solutions did the right thing. They wrote a press release and it was posted already a few times.

Here are some of the sites that picked up the story already!!!


http://information-technology.dbusinessnews.com/shownews.php?newsid=206200&type_news=latest

http://www.franchising.com/pressreleases/15224/

http://www.franchisewire.com/article.php?id=4923

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One response to “Small business IT provider rescues flooded CPA firm…

  1. Pingback: When Disaster Strikes – Always Be Prepared « CMIT Solutions Denver News

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