FORT MYERS, Fla. — If you’re a small business owner trying to get your business and employees up and running from home it can be a daunting task. One local website design and tech company wants to help though!
The folks at Stickboy Creative have an amazing offer for local business owners. They’ll your employees up and running to work remotely from home and they’ll do it for FREE!
Harrison Ambs, the Chief Strategy Officer at Stickboy, says it’ll only take them about 15 minutes to get one of your employees going.
“We want to help them go from where they were which is everyone in the office on location working at a desk to now working from home and making its as smooth of a transition as possible,” says Ambs.
One local company using Stickboy services is Elite Electrical Contractors. Owner, Shannon Fitz, says they’ve had to ramp up remote access now because of Covid-19 and social distancing.
“It is definitely comforting to know that we can continue on and we are not handcuffed and crippled because of our inability to physically get to work,” Fitz says.
If you’re worried that you or your employees aren’t tech savvy enough to work from home Fitz says it’s easier than you think. Especially with a little help from the experts.
“Advancement of technology has made this possible where we can continue working and it’s not a big set up in order to accomplish it. I mean, getting set up on a remote desktop is about a five minute thing and you’re just providing the email address and they’ve done everything else,” she explains.
“You’re on your own computer you’re just in a different chair, the one you have at home.”
If you think this sounds like a service your business could benefit from just give Stickboy a call. They’re offering to transition your employees for free and they tell Fox 4 they will provide IT support for two months free of charge as well, just to make sure you don’t have any issues.
Seems simple enough, Right? The crew at Stickboy says that’s the point.
“It can be very simple. With everything going on there’s enough things are difficult right now let’s not go adding to it ,” Ambs says.