GRAND BLANC — I.N.C. Systems held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on April 29 at their new 4,500-square-foot headquarters in Grand Blanc, nearly doubling the size of its previous location while making room for additional staff.
“Our new location is almost twice the size of our previous office where we had reached our capacity,” said CEO Aaron Hamp. “It gives us room to grow, and allows better collaboration and more streamlined operations.
“It’s also a much more professional environment.” I.N.C. Systems specializes providing outsourced IT agreements to businesses throughout Michigan. Founded in 2004, the company originally offered a variety of solutions, including computer repair, audio/video distribution, theater room design and construction and smarthome solutions, before moving exclusively into IT services.
“Our team focuses on helping organizations that have between 10 and 200 computers to leverage technology for maximum return,” Hamp said. “We also work with many nonprofit organizations to help drive their missions with the use of technology and remain very active in our community.”
In today’s small business environment, many companies lack the depth of knowledge to understand how technology truly impacts its operations.
“Most companies do not seem to have the knowledge or experience to research, implement and maintain the appropriate technology solutions to maximize efficiencies which ultimately translates into increased revenue,” said Hamp.
That’s where I.N.C. Systems can help. It has the experience and knowhow to help companies find and use the solutions that are best suited to reaching their goals. It not only understands how to deploy and maintain technology, I.N.C. Systems understands business and how critical it is to have both in sync.
The office is located across from the old GM Tool and Weld plant at 10761 S. Saginaw St., Suite H. You can find them online at www.inc-systems.com/ and they also have a Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/ incsys/?fref=ts. — Compiled by Paula K. Schmidt