Since 2005, the Atlas Software Group has been building IT infrastructure for funded startups and established small businesses in Southern California. In that time we have been counted on to create systems to host an international online karaoke contest, to shoot 20,000 high school year-book photos a year and to sell millions of cupcakes. Today our commitment to scaling entrepreneurs is stronger than ever, and we continue to develop new and innovative products to help them change the world.
The needs of a small business are unique. Several hats are worn by a few people. Circumstances change violently on a daily basis. Budget projections and schedules are difficult to forecast. Within this environment we are uniquely positioned to help small businesses transition into the cloud.
Small Business Friendly
We’ve seen small businesses work with moonlighting freelance web designers, developers and technologists. We’ve seen small businesses get overwhelmed by enterprise scale brand name consulting groups. As a small business working with small businesses we’ve found that clients need the stability and understanding that can only come from working with an established small business. The commitment we make to our clients is to provide guidance for maturity in the midst of constant change.
Disasters are a fact of life. Acts of God happen. Our systems have encountered snow storms, fires, regional power failures. We’ve found noodles inside of workstations. The question really is, who is guarding your business from the mayhem that surrounds you. Our systems have been tested functionally and financially at the end of the day our job is to establish and protect the foundation our clients build their businesses on.
The cloud is a technical paradigm to solve business problems. Transitioning to the cloud will shift your IT resources, operations and priorities to grow your business’s operational capacity and increase your efficiencies, margins and control. We’ve taken the plunge ourself going-server less and have experienced both the growing pains and benefits of the cloud.