Our team's maturity shows with an average employee tenure twice the industry average and we've worked with several of our clients for over a decade, giving us strong relationships and valuable institutional knowledge of their businesses.
My IT is headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana and offers numerous best-in-class options for technology, including our award-winning, proprietary software and we are one of the only local IT firms to provide HIPAA and PCI-DSS IT compliancy assessments.
Managed daily for
thousands of users
Range of users
we support per client
Time to resolve
most client issues
twice industry rate
Our culture of being proactive and efficient lends itself to high-growth companies in certain industries that are dependent on technology to stay operational, to drive productivity, and to empower technology for that business growth. Our work delivers strong ROI, reliability, and profitability within these types of companies:
Because of our dedication to our clients, we have an amazing client (and employee) retention rate and we've steadily grown thanks to client referrals. In 2015 and 2016, we were named to the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list.
We're the only New Orleans IT firm even on the list in 2016!
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