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ImageQuest’s Jay Mallory featured on KYCPA podcast episodes

The Kentucky Society of CPAs recently launched a podcast series called “Behind the Numbers.” Its focus will be on relevant topics and information that involve accounting and the CPA profession. To launch the podcast, KYCPA’s podcast host, Marvin Stewart, talked with Jay Mallory, ImageQuest’s Executive Vice President, Marketing and Business Development. The two discussed business …

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A customer shares his happiness with ImageQuest’s work

Recently, we helped Chariot Logistics, a Nashville third-party logistics provider, migrate its IT to Desktop-as-a-Service. Chariot uses technology extensively as one of its services to its customers. When the project was completed, we received the following note from Brad Perling, Chariot Logistics’ Senior Vice President. It’s addressed to Stephen Bratcher, our Senior Systems Administrator, and …

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Don’t panic, we’re here: A customer review of our Live Support Desk

We post customer reviews here on our website, and recently we heard from a customer about the great support received from Davis Houk on our Help Desk. A key software program had stopped working, and our customer said he was “frantic.” He praised Davis for being willing to “listen and comprehend” and for showing “patience …

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Customer testimonial video: Why Bone Law uses ImageQuest

We provide Bone McAllester Norton PLLC, a prominent Nashville law firm, with Managed IT, IT Compliance and Cybersecurity services. We strive to provide our clients with an excellent proactive, responsive service. So we appreciate Charles Robert Bone, the firm’s President and CEO, sharing the firm’s experience working with ImageQuest. You can see this short video …

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New technology at your office? Here’s how to ease the transition

The Wall Street Journal’s Sue Shellenbarger has a great piece about adapting to new procedures at the office – primarily those driven by technology. She notes that leaders driving the change must understand that people fear losing a comfort level when the old way is discarded. Also, we tend to fear change, because we fear …

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