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X?-Tech Creates Time for Its Clients

Xē-Tech Creates Time for Its Clients










(PRWEB) April 1, 2005

Dave Jaques, President of Xē-Tech Incorporated, states that a common frustration business owner’s face is the amount of additional time needed to operate a successful business. “There’s a lot more work that goes into a business beyond the core services/products provided” Says Jaques. “A common solution” continues Jaques, “is to hire additional employees to assist in the work but in reality this only increases the burden on the owner/manager through the addition of payroll liabilities and benefits. Our clients do not incur such expenses.”

Available for small and mid-sized companies, Xē-Tech offers consulting and administrative support services that include most office tasks and provides smaller businesses the benefits of a fully functional office without the investment in equipment, space, and employees. These services save Xē-Tech’s clients time and money since they only need to pay for services rendered, opposed to paying employees for time spent “at work.” Xē-Tech also provides a virtual conference room allowing businesses to conduct meetings regardless of the participant’s location.

Xē-Tech also offers Project Management Consulting Services which provide guidance and management from project conception through completion. “This gives our clients one line of communication when implementing a new facet to their business” States Jaques. “The burden is taken off our clients and they can rest assured the project will be completed with the highest quality.”

A detailed explanation of services provided by Xē-Tech can be found on their website http://www.Xe-Tech.com or by calling 561-439-6754.

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