Amazon.com Best Seller, Bill Ooms presents:
The Business Owners Essential Guide
To I.T. & All Things Digital
Bill Ooms, President of Business System Solutions joined a select group of America’s leading experts to co-write the book titled, The Business Owners Guide To I.T. and All Things Digital: 22 Critical Facts Every Business Must Know To Maximize Their Company’s Efficiency, Security, Employee Productivity And Profits. The book was released by CelebrityPress™ — a leading business book publisher.
Released on Thursday, May 15, “All Things Digital” hit #9 overall on Amazon.com and #1 best-seller status in six additional Amazon.com categories: Computers and Technology, Computer Science, Networking, Information Systems, Networks, Protocols and APIs, and Software and Engineering.
“Great news! This book hit the Amazon top 10 today,” said Publisher, Nick Nanton, who also serves as CEO of CelebrityPress™. “This is a seriously amazing feat for a group of new authors. You moved up the Amazon charts faster than any client that I’ve ever seen!”
“All Things Digital” features proven secrets and strategies on maximizing efficiency, security and employee productivity and profits from some of the world’s leading entrepreneurs. Ooms contributed a chapter titled “What To Look For In An IT Provider?” which discusses important considerations when hiring your IT provider.
The authors of The Business Owners Guide To I.T. and All Things Digital have extensive experience and background related to the epic changes that today’s digital world has affected each of us, and more specifically, how it has moved us to a higher level of specialization and efficiency, while at the same time allowing us a laser-focus on our activities. Ooms, as well as his 21 co-authors, are some of the top minds within the I.T. industry, all of whom are currently serving small to midsize businesses throughout the U.S. and Canada.
“This has been a very exciting project from the beginning,” Ooms said. “From the moment we signed the contract with CelebrityPress™, to writing my chapter, and then reaching #9 on the Amazon best-seller list and #1 in six categories is quite an honor. I’m also glad that I was able to participate in a project in which I could discuss specific considerations to consider when hiring an IT provider. Every chapter in this book pertains to anyone who uses a computer, connects to the Internet, needs to protect their data or must be mindful of compliance. It is fitting that my co-authors and I pulled together in a unique way to best-convey our messaging on these very important topics.”
After such a successful release, Ooms will be recognized by The National Academy of Best-Selling Authors®, an organization that honors authors from many of the leading independent best-sellers lists.
The royalties from this project will be given to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, a not-for -profit organization, internationally recognized for its pioneering work in finding cures and saving children with pediatric cancer.
To learn more about this book and to purchase it, visit Amazon.com!
Here's What People Are Saying About This Book:
“I must admit I anticipated reading the chapter would be boring and irrelevant IT stuff for a non-IT person. However, I found it very interesting reading. It was well written in lay terms, straightforward, and best of all I thought, in a logical progression of what you need to look for in regards to IT support. I just wish I had had that chapter when we first went to networking up at the vet clinic.”
- Len Fulkerson, owner Window Genie
"From the perspective as a small business, hiring an IT service provider is one of the most important “personnel” decisions a company can make. I say “personnel”, because they become part of our company. Their technical expertise is critical to the day to day health of the organization, their communication competency can quickly diffuse a stressful IT situation (or make it worse, if the wrong words, tones or body language are used) and their ability to be forward thinking can help the company be visionary.
We have made some very good IT decisions. Those that worked the best are the ones where we sought advice and judgment from a wide range of perspective. We live in a college town, so we look to their IT faculty members for technical direction. We spoke to many of our perspective vendor’s active customers to learn what their work methods are like. Finally, we had many of our own staff interview the candidate to learn how they communicate. The process was slow, but it worked. Mr. Ooms' chapter gives a thoughtful and thorough presentation of the types of topics a growing company should consider when choosing an IT provider. He hit the “nail on the head” when he said in his closing paragraphs, when you find the right provider, stick with the relationship and build on it."
- Charlie Shook, Coldwell Banker Shook
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