CMIT Solutions of St. Charles is the small business IT support and IT services company for Black Walnut, Cottleville, Harvester, Machens, O'Fallon, and St. Charles.
CMIT Solutions of St. Charles provides information technology (IT) services to small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the St. Charles area. Whether it's a five person single location office or a 100 person firm with multiple locations, our highly skilled technical team works with the client for a solution that makes good business sense.
Our mission is to provide the ultimate IT solutions and support, network security, data back-up, data recovery, and business continuity planning by listening to our customers and building a partnership based on trust and integrity. We provide managed IT services that keep your business running while you focus on your business.
We specialize in the following: managed services and system monitoring, wired and wireless networking, project work, disaster recovery (data backup and restore), web and email hosting, and web design.
About the Owner
Scott has a keen sense of IT needs of SMBs that can be emulated from experience obtained from Fortune 500 companies that he has worked with identifying and providing solutions on both a local and global scale. He clearly understands that to be successful, businesses need to focus on their business, not trying to solve IT problems. It is critical that SMBs leave the IT problems to the IT professionals who can provide IT solutions and get problems solved quickly without interrupting business. SMBs just need their computers to work so they can focus and grow their business. Additionally, he believes that to many business owners underestimate the need for disaster recovery planning. Businesses need to be sure data backups are consistently made and validated so that data recovery can be made easily and quickly. It only takes one disaster to wipe you out if you’re not prepared.
About CMIT Solutions, Inc.
CMIT Solutions is a nationwide provider of information technology (IT) services and solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs). With more than 800 consultants and technicians, CMIT has expertise in nearly all technologies and industries Founded in 1996 in Austin, TX, CMIT Solutions, Inc. has grown into the leading IT solution provider for SMBs. With over 10 years of experience and strong industry partnerships, CMIT Solutions is capable of providing enterprise-level services and products that were previously unavailable to the SMB market. We are a local company with the support of a national network behind us. We focus on making your business run better by understanding your business and technology needs.
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