So that we can better serve our friends here in Mukwonago Wisconsin, American Global Software has joined the Mukwonago Chamber of Commerce. Today Jeff was welcomed by his Chamber Ambassador, Elizabeth M. Dyba of The House of Insurance, presenting his plaque on a beautiful sunny day outside at the Chamber office. During the month of June, American Global Software, LLC will be a featured new business in The Mukwonago Chief, the local newspaper.
Since for many of you who live out of town it will be difficult to get a copy of the paper the announcement will be as follows (barring any last minute edits!):
Jeff Fillian relocated to Genesee late last year and brought with him the technology office of American Global Software, LLC a Georgia based partnership. American Global Software provides technology services for small and medium businesses. These services include website design and hosting, search engine prominence, programming, upgrading, troubleshooting, monitoring, cloud services consultation, provisioning and more. As Microsoft Small Business Specialists and with deep knowledge in both propriety and open source technology AGS is poised to understand your needs and provide solutions that suit your business.
He is particularly excited at the way offerings in the cloud are bringing technologies, that traditionally were only available to large businesses with deep pockets, into the hands of small and medium businesses. Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint in the cloud, remote monitoring and support services at a fraction of the cost of just a couple years ago.
Concerning the work they do on web site design, hosting and prominence Fillian says, “We’ve also learned that getting your web site prominence on the most popular search engines is not a one shot deal but an iterative process. We create and host dynamic sites that reflect our three goals ‘dynamic, focused and information rich.’ Coupled with a vibrant blog and connections to social networking sites makes your web site a central part of getting your message out. We then test how your site fares in the internet marketplace, make adjustments and then test again, and again. It is a dynamic place out there and you need to active to stay ahead of the competition!”
Jeff has worked much of his career as the one stop technologist for small and medium businesses and non-profits in Connecticut, New York and Chicagoland as well as a developer and manager at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Now that he and his wife have moved to the Mukwonago/Genesee area he is looking forward to helping local businesses with their technology challenges so they can concentrate on their business.
Not wasting any time, Jeff has been asked to lead a Best Practice Roundtable session on Social Networking for the Chamber on June 1.