XContent opens SMB business unit

Almost a year ago today, XContent Business Solutions acquired Auric Consulting to further enhance their offering to the South African market.

After an unprecedented year that was 2020, one which left many small businesses trying to play catch-up, XContent asked in what way they could try and assist those same businesses in 2021.

“We looked at what we could do. It has been a very stressful 12 months for a lot of small business owners in South Africa. We decided we could use our expertise to help those businesses, but do so at a rate which is affordable,” said MD of XContent, Danie de Lange.

“With the acquisition of Auric, we were perfectly placed with a business unit ready to go, which is dedicated to this very important market segment. The most important thing is to ensure that small business can continue to operate in the current climate at a price point which is very beneficial to their business size.”

“It is ultimately about assisting the SMB market to regain a stronghold in our GDP and grow from strength to strength to ensure business continuity, not just for this year but for years to come.”

The Auric/XContent I.T. Support offering for SMB starts from as little as R5 500 excl VAT per month for 10 hours of dedicated support. The offering will incorporate desktop support, Microsoft Office 365 support, cloud support and day-to-day IT requests that form part of normal business operations.

The big plus for an offering such as this is that small businesses will receive the support of a leading Microsoft Gold Certified Partner all within the ethos of Auric 2012, which, at the time, was: “Small business costs, big business ideas”.

For more information or to request a call, you can visit the Web site: https://auric.consulting

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