We offer Microsoft consulting services to enterprises big and small. Our business is predominantly situated in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley, but we have clients from all parts of the country, coast to coast - almost all of our customers are international.
While Expert Assist is largely comprised of developers, we actually prefer a no-code approach. While we can code, we try not to - sometimes the best solutions are out of the box. What separates us from our competitors is our goal to architect the best solution for your organization, not the best solution for our consultants.
What makes us special?
No Sales - Expert Assist is generally a no-sales organization. We do not actively search for work and we do not have a dedicated saleswoman. While we may post some ads or sponsor an event or two, we get all of our work from referrals and from our customers changing companies.
Employee Focused - All Expert Assist employees generally control their own destiny. They set their rate, give input on the roles they accept, and manage their relationships with customers. At Expert Assist we even encourage our employees and consultants to keep their resumes up on LinkedIn so they have a sense of their own value in the open market.
"Work yourself out of a job" - At Expert Assist we believe a good consultant will work themselves out of a job. When architecting and building a solution for a customer, we do our best to ensure the customer can take over the reigns when we're done. Do we stay around after a project is complete for ongoing support? Of course! In fact, if we continue supporting your organization, we do so at the same rate so there's no surprises.
Trusted Advisor - Want the truth? Just ask us. We'll give you our opinion and we will do the necessary research to make sure we provide the guidance that suits your company, not ours.
Declare - Often our consultants are put in a situation where they are asked to do "off the cuff" work. In these situations we instruct our consultants to "declare" what the estimate the effort (in hours) may be so there's no confusion.
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