Case Study Sperling Interactive – Salem, Massachusetts
Recently, Spectra Networks has had the pleasure of being retained by Sperling Interactive for an IT consult. Sperling Interactive is a web design and marketing company run by local entrepreneur Michael Sperling with its headquarters in the historical district of Salem, Massachusetts. Sperling Interactive’s main focus is on unique web design, search engine optimization, photography, branding, print materials, and social networking for all of their clients. Most of their day is spent working with clients to design websites and making sure the marketing message reaches the audience their clients are hoping to target. The location, the North Shore of Massachusetts, allows Sperling Interactive to provide services to small and medium size businesses locally, within the Boston region and even to companies nationally.
Being in business for just over 9 years, they have begun to experience something common for all growing businesses - the need for expert IT professionals to handle some of the more specialized IT issues they face in their expanding office facility. After consulting with the Sperling Interactive team, we installed a new phone system, added a series of hot spots for their WiFi (as they were experiencing spotty coverage in the expanded office) and put in a development server and consult on the setup of their AWS server. Not every small or medium sized business can afford an entire IT department and that was where we came in to help.After working closely with their team this is what their Chief Executive Officer had to say about our work. “Joe and his team are incredible at what they do. They listened to our needs and put into place a plan that works for us to achieve our technology goals. We have used Spectra Networks to manage and maintain all of our AWS servers. They do a great job staying on top of the latest updates and when we do have any issue they are very responsive and come up with a fix as soon as possible. I would recommend Spectra Networks to anyone looking to help them with their IT needs.” (Mike Sperling)