Technology Solutions Designed Specifically for Your Firm
The legal profession has always relied heavily on the newest technologies. Shoshin Technologies Inc can provide your practice with dynamic options that can save you money.
It's a fact that lawyers are at the center of many important decisions. As with many other economic sectors nowadays, technology is becoming integral for the modern law office. Whether you are a new attorney that is just hanging out your shingle, or you are a part of a multinational firm that deals in a sea of litigation, chances are you will need to consider how advances in technology will work for your practice.
For a law office, it is often not cost effective to hire a dedicated IT staff, or even an IT guy. Most law offices rely on break-fix technology companies that not only profit off your pain, they don't present the kind of value that is necessary to maintain all the newest, and most useful technology. At Shoshin Technologies Inc, we do IT differently. We provide solutions for Outer Banks' and eastern North Carolina businesses for a flat monthly rate, all the while offering the newest and most reliable technologies that work for business.
IT for Accountants
Shoshin Technologies Inc offers technology solutions to meet the needs of today’s money managers
Accountants are some of the most important people associated with a business, even though many of them aren’t employed by that business. Accountants are responsible for the collection, accuracy, analysis, recording, and presentation of a business' financial operation. While it doesn’t take a lot of high tech business solutions to balance a ledger, the use of today’s most dynamic cloud-based financial resources can present many benefits for accountants.
IT for Nonprofits
Flat-Rate IT Services Make Comprehensive Support Possible
At Shoshin Technologies Inc, we know that almost any business or organization can benefit from having a comprehensive plan for their IT management. Our flat-rate IT services provide a valuable solution for millions of companies, but for the nonprofit, they hold extra value. Having access to the tools and expertise that the organization wouldn’t normally be able to access provides an opportunity for nonprofits to do more good with their current budget.