Third Tier (www.thirdtier.net) provides services for technology consultants. They provide education and assistance on a wide variety of topics.
I caught up with Amy Babinchak a few days ago to find out what new and cool. It turns out there’s LOTS of great news from Third Tier. Their SMB Kitchen project is going strong – with a new program coming soon.
One of their cool new programs is call Look, a Whale. The program is designed to help you with major problems, major projects, and taking on new Whale-Size clients. My brother Manuel is the new whale tamer at Third Tier. (I wish I had that on my resume.)
Another cool program features our long-time friend Rayanne Buchianico, helping people get their finances set up properly for running an efficient technology consulting business. That program is called Tech Your Books. I’ve worked with Rayanne personally for a long time and think she provides an amazing service. Check it out.
The original reason I asked Amy for an interview was her new Micro-Staffing program. Third Tier is ramping up to provide top-level technicians for your “team” on an ongoing basis with very little commitment. Think about that: A genius-level technician at your disposal. You get their cell phone and can have them do a variety of tasks as members of your company’s tech support department. Very cool.
Check out the podcast to hear all the details.
Note: After we recorded this podcast, but before I could post it, I had an urgent need for assistance. I called on Third Tier and Mr. Philip Elder came to the rescue. It was a great experience, and I posted some details about it on my Small Biz Thoughts blog.
Here’s the recorded webinar Amy refers to in the podcast: http://www.thirdtier.net/2014/12/third-tier-2015-sneak-preview/
SMB Kitchen: http://www.thirdtier.net/smbkitchen-asp/
Look, A Whale: http://www.thirdtier.net/look-a-whale/
Tech Your Books: http://www.thirdtier.net/tech-your-books/
Catch our Dec 16th Odd Tuesdays episode!
Rayanne Buchianico also joins the show in our Oddballs segment. Rayanne talks about her MSP course – the Financial Processes That Make All the Difference. The course is geared for MSPs and covers such topics as: separation of accounting and financial duties, entities and tax considerations, cash flow forecasting, and more over a five-week online teaching structure.
You can find the Dec 16th’s Odd Tuesdays episode here.
And don’t forget to listen for the show coupon that will give you discounts on the 2015 MSP Courses Lineup over at Great Little Seminar!
Check out Nov 4th’s Odd Tuesdays episode where Karl talks with Results Software‘s Mike Honig about their expanded CRM system.
And our Oddballs segment in this episode features Small Business MVP Amy Babinchak discussing the importance of MSPs building and developing vendor relationships.
You can find the Nov 4th’s episode here.