AMT is built on the assumption that the management of information technology for business is like legal advice, accounting, graphic arts, and other bodies of knowledge, in that it is not inherently a do-it-yourself prospect.
Smart business people who aren't computer hobbyists need to find quality vendors of reliable hardware, software, service, and support and they need to use these quality vendors as they use their other professional service suppliers—as trusted allies. It serves its clients as a trusted ally, providing them with the loyalty of a business partner and the economics of an outside vendor.
We make sure that our clients have what they need to run their businesses at peak performance levels, with maximum efficiency and reliability.
Since many of our information applications are mission-critical, we give our clients the confidence that we'll be there when they need us.
Copies of our brochure and advertisements are attached as appendices.
Of course, one of our first tasks will be to change the messaging of our literature to make sure we are selling the company, rather than the product.
We will not be able to compete in any effective way with the chains using boxes or products as appliances.
We need to offer a real alliance that feels personal.
Mary Bellis, known by some as Calm X, was an experimental artist, film director and producer, video game content creator, and freelance writer for some 18 years.
She specialized in writing about inventors and inventions, in particular. The following business plan for the fictional firm of "Acme Management Technology" (AMT) is an example of what a completed business plan might look like.