So much to be thankful for…
When I look back on 2012, I stand in awe of where InfoTech has come. It never ceases to amaze me when an opportunity walks through the door that turns into something better than I could've ever imagined. To be sure, we've had our share of "incidents" this year, but overall the growth and success we've experienced has been overwhelming. I'd like to take some time to thank all the people that have been an integral part in this roller coaster ride I've been on the past 12 months.
First, I'd like to thank my clients. Without your continued support and patronage none of this would be possible. Somehave been with me for years and others have come onboard very recently. To all of you I can't say 'thank you' enough. I appreciate your patience especially the last 3 months during a period of growing pains. I trust that your loyalty to InfoTech is a testament to the service you're receiving. I pledge that the quality you've grown to expect will not waiver in the coming New Year.
Thanks to my vendors. I've had the privilege of meeting many new faces this year, and the result has been superb. I have someone to call for just about every client need that comes across my desk. There are too many of you to name, for fear I'd leave someone out, but I think you know who you are. I hope that I can benefit your business as much as you've supported mine.
And where would I be without my employees? Thanks Ally, Connie, and Daniel, for all your hard work and dedication to my company. I appreciate your putting your trust in me and giving me a chance to prove myself as a manager for the first time. A special thanks to Ally and Connie who bear the brunt on my rants on a daily basis. The wall of my office is just so darn thin, and we all know how my voice carries…
Thanks to Mr. Weston Berchtold. You had the faith to partner with me, and I wouldn't be where I am without you. To say you took some risk coming on board would be an understatement, and I can honestly say that it's one of the best decisions I ever made to partner with you. I trust that we can take InfoTech to new heights that we couldn't have done on our own and hope that the feeling is mutual. We'll get you your own office eventually, don't worry.
And where would I be without my gorgeous wife? Abi, you've been my rock and fortress, through thick and thin. You've never doubted me and have supported me from the very beginning. I love you from the bottom of my heart and thank you for believing in me even when I didn't believe in myself. You will always be the Chairman of the Board of my heart.
And most of all, I thank my Lord and my God. None of this would be possible unless He wasn't in it from the start, orchestrating every situation. Weston and I have a prayer time at the start of every week to thank God for His providence and to ask Him to guide our every decision. I hope that we can shine His light to those in our path and recognize Him as the Giver of all good things. Thank you, Lord, for blessing me and my business.
May He bless you too during this Christmas season and throughout the New Year!
InfoTech Solutions and Services, Inc.