First, you need to have the technical skills required to offer LAN maintenance contracts. You should be able to assemble, sell, and service networks while answering any questions your clients may have. But those aren't the only skills you'll need.
Financial skills are integral to running a successful business. Answer these questions honestly to decide if offering LAN maintenance agreements is right for you:
How are you at purchasing and controlling inventory?
Do you have accounting skills in addition to technical aptitude?
Can you make money from it?
Remote technology has made it possible for you to provide LAN maintenance agreements to companies all over the world. You need excellent people skills to sell networks and create relationships with clients. Here are a few more questions you should ask yourself:
Will you have the necessary "people" skills to handle difficult, demanding customers who have signed up for LAN Maintenance Contracts?
Can you generate LAN Maintenance Contracts business?
How good are you at marketing your LAN Maintenance Contracts services?
Taking the Next Step
If you answered "yes" to most of the questions in this article, it may be time for you to begin earning an income offering LAN maintenance agreements. Before you begin, learn more about owning and operating your computer consulting business in the complete article (link above).
Added by Joshua Feinberg