In 1999, AT-NET started out as just a couple of engineers servicing a handful of small and medium businesses (SMBs). We had dreams of becoming the largest technology group in the Southeast, working with enterprise-level customers all over the world.
During this journey, our team discovered that this purely transactional business wasn’t fulfilling for us, and we sought more of a local, homegrown partnership with our clients. It became clear to us.
We aren’t in the computer business; we’re in the people business.
We altered our course back to our roots: servicing the SMB market. Working with our local SMBs has helped us form long-term relationships in our community and brought enjoyment to both AT-NET and our clients.