Interview with The Daily Progress

QuickFix owner and CEO, Bryant Harrison, was interviewed recently by Brian McKenzie at The Daily Progress. Check it out!

QuickFix owner and CEO, Bryant Harrison, was interviewed recently by Brian McKenzie at The Daily Progress. They discussed the who, what and why of QuickFix and we really enjoyed sharing our passion with them!

Did you buy the business and, if so, how long has it been open?
I started QuickFix out of the back of my Honda Civic.

Briefly explain what your business provides to the local community and what makes it unique.
We provide “nothing.” Folks give us money every month to take care of their technology and we give them nothing in return, no headaches, no long nights, no computer hacks, no data loss, no frustrations. If they remember our phone number, then we have failed them.

The goal of QuickFix has become to be as invisible as the power company. How often when you walk in the room and turn on the lights do you say to yourself, “I’m so glad that my lights came on quickly today. Usually they take forever to turn on!”

Electricity is invisible unless it stops working. Then you remember! We are getting close to making business technology invisible. Our clients can now just use their computers, email or website and know that the security, updates, maintenance, backups, etc. are all being done in the background for them.

Why did you decide to go into business?
I needed to make some cash to finish up my cognitive science degree at [the University of Virginia]. I was good at fixing computers so I started to fix neighbors’ stuff around Forest Lakes to make some cash. Having food to eat is a powerful motivator!

Read the rest of the interview on The Daily Progress.

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