I started Saturn Networks in 2008 as the economy was tanking. Probably not the best time to start a business, but it created a hardworking, resourceful and creative environment. After working in the IT field for 10 years, I wanted to do business with customers in a mutually beneficial fashion. I saw a need for clear communication and timely delivery on promises. As Saturn has grown from a one-person IT shop it feels more like family. It’s not just the customers’ success that is at stake.
While starting out Saturn shared office space with Wild South, then called the Southern Appalachian Biodiversity Project.
To date Saturn Networks has grown entirely via word of mouth. Clients and even other IT shops recommend us to their associates, friends and family. We do what we say we will.
Uh, my own short comings and distinct inability to spell.
No, not really, I like the way Saturn does business. Starting Saturn was the completely starting over portion of the program. There were some lean years in the beginning.
Do what you say you will.
I see Saturn growing further servicing larger companies with more employees than 50 as we tend to service now.