A consultant is usually an expert or a professional in a specific field and has a wide knowledge of the subject matter. A consultant usually works for a consultancy firm or is self-employed, and engages with multiple and changing clients. Thus, clients have access to deeper levels of expertise than would be feasible for them to retain in-house, and to purchase only as much service from the outside consultant as desired.

Whether you are updating your computer systems, trying to find a projector or just wondering how to budget for future technology needs, we can help with a consulting visit. Getting a third-party to help guide you can mean the difference between getting the best deal and getting taken. Netminister offers several options for consulting and can even specialize for your specific needs.  A consulting fee pays for itself in one purchase, saving your church thousands of dollars.  Some of the standard consulting services include:

  • Computer network analysis and recommendation

  • How to setup a technology committee and budget

  • Creating a replacement plan for your technology

  • What system is best?  Dell, Gateway, Home Built System?

  • Training, what is it and do you need it?

  • Saving money by using technology

For more information, including pricing specific to your organization Contact Us Online or 256.504.2498.  You can take a look at our Portfolio for more samples of our latest work.






Why Use Netminister?

Because we not only talk about reaching more people for Christ, we do something about it.  We contribute to our local church, providing monies directly to the Cooperative Program - that helps missionaries out in the field with support.  That is not enough, we corporately support missionaries beyond just our contributions to the CP, by sponsoring a family directly.  Does your website company do that?  Might want to ask them.  And if they aren't, should your church really be supporting them?  So supporting Netminister is really supporting outreach and missions for people around the world. 



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