There are four scientifically proven differences between a good company and a great one. At Lifeline we invest a tremendous amount of energy and resources to ensure that our clients are becoming the greatest companies they can be.
As a business owner or manager, your focus should always be on improving consistency, efficiency, and quality to better serve your customers. But realistically, you can’t focus on these things undistracted without a partner backing you up, maintaining the processes that you put in place and always looking for ways to make them better. That’s what we do.
More uptime in the office means more downtime outside the office.
Enjoy the agility of a small business with the security of a global corporation.
We partner with you to identify obstacles to profitability before they arise.
We apply creative solutions, best practices, and technical processes to every part of your business to help enrich customer service and increase profitability. Lifeline is the only Complete Solutions Provider (CSP) in Southern Oregon, offering solutions that drive results.
Your business revolves around your customers, and your work should, too. Our top priority is ensuring that you never have to spend time thinking about technology.
A staff focused on customer service does not have time to navigate inefficient processes or deal with technical errors. We take the frustration out of your employees’ lives by actively maintaining the tools they depend on, eliminating interruptions from their workflow.
We’re not talking about data storage and disaster recovery here (though of course, we do that too). When we talk about backing you up, we’re talking about supporting you in making your vision for your business a reality.
What Lifeline gives us is peace of mind, and if we didn’t have that, I couldn’t put a price on the stress.
Lifeline started by figuring out my vision, and they have always worked around me to make it happen. I’ve yet to stump them.
The first conversation you ever have with a strategic business partner should not be about technology. It should be about your business, vision, workflow, and the opportunities that exist to help you grow.
Let's learn about each other.
Like any good first date, there will be questions. We want to learn about your vision, needs, and workflow. You’ll definitely want to learn about our bold philosophy on the relationship between business and technology.
And like any good first date, you’ll come away excited to meet again.
We focus on outcome, and nothing more.
It’s time to have a real discussion about Lifeline’s process, how we help companies grow and scale, and the results that we consistently deliver – regardless of the technology you’re using.
This is the part of the process where we stop simply talking about all the things we do, and we start doing them.
We've got your back at all times.
We take pride in our unique ability to be a partner who uses technology to help you attain real business goals, but of course that wouldn't be possible without our savvy team of normal humans who can communicate technical concepts in a relatable, goal-driven way. If you're only looking for a help desk that you can call in times of crisis, there are plenty of ``Managed Services Providers`` in the world.
Micah is the Founder and CEO of Lifeline. A deep understanding of small to medium size business economics, growth challenges, and business processes is what drove him to start Lifeline.
Susan is masterful at attaining maximum utilization of internal and field technical resources through daily dispatch of service requests. She continually receives high praise from clients and vendors alike for her quick, friendly and knowledgeable responses.
Shane manages the day-to-day operations of the firm, ensuring the magic never stops. He leads the planning, design, implementation, and support for all technology related ventures at Lifeline and for our clients.
As VCIO, Delmar collaborates with and advises our clients’ IT departments. As a Virtual Chief Information Officer he performs the same functions as an internal CIO including formulating strategic IT goals, planning the IT budget, analyzing and reworking business processes and facilitating technology changes.