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Ep 97: Small Business IT with Orrin Klopper, CEO at Netsurit

March 20, 20232 min read

Ep 97: Small Business IT with Orrin Klopper, CEO at Netsurit


Dealing with technology and IT issues is far too often a thorn in the side of small business owners who - quite frankly - have enough on their plate already without worrying about security updates and malware issues.

Enter today’s guest: Orrin Klopper is on a mission to enable and empower entrepreneurs and small biz owners with honest, predictable tech and IT support. He’s the CEO of Netsurit, an IT, Cloud, and Security service provider (MSP) that helps organizations innovate and embrace digital transformation to ensure tech challenges are never in the way of them achieving their dreams. Through adoption and automation, he has seen his clients increase productivity and triple the return on their investment. 

We also cover standard IT processes for in-office versus remote workers, the importance of investing in training, what he was able to achieve through organic marketing efforts, what it’s like working in a very competitive industry, and the criteria he looks for when acquiring companies.

If you’re ready to explore how automation and new technologies can improve productivity, don’t miss this episode. 

 What You’ll Learn:

  • How they’re staying ahead amidst a very competitive market

  • Recommended IT protocols for new businesses.

  • 3 ways small businesses can protect their IT infrastructure.

  • How he’s growing his company through acquisitions

  • …and much more!


Favorite Quote:

 “If the leadership team is adopting it, it trickles down through the rest of the organization.”


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