Though any sort of client list runs a number of risks, we at Everitz Consulting recognize that potential clients like to see that we are not just a flash in the pan, so we have put together this portfolio of some of our clients. Just for you.
For those that like numbers instead of pictures, we have completed hundreds of projects for at least that many customers (after all, it isn't like one guy in Timbuktu is running everything). Quite frankly, numbers are often difficult to quantify. There are whole industries of people who do nothing but numbers, and we're more interested in other pursuits.
If we did try and look at things strictly by the numbers, we would have to come up with a way of doing so. That is complicated by the fact that some people like to do things on their own, with a little push, while others like us to do most of the work. Either approach is fine, but it makes the counting process that much more difficult.
As you can see, it's tough to keep track of exact numbers if we just try and count "customers". When you throw "projects" in the mix, it's even worse. Now, more than ever before, "locations" matter even less. Get the picture?
Just know that we've helped a lot of folks, and we'd like to help you.
Now, since we haven't had time to get an image of every customer, and since we can't control what people do once we've turned the project over to them, it means that sometimes these sites will go down. We even do work for people that don't have sites. There are also (gasp) a few people out there who don't like pictures. So we also have a big list of names, just to make sure we cover as many bases as possible.
If you are the owner of one (or more) of any of the links on this page, and don't want to be mentioned here, simply let us know and we'll remove you from the list. It is not our intention to irritate - merely to showcase the breadth of our offerings. For those doing the browsing, it just means that sometimes people don't like being in the spotlight. That makes it even tougher to keep accurate track of the numbers, but it is what it is.