Articles by Davis Merrey

About Davis Merrey

Davis, is Owner/CEO of TeamLogic IT of Oklahoma City, part of an international network of franchisees providing IT support for businesses. He brings many years of experience in a variety of technology related industries, leading teams in providing technical solutions that respond to critical customer needs. The company culture is defined by its Mission Statement: “To help our fellow employees and clients be successful”.

Davis earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and an MBA in Management from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He serves on several business related and non-profit boards of directors.

Ask (the right) questions – Part 4

By Davis Merrey | September 1, 2020

A few years ago, a customer told me my competitor had dropped in and described a service that might improve his company’s productivity. My customer asked if we could provide this service and when I answered “yes” he asked why we had not told him about it. Wow! Was I embarrassed! Fortunately, we still have…

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Ask (the right) questions – Part 3

By Davis Merrey | August 4, 2020

A colleague told me about his conversation with the owner of an appointment setting service. She gave several examples of types of companies she likes to work with. He then asked her about referrals she would rather not receive from him. She replied, “IT service providers.” He thought, “Oh, I can’t wait to share this with Davis!” She told…

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Ask (the right) questions – Part 2

By Davis Merrey | July 7, 2020

Working from home now has its own acronym (WFH). The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly done its share to increase interest in WFH, but frankly, job seekers are asking for it more often and employers are seriously considering WFH as a strategy for expansion and cost savings. So, if interested in employing such a strategy, where does…

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Ask (the right) questions

By Davis Merrey | June 1, 2020

Years ago, I asked my CPA how could I know if he was doing his job?  His answer was “Ask Questions.” At first, I thought “I don’t know what to ask.” But as he gave some examples of questions I should ask, I began to understand.  Frankly, I had engaged a CPA because I was told…

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