1. The solution that elevates the desired outcome to “the Next Level”.
1. To challenge conventional problem-solving by viewing the scenario in a uniquely out-of-the-box manner to yield an innovative result.
Plan A (known for it's traditonal roots);
Plan B (known as a Secondary or Alternate Idea construed similarly to Plan A)
Plan N applies a simple "get back to the basics" approach that learns from the past and leverages today’s capabilities to improve the future.
In January 2002, Ron Nielsen started a small technical support company (Tech-Knowledgy Services) in Northern Virginia which has grown slowly and progressively throughout the last decade. Nielsen believes that the key to TK Services’ success is simply being true to their core values, listening to client suggestions and making adjustments as necessary.
In August 2008, Tiffany Jones of Davenport Iowa moved to Northern Virginia to escape the eminent collapse of the mid-west economy as she watched factories move jobs across our borders and overseas. Schools shut down, businesses went bankrupt and entire communities were abandoned.
At a networking event, where she met Mr. Nielsen, Ms Jones began to see a common need that small business owner’s had for part-time or “pooled” administrative assistance.
In early 2009 Ms Jones and Mr. Nielsen devised a concept that would leverage cloud-based technology to bridge communications and cost effectively allow teams of administrators to work from home, anywhere in the country, and perform the admin responsibilities small businesses were struggling to complete. In August 2009, Exec-u-sist was founded.
Mr. Nielsen’s Tech-Knowledgy Services provided the technical capabilities Exec-u-sist needed in trade for administrative support. This partnership sparked the notion of creating a business model that significantly reduced overhead expenses by pooling resources yet increased profitability by improving staff efficiency. Shortly thereafter, Plan N, LLC was born.
This concept created a new series of challenges to overcome such as how to leverage shared assets, payroll liability, credit card processing, and other resources. In response, three new internal companies quickly emerged; N-Title (Unified Asset Management), N-Force (Unified Staff Management) and N-Charge (Unified Payment Processing).
While Plan N is a joint venture between Nielsen and Jones, both are independently committed to the specific needs of their respective clients. This union was created to strengthen their overall ability to service their clients, to stabilize the ebb and flow of each company’s economic seasons, to simplify operations and minimize risk. Today, Plan N has created new companies, brands and initiatives that help promote US job growth, fiscal and ecological responsibility by helping other company's leverage Managed Virtual Services.
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