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About teknowledgies

Teknowledgies, LLC, is a Silicon Valley-based consulting service. It was founded by Kim Lain and Tom Doherty who, collectively have over four decades of experience and expertise to offer. Our goal is to provide exceptional business consulting services to companies of all types and sizes.

Scaling to $1 Billion – Backoffice Basics

Hero or Xero? The Right Accounting System for Your Startup You’ve just gotten a chunk of Series A money. And you’ve gotta make it last. But you need equipment, a bigger office space, more employees, sales revenue, and most importantly, … Continue reading

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Cool Stuff! Listen While You Work!

Science proves it – whistling while you work does help!  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1313993/The-Dwarfs-right-Whistling-work-makes-job-better.html If the Seven Dwarfs had had today’s music technology, they probably would’ve been jammin’ to Nirvana while they worked. And who knows how their lives would’ve turned out differently.  … Continue reading

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MYaaS Is Now Online

I know we’ve talked about Software as a Service (SaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).  Now enters Management Yield as a Service (MYaaS) as part of a new product offering.   Here’s a quick … Continue reading

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Bet a Beer – and Maybe Your Career – on HyEx

I just read yet another so-called white paper touting the advantages of an OpEx-centric approach to datacenter services.  The message is that you have to be an idiot if you actually buy IT infrastructure rather than rent it.  It further … Continue reading

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What We Do

Teknowledgies, LLC, provides consulting services in two basic areas: accounting/finance and sales/marketing. Accounting/Finance Teknowledgies offers accounting and finance consulting including financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, costing, risk management, financial system integration, metrics/scorecard development, and policy/procedure implementation. In addition we can develop … Continue reading

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