Success Computer Consulting

World-class managed IT and security services for small and medium-sized businesses in the Twin Cities.

Optimizing your technology to create a productive and advanced work environment for your business.

Are we best in class? Certainly—but so are many of our peers. What sets us apart is that we have excess capacity everywhere, a strategy informed by the Theory of Constraints. This means we’re always ready to jump-start your projects and prioritize proactively enhancing your business. With 30 years of experience, SUCCESS has the tools and knowledge to optimize your technology and support your way of working.

Celebrating 30 Years of SUCCESS

We offer market leading computer consulting services, but we didn’t get to where we are overnight. Read on as we look back on our 30-year history, what we’ve learned and what’s to come.

We’ve been helping organizations like yours since 1992 and we’re at the top of our game. Our team’s depth of skill and tenure in the market ensure you receive the prompt support you need. We strive to make unlocking the true value of IT easy for our clients, and to elevate our industry as a whole by constantly adapting and improving.

SUCCESS aims to have a significant impact on our world that people can feel, and to be known as a company that uses all of its resources for the greater good of those we serve – our clients, our employees, and the community.

Managed IT

Our foundational IT experience that proactively monitors and protects your network while you focus on growing your business.


As technology evolves, so do threats. Protect your data, your reputation, your people, and your bottom line.

Microsoft 365

Discover what's possible for your business. Collaborate with ease, Accelerate productivity, Work securely from anywhere.

Make Good on a Promise

SUCCESS has been in business for more than 20 years. We are one of approximately 50,000+ companies that comprise our IT Managed Service Providers industry. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of “us” in Minnesota, alone.

We have participated in industry groups for many years. In fact, we have been lead facilitators in round tables that met quarterly sharing financial reports, best practices, and more. Our participation in these round tables remain and continue to provide value in our development. We benchmark against our peer companies across the country.

Like others in our industry, we use many of the same tools and survey the same methods. In fact, we know that the clear majority of MSP’s follow the same business model. This business model has been refined over the past decade to such an extent that we can compare ourselves in terms of Operational Maturity Level (OML) against thousands of other MSP’s. We compare well in all metrics in our industry, in fact, we excel in those most important to our clients. But, if that’s the case, what sets us apart from the thousands of other MSP’s?

The answer is that we are only one of a few that don’t entirely subscribe to the classic MSP Business Model. Over the past 4 years, we have adapted and continue to refine use of Theory of Constraints (TOC) in our business. For those unfamiliar with TOC, it is a way of doing business that most would consider both “counter-cultural” and “anti-cost accounting.”

In the simplest of terms, that means we have “too much of everything” in order deliver on our promises to our clients. Compared to other service providers, we don’t consider a “bench of people” underutilized resources that must be cut from the budget, but a necessary requirement to provide responsive service to our clients and future clients.

Our goal is to make good on our promises. To help us achieve this we must be able to consistently deliver not just when things go right, but also whether “Murphy’s Law” hits or opportunity strikes. Other MSP’s look to operate “efficiently”; we strive to meet the needs of our clients. The Theory of Constraints is an important methodology that allows our truly outstanding people to deliver an experience that is seldom met by others in our industry.


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