Refer a business to Red9. Get $500

At Red9, we believe that referrals are the greatest forms of flattery. If you know someone who is worried about any aspect of their business technology, do them a favor and put them in touch with us.

Here is how you can earn some CASH, and join Red9’s 200 Club:

  1. Fill out the form at the top of this page with your referral, or call/email us with your referral information.
  2. We will call to schedule a consultation with your referral, and send you a $250 check the day we meet!
  3. If your referral becomes a managed service client of ours, we will send you a check for another $250.
  4. Welcome to The 200 Club, good friend!

By recommending partners, associates, or professional contacts, you can help them enjoy worry-free IT and reap some rewards for yourself. We look forward to hearing from you!

It was a delightful surprise to receive my referral check in the mail.

Yielded some very impressive results

The breadth and depth of knowledge of the Microsoft SQL Database platform and ancillary technology stack that Mark brought, has already yielded some very impressive results from both a physical and logical architecture perspective.

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Quickly identified and fixed SQL performance issues we had struggled with for weeks

Mark was able to quickly identify and fix several SQL performance issues we had been struggling to trace for several weeks. Additionally, he made several other recommendations and configuration changes that had a significant positive impact on database performance.

Nick Kelland
Vice President of Ops & IT, SJV & Associates

With little notice, Mark was able to find and fix a number of different SQL misconfigurations and wasteful practices.

After a weekend of work, the customer realized a 60% decrease in CPU utilization as a direct result of Mark's work.

Jason Milgram
Azure Practice Director, Champion Solutions Group, AllAware.com

Complex and heavy 5,000+ concurrent connection databases need tuning, indexes, best practices, up-time, and smooth performance over all

He has mastered the understanding of complex, heavy load TSQL transactions. When tuning, database structure, indexes, stored procedure, best practices, up-time, and smooth performance are all important, Mark is the type of DBA who truly knows how to keep these high standards.

Tim Janssen
Application Manager, Service King

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