As a full service consulting and marketing company, SlightEdge has been hired by some of the largest companies in the Country.

We target the customers you can serve most profitably. We search out the best ways to reach these customers and build the infrastructure you need to get your marketing done, fill the gaps in your team and marketing programs—all without adding overhead. Finally, we'll evaluate effectiveness and make the appropriate adjustments so you can get the best return on your marketing investment.

Fiber Optics

Telecommunications has been the basis of our sales and marketing campaigns for years. We have proven to be extremely effective in several different settings and markets. We have successfully implemented telecommunications campaigns dealing with Voice, Data, and Video services using Copper Technology as well as Fiber Optics.  Fiber optics is glass or plastic hair thin threads that deliver data over a network. The threads are bound tightly together and use waves of light to transmit the data.  Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber. 

There are many advantages using Fiber Optics: Thinner than regular cable (metal), Digital rather than analog data transmission, Fiber optics carry more bandwidth than traditional metal.  Fiber optics is replacing traditional copper within networks across the country and around the world.


With deregulation of natural gas and electric services becoming more and more frequent, the retail energy market has become one of our fastest growing industries. We have had success in both the residential market as well as the larger commercial market, and have even worked on hybrid campaigns selling both simultaneously.  One desired effect of the competition is lower electricity rates, however, the price to beat seems to have accomplished its goal of attracting competitors to the market.  It has allowed competitors to enter the market without allowing the incumbents to undercut them in price. It has also given energy consumers the ability to compare energy rates offered by different providers.


Office supplies are all the supplies regularly used in offices by businesses and other organizations It includes small, expendable, daily use items such as paper clips, post-it notes, and staples, small machines such as hole punches, binders, staplers and laminators, writing utensils and paper, but also encompasses higher-cost equipment like computers, printers, fax machines, photocopiers and cash registers, as well as office furniture. Many businesses in the office supply industry have recently expanded into related markets for businesses like copy centers, which facilitate the creation and printing of business collateral such as business cards and stationery, plus printing and binding of high quality, high volume business and engineering documents. Some businesses also provide services for shipping, including packaging and bulk mailing.


Businesses in the U.S. cannot operate anymore without accepting credit/debit cards from consumers, leaving us with an endless customer base to operate in for clients that can offer businesses a low processing fee.


Primarily successful in the small to medium-size commercial market, shipping is one of our oldest industries of operation. Flat-rate packaging and establishing long-term commercial accounts have both sold very well.

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy uses energy sources that are continually replenished by nature—the sun, the wind, water, the Earth’s heat, and plants. Renewable energy technologies turn these fuels into usable forms of energy—most often electricity, but also heat, chemicals, or mechanical power.  The nation’s energy needs are expected to grow by 33 percent during the next 20 years. Renewable energy can help fill the gap.

Technology & RideSharing

By effectively using new communication capabilities, including mobile technology and GPS, there are several attempts to enable dynamic or real-time ridesharing systems.  Dynamic ridesharing refers to a system which supports an automatic ride-matching process between participants on very short notice or even en-route