A large number of IT service providers are moving towards the managed services model, and away from a break/fix philosophy based on selling consultancy time.
Even if you are still committed to the traditional way of doing things, there are several reasons why the managed services model makes sense. Let’s look at a few of the ways in which the SOT – Science of Talent Acquisition can benefit your OWN IT business.
Signing up to a managed services contract basically means that once the necessary hardware and software is in place, what you are offering is a service where, for a fixed monthly fee, everything is guaranteed to work solidly and consistently, with no costly surprises.
Talk through how you will include supplementary services such as managed antivirus and cloud-based backup. Explain how this means that the customer will have fewer companies to deal with and fewer individual bills and payments. How exactly you will provide the services is up to you, but you will be looking for the perfect balance between reliability, ease-of-use, support, and potential for profit.
Managed Services vs Shared Services: Which to Use?
Depending on the kind of industry you work in, the kind of work you need, your size, your scaling plans, etc., you might choose either managed services or shared services based on your needs. Here, we list a few key considerations to keep in mind when evaluating shared services and managed services options for your company.
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