What is Managed IT?
As a business owner you probably handle your IT one of two ways: When tech trouble strikes, you spend your own time tinkering with the problem until you either fix it or give up because you don’t know what you’re doing. This wastes time, which wastes resources, which wastes money, and so on and so forth until the situation gets so severe that you’re forced to shell out an arm and a leg just to get things back on track. Or, you’re profitable enough that you can afford your own IT department. That may sound like the optimal route to take, but in 2016, unless you’re a major corporation, paying an individual (or individuals) to solely focus on IT is no longer cost effective. In fact, that game plan usually ends up being like throwing money into a black hole. What if your IT guy goes on vacation? Gets sick? Abruptly quits? These are hypothetical you cannot ignore if you want your company to be successful. Simply put, your business is toast if your tech isn’t on point.
Why is Managed IT for you?
You never know when your equipment will fail, and when it does you better have a straightforward plan in place to right the ship. Your IT department’s true value isn’t measured by the number of times you have to call them for assistance, it’s the lack there of.
The beauty of MIT is the fact that it is a “managed” solution for your tech woes, giving you the ability to completely drop IT from your list of responsibilities. When you fully outsource your IT work to us, you can be rest assured that you will pay the lowest price for the highest quality service. The best part is, you never have to worry about overpaying for miscellaneous services you don’t need. Far too often we hear from prospective clients explaining their confusion about what they’re actually getting from whoever their IT provider happens to be at the time. Companies are getting sneakier with their terminology, making service contracts nearly impossible to read without the help of your friendly attorney.
Unfortunately to the consumer these practices are completely legal, and more often than not it causes clients to overpay or worse, pay for services they didn’t ask for. That’s where we come in. Over the course of the last 10 years, we’ve earned the business of many clients simply by viewing their current IT service contracts and consulting them on ways to free up their budget while maximizing efficiency. Just call us.