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TOP TEN REASONS
WHY YOU SHOULD
CHOOSE A MANAGED IT
Any good business owner realises how important it is in
business, to focus on your strengths and outsource the
areas you know aren’t your strong points.
Managed services sees companies outsourcing instead of
running IT related processes in-house.
Here below are the top 10 reasons why you should
consider utilising managed IT services.
Managed services assist business in lowering
their overall costs and help them to understand
the areas where they stand to improve
1. Reduced operating costs
Anyone involved in business knows how important it is to
keep costs down.
In our experience, when companies try to do everything
themselves, their research, development and operation
expenses are through the rough.
This just isn’t the most efficient or effective way of
2. Flexible service
Depending on who you choose to work with, most
managed services providers can offer extreme flexibility.
A pay as you go payment plan allows you to pay for
whatever you need to accelerate your growth, while being
able to take a step back and dedicate resources elsewhere
3. Gain access to valuable resources
Don’t have internal IT resources in-house? No problem!
With managed services, you can gain access to all the
technology you need to support your business’ growth.
4. Reduced financial risks
As you know, we love our technology but it is incredibly
difficult to keep up with the latest technology.
Doing so often requires a significant investment that
doesn’t always pay off in the long-term.
When you work with a third party, you’re reducing the risk
to your own company greatly.
5. Increased efficiency
Most companies deal with bottlenecks and organisational
roadblocks on a daily basis.
Using manage services helps you to identify and resolve
these issues before they become a real problem for your
6. Benefit from external expertise
When using a third party service, your company benefits
from having access to staff with a specialist skill-set.
It’s pretty impossible to train your team to be able to
handle everything you’ll ever need in business and
chances are, a lot of the skills we’re talking about here will
only be required once.
Why spend time and money training staff in areas they
won’t be using in the long-term?
It makes much more sense to outsource.
It’s incredibly beneficial to centralise all of your
applications and servers within managed data centres.
Not only does this take care of any storage and backup
needs, it also helps your staff to perform better, regardless
of where they are based.
8. You’ll be helping our planet
What kind of world do you want to leave your kids with?
When you opt to centralise all of your critical business
systems within data centres, you’re saving huge amounts
Not only is this great for your hip pocket - you’re also
lowering your carbon footprint and helping our planet.
9. Obtain the best of the best for your business
In order to compete, leading managed service providers
must constantly upgrade and use the best technologies
and equipment out there.
When you engage with one of these third parties, you’re
benefiting from having the best of the best for your
business without taking on any financial risk.
It’s the best of both worlds!
10. Give you Business Goals a boost
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that we’re always
saying that all of your business activities, should
ultimately contribute to your bigger business goals.
It can help to work with a third party to take stock of where
your business is at and make sure the services you’re
engaging in are helping you to get to where you want to
Sometimes, this is really hard to do when living and
breathing your business day-in, day-out.
Find out how Woven can help you with outsourcing