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4 Benefits You Won’t Believe About Managed IT

4 Benefits You Won’t Believe About Managed IT

How does your organization manage its mission-critical technology solutions? We know that most small businesses have some sort of trouble with this topic, either due to budget constraints or a lack of personnel. Either way, we know that there is a better way to manage your business’ technology, and it’s all thanks to an approach called managed IT services.

Some small businesses rely on their staff to ensure technology maintenance occurs regularly, however, this might be a mistake. Your employees don’t have the same skills and certifications that a trained IT technician will have. Furthermore, if you don’t have an in-house IT department, chances are your employees simply don’t have anyone to go to if they are having technology troubles, forcing them to figure out the problems for themselves.

You didn’t hire these specialists to do their job, plus IT maintenance. You hired them to do a job--and chances are that they are spending more time than necessary on troubleshooting their technology and not being productive. Your business doesn’t have the time or resources to wasting on continuous technology troubles. Instead, let the IT professionals at Telesys Voice and Data handle this responsibility. Here are four benefits that your organization can take advantage of with managed IT.

User Productivity
When your employees can reach out for assistance with their IT troubles whenever they need it, they are much more productive. Too many decision makers are concerned over how much money break-fix IT maintenance is going to cost their company. However, when employees don’t get the IT help they need, they can’t focus on their work, creating a revenue problem. With managed IT, your technology is maintained in a more effective way: proactively. With your workstations running better, your workforce can be more productive.

Fewer IT Expenses
Managed IT means that your business’ technology is going to be maintained regularly, which can reduce the amount of cost your organization is inundated with. You’ll also be at a reduced risk of hardware failure because replacing expensive equipment like workstations or servers is largely preventable if they are properly maintained.

Higher IT Staff Productivity
Let’s say that you have an in-house IT department. Chances are that they don’t have time to address all of the responsibilities they have been given. They likely only have time to devote to helping your employees with their technology problems, or implementing new solutions designed to enhance organizational productivity. By working with a managed IT provider, you can supplement your IT staff so that all of your IT issues have coverage.

Greater Return on Investment
Break-fix IT is a problem for many organizations because it accrues major long-term costs. Add in a couple of hardware failures, and the downtime they cause, and you have a major issue at hand. Managed IT resolves these issues for a small monthly fee, rather than a major up-front expense. Therefore, you pay less for more, offering a greater return on investment.

Does your business’ budget need some relief? You’re not alone--plenty of small businesses need the flexibility that managed IT can provide. Telesys Voice and Data can help your organization succeed by improving the way you manage your technology. Call us today at (800) 588-4430.

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