Signs It’s Time to Outsource My IT Administration

Jul 6, 2017 4:18:39 PM

As Innovative Companies Grow, the Need for Customized IT Support Does Too

A full-time IT support employee or team of employees can be an expensive investment with questionable ROI for many small and medium-sized businesses. In-house technical resources are often under-utilized as more and more companies adopt data center cloud services and Software as a Service business applications. Business owners want to get the full value from their employees, while the employees want to attain their career goals and contribute to business growth.

As more IT professionals shift from maintenance and break-fix roles into more strategic positions, as well as grow new skills surrounding cloud services, virtual server management, and SaaS configuration, IT personnel may not be the best use of your company’s budget funds. But how do you know when to consider outsourcing your IT administration? Are you concerned about the utilization levels of your IT administrators and internal support resources?

We have put together an eBook compiling some red flags to look for in your organization that should let you know it’s time to consider looking for an IT support company to provide administration services.

About Maintech

Maintech was founded in 1973 as a Third Party Maintenance (TPM) company delivering IT Hardware Maintenance services to the Financial Services and Telecommunications marketplaces. Over the years, Maintech has evolved into a truly Independent Services Organization (ISO) delivering a comprehensive portfolio of single-source Managed Services for IT Support Infrastructure, including Hardware Maintenance, NOC Monitoring, Server and Network Administration, Cloud Services, Help Desk, IT Asset Management/Destruction and much more.

Maintech serves customers ranging from SMBs to the Fortune 100 global enterprise marketplace. Collectively, Maintech and its sister company DecisionOne, represent the largest IT Support Services- only company in the market today.