I’m sure you’ve heard it before; Managed Service Providers will save your company a lot of money.
However, it’s rare that someone explains to you exactly how, and how much an MSP can save you.
Most of your business decisions are based on cost versus profit – it’s usually the determining reason for companies to embrace cloud technologies. Money is also the most common determining factor for outsourcing your IT needs to an MSP.
Well, the economic benefits of outsourcing to an MSP have finally been weighed and measured. CompTIA conducted a survey taken of 400 businesses that have recently hired out their IT needs to an MSP, within the past year. The results indicate 96% of respondents agree that Managed Services save them a substantial amount of money annually.
But just how much?
- 184 respondents indicated a reduced cost of 25% or more
- 58 of the respondents above indicated reduced costs by over 50%
In addition to the astonishing records of reduced costs, over 89% of respondents were very happy with the experience and expertise their MSP delivered. Their reasoning for this response included security, ease of use, flexibility, and increased uptime.
There is no longer any reason for you to doubt the economic advantages associated with outsourcing to an MSP – CompTIA wouldn’t lie to you.
And lets not forget the collective saved costs that accompany reduced accidental downtime. You’re practically guaranteed to save money by outsourcing your IT support.
Take it from the experts!
Here at OffSite IT we boast a 99% satisfaction rate from clients. Most MSP’s will only offer maintenance and remote monitoring, which is fine if you only want an “In case of emergency” provider. The difference between them and us is responsiveness, and approachability. We strive to become a part of your team, a strategic partner that is always looking out for you.
If you’re looking for a top-notch Managed Service Provider, we’re your guys.
Contact OffSite IT right now at (866) 828- or 6674info@offsiteIT.com
P.S. We guarantee you’ll be happy you made the call.