What Are Managed IT Services?

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What are Managed IT Services?

Managed IT Services provide the competitive advantage businesses are looking for.

Managed IT service is now a $340+ billion dollar industry in the United States and growing rapidly. This is due to the fact that businesses are becoming more and more dependent on their technology. Technology used to simply aid a business, but now it has become the main driving factor in a business’s success. For many businesses, their technology has become their own competitive advantage.

This increasing dependency on technology has businesses searching for not just an “IT guy” but a comprehensive and customer-friendly IT company. That company is Cinch I.T. Our franchise owners use a consultative and customer-friendly approach daily to keep their clients efficient and profitable.

Even businesses that have their own internal IT department are now using managed IT service providers like Cinch I.T. Our franchise owners also provide supplemental support to these internal departments, often times providing the day-to-day help desk, monitoring and security functions so that IT managers can focus on strategic planning.

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Why are so many businesses turning to managed IT service providers like Cinch I.T.?

For starters, managed IT services provide a 24/7 consultant who advises these businesses on what hardware and software to invest in and how to best utilize that technology. In other words, businesses are looking to Cinch I.T. to help provide them with a competitive advantage.

No longer are the days when a company could take a “break-fix” approach to technology — waiting for something to break and then scrambling to repair or replace the failed equipment. Today, that method is simply too expensive. In today’s world, downtime often means that employees are being paid to sit around and do nothing. It also means missing phone calls and emails, which equates to losing new and existing business. The damage to a company’s reputation alone can be enough to put them out of business.

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