In a managed service arrangement, the managed service provider retains responsibility for the functionality of the IT service and equipment, and the customer typically pays a monthly fee for receipt of the service. There are many different types of managed IT service offerings, but the idea behind all of them is to transfer the burden of maintaining IT from the customer to a service provider. In an effective managed services relationship, a customer benefits from predictable pricing and the ability to focus on core business concerns rather than IT management chores.
Have you ever needed to rent office space for your business? You get with a broker to find the space that you believe is right for you and pay for monthly fees to use the space. With IT infrastructure management, it’s the same idea. You are working with your MSP so that they can provide you with the tools you need to keep your IT systems safe and secure.

If you know you need a given amount of software development hours every month, but not enough to justify onboarding a full-time developer, members of our software development team can be scheduled for flexible time slots that fit your needs. Our developers are skilled and experienced in a wide variety of technologies, applications, platforms and programming languages, including (but not limited to): SharePoint/SharePoint Framework (SPFX), .NET/asp.NET, Office 365, cloud platforms such as Azure and AWS, Javascript, PHP, Python, React, Angular, SQL Server, C#, Nintex and more.

In House—the process where an organization hires its own IT service providers and pays their salary, benefits, and further training, as well as the infrastructure they oversee. This is typically an extremely costly endeavor, and often businesses that try to procure in-house IT lack the capabilities to fully service their system as well as an inability to grow.
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