Outsourcing your IT

Outsourcing your IT

"Information Technology Solutions That Work For Your Business"

We offer a complete IT outsourcing solution for companies that require a dedicated “always-on” provider of computer networking and IT management services. With a fully staffed help desk service and highly experienced and competent team members, IT-Training & Consulting Inc. We has been providing hands on quality IT services to many satisfied clients of all industries. We continually update our skill-sets to ensure that you receive top notch IT support, computer repair and technology services. In addition to our great staff, we utilize sophisticated proprietary technologies to ensure that we can consistently deliver outstanding service day in and day out. If you are asking yourself the question ‘why should I outsource’, consider the following top reasons for outsourcing your IT department

Benefit #1: Gain Time to Focus on Core Business Functions

While corporate cloud computing has become a standard in the IT industry, various questions still arise for organizations. You can be sure your application and data will be fully accessible whenever and wherever you need it.

Benefit #2: Reduce Cost and Control Operating Expenses

Predictable IT costs. In almost all cases, small and medium-sized businesses will spend 25% to 50% less outsourcing IT over the cost of even a single full-time technology employee. Additional cost savings are realized since recruiting, training, vacation, sick days, turnover and other management issues are all taken out of the equation. When utilizing a professional technology services provider, costs are budgeted, fixed and controlled.

Benefit #3: Access Highly Specialized Talent

Outsourcing IT allows businesses to draw upon expertise that would otherwise be too expensive to develop and maintain in-house. The truth is that no single individual can know all they need to know. Professional IT services providers offer access to teams of IT specialists that deliver the cross-sectional IT knowledge needed to support current and future business networks.

Benefit #4: Reduce Downtime

Even a few minutes of systems downtime carries an enormous business cost. Maximizing uptime must be a high priority. Companies can no longer afford issues with internet connectivity, email communications, corrupt data or systems failure—the cost of reacting to these events is just too high. IT service providers offer planned approaches to pro-active systems maintenance, security, backup and disaster recovery. These coupled with remote systems monitoring and 24/7 response capabilities reduce and often eliminate costly downtime.

Benefit #5: Realize a Competitive Edge

IT services providers keep up with the latest information technologies through ongoing training and real world experience. They know how to implement the latest hardware, software, and network applications available. As importantly they know which technologies are not worth the investment. Their capability to make rapid moves help speed time to market, offering a competitive advantage and increasing the ability to react to competitive threats.

Benefit #6: Attract and Retain Employees

Employees want to work in an environment where their computers are up and running. Where down time is minimal and the software works like it is supposed to. Employees want to be competitive with their rivals and they want technology tools that really help them deliver. Those entering the workforce today weigh a company’s technology prowess. Utilizing a professional IT services provider allows businesses to meet these expectations and increases their ability to attract and retain top talent.

Benefit #7: Access to Otherwise Unavailable Vendor Support

Access to manufacturers is crucial in effectively supporting complex technology. Technology manufacturers traditionally provide little direct end-user support. When available, this support is basic and often unreliable. Through a relationship with a well-established IT services provider, businesses enjoy the benefits of priority access to Microsoft, Cisco and thousands of other technology vendors.