Complete Managed IT Services
With complete managed IT services from Amitech IT, for a fixed, manageable monthly cost we will provide complete IT support, proactively manage and maintain all your IT equipment and provide proactive advice when your business needs change or you are getting ready to grow.
IT Support Tailored for Your Business
Amitech IT takes the time to get to know you and your business in order to understand your individual needs and processes. For the majority of our customers, we provide complete managed IT services whereby we are their IT department.
Here at Amitech IT we understand that every business is different, which is why we tailor each service agreement and support package to match our clients’ exact needs. Amitech IT’s unique approach to managed IT services enables our clients to get a service that fits exclusively with their business and the way that they work.
Why Outsource your IT Services?
Employing and training IT support staff can prove to be expensive, especially when you add in the cost of recruitment, additional company benefits and on-going training to keep their technical skills up to date. For most businesses, an in-house IT specialist is a luxury that they simply cannot afford.
Without in-house expertise, or with limited resource, easily resolvable IT problems can cause distress and disruption to your business. Furthermore, most businesses tend to operate on a reactive basis to IT issues because they are not trained and do not have the systems in place to proactively monitor and prevent issues before they become a problem.
It is a common misconception by businesses that they save money by keeping the responsibility of their technology in-house and distributing it internally. The reality is that your employees become distracted from their primary roles and are not focused on their core responsibilities as they are dealing with niggling IT issues that they are not trained to resolve, this can prove stressful, frustrating and unproductive for your business.
Technology is constantly changing, staff are becoming more mobile and threats to business systems are constant. If you are worried about business continuity, you may wish to consider a disaster recovery plan. Alternatively, how do you find out if there is a new product on the market, a software upgrade available or a new application that may be beneficial to your current operations?