Managed Services added as Present’s 5th center of expertise
The start of 2014 brought about the rebranding of Present’s offering. Traditionally recognized primarily as an infrastructure partner, Present formalised its offering into 4 clear areas where they assist clients in addressing their challenges and accelerating IT; Infrastructure, Cloud, Mobility and Recruitment.
Infrastructure: To accelerate the deployment of your key initiatives
Servers – Storage – Virtualization – Networking – High availability – Security – Cost Containment
Cloud computing: To get an accurate picture on the integration of the best cloud solutions
Modular or step by step projects – Consultation – Vendor impartiality
Mobility: To overcome your business and operational challenges differently
Simple and compatible applications – Speed to market – Integration with your existing systems – Self-financed solutions – MDM
Recruitment: To find the right resource at the right
Temporary and permanent recruitment – Fast service – Market surveillance
And recently, they have added a 5th area of expertise: Managed Services
Managed Services: To enable your resources to concentrate on the essentials
Real-time infrastructure visibility – preventive maintenance – call center assistance 24/7 – incident management – fixed price billing
With the transformation that companies are undergoing today in order to continue to satisfy customers, technology is playing a major role. However, it is evolving at such great speed, that it is adding to the burden of business leaders both from a financial and technical point of view.
In this context, the business gains associated with outsourcing some or all IT needs becomes significant; reduction of operating costs, increased service availability, improved employee productivity, using internal resources for higher value-added tasks, management based on best practices to limit costly emergency interventions and peace of mind and tranquility.
To learn more visit https://www.present.ca/en/managed-services or download the Present ebook called The shift towards IT managed services – Why, how and is it right for you?