We get it. Nobody really relishes the prospect of buying in IT support services, but you’ve had an epiphany and there’s no going back.
You’ve realised that managing your IT services really isn’t something you want to do or are qualified to do. You know it’s a distraction from running your business and you haven’t got the time or skills to keep up with the advances in technology.
That’s one good decision nailed. Now for the next one. Who do you hire?
Google’s 447,000,000 results for “IT managed services London” are going to take some narrowing down!
If this is your first time, it can be daunting trying to get your head around so many options and deciphering what’s brilliant in amongst all the bullsh*t. You’ve no doubt got so many questions..and you’re feeling the pressure to not end up buying a dud.
If you’re a more experienced IT support services buyer that probably means you’re familiar with the cycle of disappointment that so many service providers perpetuate. Perhaps you’ve been hoodwinked by false promises and enthusiasm before and don’t want to make the same mistake again.
Whatever your level of experience and type of business, our short straight-talking buyer’s guide will give you an unusually helpful and unbiased* framework to properly assess and benchmark Techsolve against all your other options.
It’ll give you some great questions to help you evaluate the suitability of each managed service provider you’re researching so you can shortlist the best fit for you. It’ll remind you that technology is only part of the equation when buying IT managed services and give you some pointers on sniffing out the people skills and human connection that can make all the difference.
The delighted long-term customers who chose Techsolve have successfully broken their cycle of disappointment and frustration. We want you to be able to do the same.
Whether you ultimately choose us (aka ‘the right choice’) or someone else, we hope that following our guide quickly results in the headache of your day-to-day IT challenges being taken away so you can get back to doing what you do best — leading, growing and scaling your business.
You can download the guide for free. Let us know what you think. We’d love to hear your feedback!
*Well, as unbiased as we can be...