With this infographic, CBM Corporate has created a handy resource for all trying to make up their mind on using a managed service IT provider!

PERTH, AUSTRALIA, December 14, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — In today’s world, businesses ranging from small to large, have all kinds of IT requirements. Having processes in place ensures smooth operation and high client satisfaction. No one can argue that having trained staff and IT system in place vastly improves the success of a company. On the other hand, lack of a solid system and good practice causes slow response time, expensive emergencies as well as numerous workflow challenges. Whether you’re just starting a business or have been in it for years, nothing is worth putting your company at risk because of a bad decision.

Having little or no IT experience makes the decision even harder. Looking for a solution in a sea of advice and long articles online can turn into an endless journey. In the current, aggressive business environment, one must think about key points: keeping the expenses low, increasing revenues and raising productivity. The question managers often face is – To employ a managed service provider or an in-house IT team?

We’ve discussed the question of choosing between managed IT services or an in-house team on our blog but this time we’ve created a great resource to help you with the decision. You will find a list of pros and cons for both approaches side by side. If you understand your business needs, this infographic will help you find the right solution and save some time. And if you still have any concerns, you can always contact us, and we will help you just like we’ve helped many companies all across Perth.

About CBM Corporate
CBM Corporate, a WA owned and operated business, was founded in 1971. What started out as a service based organisation, later became a multi-disciplined company specializing in a wide variety of ICT facets. Our dedicated team takes a personal approach offering the best possible solutions based on specific requirements. CBM Corporate is large enough to provide stability and small enough to be flexible and adaptable. Contact us to find out more.


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