5 Signs It’s Time to Start a Searching For Outsourced IT Providers


September 26, 2014


Occasionally, it makes sense for a business to have an in-house IT provider. However, far more frequently outsourcing IT makes more sense. Here are some signs that it may be time to outsource.

1. You have someone in-house handling IT on top of their real job.

Sure, it seemed like a good way to save some money at first, but it’s becoming clear they don’t have time to do either job justice.

2. You rely on a low-wage in-house IT person.

Then a big problem comes up, they’re in over their heads and it ends up costing even more to bring someone else in to help get it resolved.

3. Paying the going rate is costing more than it’s saving.

You’ve got experienced, competent – and costly – IT help in-house. Now you’re wondering if there’s a
better way to get what you need without breaking the bank.

4. It turns out your in-house IT wasn’t all you thought.

You stumble on evidence that they’ve been overlooking some big issues. Otherwise, you might have never
known, not being an IT expert yourself.

5. You’ve been through three IT hires in six months.

Obviously, you need some guidance to determine what you need and how to find the right match. Hopefully, this book will help.

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Bill McCharen, COO

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