A growing business may require you to delegate more IT tasks to your lower-level IT associates, but that might not be the best solution if you’re wanting the finished tasks to be of equal to better quality than you would personally perform. Instead of giving these employees an opportunity to fully focus on their most relevant or primary tasks, they end up reverting into roles that they don’t want to fill. If you want your employees to benefit from better time management and become more efficient, you should rely on a remote IT services provider who can take care of all your IT requirements.
The Plano, Texas-based firm is a relatively new player in the services space. It was formed in 2017 following the merger of CSC and HPE’s Enterprise Services division. The company offers end-to-end IT services and managed services in over 70 countries. The focus is heavily on integrating the cloud, analytics and mobility to unleash innovation and change.
Accenture's offering includes systems for integrating data, developing IoT frameworks, integrating AI and other emerging technologies, and more. The company has developed a comprehensive innovation architecture along with extensive partnerships. Its offerings are grouped into five categories: Strategy, Consulting, Digital, Technology and Operations.
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Managed IT services allow businesses to delegate their IT operations to an expert third-party organization that specializes in handling these responsibilities. These third-party organizations, known as Managed Service Providers (MSPs), are responsible for the entirety or portions of a business’ IT systems, as agreed upon in a Service Level Agreement (SLA). IT equipment is typically procured by the client, and depending on the SLA, Managed Service Providers may provide round-the-clock monitoring, issue resolution and reporting, and more.