You, like many others out there, may be trying to decide if you want to hire an in-house IT team, or outsource it to IT consultants. We may be a little biased, but we highly recommend the IT consultants road. Not just because it’s our business, however, but also because it’s clearly the smartest option for YOUR business. Let’s take a look at a few of the strongest cases for doing so.
Get Access to IT Consultants and Support Any Day, Anytime.
With an in-house IT team, you’re limited by their availability and working hours. If it’s Christmas Day and you find out your network has crashed, you have to beg them to leave their family time to fix the problem. But when you utilize IT consultants, we’re available anytime you need us – from 3 o’clock in the morning to dinnertime on Labor Day – your consultants are ready to get to work.
Have a Team Who Manages Themselves and Their Relevancy to Evolving Technology.
As an employer, you know how awful it is to have an employee who just isn’t cutting it, and you realize you have to let them go. If they’re on your in-house IT team, it’s no different. But with IT consultants, in the rare instance, one of the IT staff isn’t cutting it, it’s handled directly by the consultants, not you. Plus, IT consultants consistently ensure their employees are up-to-date on all new technological advances and are comprehensively trained in your particular IT needs.
Pay a Service, Rather Than a W-2 or 1099.
Employees and independent contractors are expensive. You know it, and we know it. As another significant business benefit, when you hire IT consultants to handle your business IT needs, you pay them a monthly service fee, just as you would any other vendor. No employee taxes, no health insurance, no 401K – just excellent, consistent service.
You’ll be Hard-Pressed to Find Better IT Consultants than DMS Technology.
Convinced? If so, let’s talk about it. We’re ready to formulate a customized IT support plan for your exact needs. And if you’re not yet entirely convinced, keep reading this article over and over again until you are. No really. Go ahead. Have fun.