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Security. Support. Expertise. Strategy. Information Technology (IT) is a major support function for any business. But all too often small to medium-sized businesses overlook IT as a critical business component, mainly because of the cost to develop and maintain an IT department.
However, the growing trend of IT outsourcing can bridge the gap. In fact, analysts expect global Information Technology (IT) outsourcing to have a compound annual growth rate of close to six percent through 2019. Some studies show as much as 60 percent of the IT function being outsourced, with spending on outsourcing accounting for 10.2 percent of average IT budgets.
Companies that invest in outsourced IT services achieve significant benefits that help them operate more efficiently and effectively without having to invest in a full-fledged IT department.
Focus on your core business and hand over the management of your IT to the experts for improved effectiveness and efficiency
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