Key components of managed service providers (MSP)



If you do not have a Software Asset Manager in your IT Department, it might be time to consider having a Managed Services Provider. Why? Your IT Department is a busy place and taking the time to review Microsoft 365 licenses, whether that is making sure your company remains compliant, or trying to manage who uses or needs what licenses, often goes to the side to prioritize other jobs.

Good Managed Service Providers (MSPs) listen to their customer’s needs and tailor plans of action that are specifically unique to the company goals. This is done through:

Analyzing results and benchmark to identify key issues and opportunities

Creating goals for cost optimization & usage improvements

Prioritizing actions

Creating project plans

Managing the process & reporting at agreed schedule

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