Why Outsource Your Network Consulting and Support?
Whether it involves designing network architecture, outsourcing a Help Desk, deploying out a new messaging platform, creating an eCommerce business solution, or other major initiatives, using outsourcing for your system support is a smart way to lower costs, administrative distraction, and engineering risks while allowing system service costs to increase in a more linear and predictable manner than is feasible by hiring a big, expert internal IT staff.

Progent has produced a white paper that details the advantages businesses of all sizes can gain from outsourcing or co-sourcing computer support and other information technology services. To view a printable PDF version of this white paper and learn how outsourcing can save your costs and improve efficiency, click:
IT Outsourcing White Paper (PDF - 135 KB)

IT Outsourcing and Network Support Packages
For companies with 10 to 250 desktop clients, Progent offers affordable outsourced service options that give you timel access to Microsoft qualified network consulting professionals without requiring you to support a full in-house network support staff. The links below allow you to view printable PDF-format datasheets that detail these outsourcing packages.

Progentís Small Business IT Outsourcing Package provides affordable IT management, network consulting, technical support, and Help Desk Call Center services for businesses with 10-50 network clients. To view a printable PDF version of this datasheet and learn how outsourced services can cut costs and improve support, click:
Small Business IT Outsourcing Package Datasheet (PDF - 143 KB)

Progent's Server Monitoring Service Programs provide ongoing server tracking and technical support for businesses with 50-250 network clients. To see a print-formatted Acrobat version of this datasheet and find out how outsourced services can cut costs and improve service levels, click:
Network Monitoring Packages Datasheet (PDF - 105 KB)

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