15 Oct Why Managed Service Providers Are a Resourceful Strategy
The Burden of Change
Too often, a shortage of in-house resources leads to overburdened employees, diminished engagement, and poor outcomes. Whether it is modern technology growth and demands, changing customer needs, or human resource challenges, companies struggle with successfully and efficiently meeting their objectives.
A recent Gartner survey revealed that 60% of chief human resource officers felt unprepared for “technology disruptions.” Having a vision and strategy for continual digital evolutions is critical for organizations worldwide.
Managed Services for the Win
Managed services are one agile solution that can provide not only the necessary resources to fill a skill or a needs gap, but also knowledge and insight that can assist with developing accurate and capable strategies. For example, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the demand for software developers, both for applications and systems, will increase by 21% by 2028. With current demands already creating a needs gap, companies must exercise effective strategies to meet their goals and fulfill customer expectations.
Managed service providers (MSP) can ease the burden of sourcing talent, especially the right talent. MSPs also allow better distribution of in-house talent and resources, leading to better productivity and a much healthier bottom line.
A recent article in the Houston Chronicle noted that business owners only spend about 30% of their working hours on “actual business functions.” Business owners spent the remaining time on administrative tasks. MSPs take on the responsibility of sourcing and reviewing and offer focus and expertise that can expedite processes, saving time, money, and frustration.
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