Are you a business looking for:
If you answered yes to the above, than I’d argue you should consider adding Managed IT Services to your offerings.
I’ve had the opportunity to spend field time with several MSPs and present proposals to customers. Customers need help with technology and are happy to find relief with those who can offer Managed IT Services. These companies are growing and positioning themselves as a trusted advisor. They are the “go-to” for customers to find solutions and receive service excellence over competitors.
Selling Managed IT Services has a lot of benefits. I’ve worked with dozens of partners over the years to help them start from scratch, or scale what they’ve already started. It’s no coincidence that the more an owner is committed towards their Managed IT Services offering, the more success they see.
“As the technology environment in our clients’ offices has evolved, Cobb made a decision to evolve in response to their changing needs. It was a logical next step to widen our area of expertise to include the entire landscape of a user’s network. Customers want a single source to proactively manage the security and efficiency of their network. Offering Managed IT Services allows us to better help and serve our customers.”
– Toni Gorveatt, President at Cobb Technologies
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Hannah O'Donnell, Director of Sales, is responsible for building the strategic vision for sales and marketing while providing business planning, education, training, and sales assistance to partners. She is also responsible for originating new partnerships for Collabrance. She was recognized as one of 2019's Women of the Channel by CRN, a brand of The Channel Company. Hannah started at Collabrance in 2013 as a Strategic Business Advisor. In 2014, Hannah was nominated by her peers and won Rookie of the Year, and in 2015 became a member of the 100% Sales Achievement Club at GreatAmerica. Hannah earned her business degree in Marketing and Management Information Systems from the University of Iowa.