Tri-State computer tech support leader Quikteks is endorsing the findings of CompTIA’s recently-released “Fourth Annual Trends in Managed Services Study,” which confirms that businesses are reaping both bottom-line and big picture benefits by taking advantage of managed IT services.
“Managed IT services provide a number of benefits that most small and mid-sized operations businesses simply cannot achieve in-house in a quality assured, efficient, scalable or cost-effective way,” commented Andrew Rich, Quikteks’ Founder and CEO. “These include substantial increases in productivity, predictable flat-rate costs, and the peace of mind in knowing that top-level IT experts are just an email or phone call away if something goes wrong, or if an employee or customer has a concern.”
Quikteks, which has served small and mid-sized businesses in the Tri-State area since 2002, offers end-to-end, flat-rate managed IT services that includes:
“If employees or administrative tasks slow down due to technological issues, the financial impact on a business can be staggering,” added Mr. Rich. “Through our managed IT services solution, our experts find and unravel the bottlenecks in our customers’ IT workflows, and deploy efficient new processes that prevent future obstacles. The end result is that our customers stay productive, efficient and focused on driving their business forward.”
Small and mid-sized businesses across the Tri-State area who want to learn more about Quikteks’ managed IT services can visit https://www.quikteks.com/services/managed-services. A complimentary IT assessment is also available.
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Since 2002, Quikteks has provided cutting edge, reliable and cost-effective business technology solutions to small and medium sized businesses in the Tri-State area. The company’s computer tech support solutions include technical help desk support, computer support and consulting.
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