Affordable IT Support with Screamer Telecoms: Exploring Serviced Options
Two words that could change the way you look at IT Support – ‘serviced options’ – cloud computing, disaster recovery, data backup, and business resilience.
These terms are thrown around, leaving most SMME owners burying their heads in the sands. Why? Well, for starters, most people don’t know what they actually mean, and they sound expensive.
How can I get affordable IT support?
What if we told you IT support could be more than affordable and that it would not destroy your cash flow with set-up fees? Two words: serviced options.
What are Serviced Options?
At Screamer Telecoms, we asked ourselves what the most significant IT challenges were facing a Start-up or SMME.
- Cost of hardware and software
- Inexperience with IT capabilities
- Cash flow limitations
So this is how we solved them.
We ensure we offer individualized IT support to help build profit margins by delivering predictable availability. To achieve this, we needed to eliminate the need for a considerable cash flow outlay in terms of hardware and software and provide personal services to ensure you know you are getting your money’s worth.
We called our solution Serviced Options Powered by Screamer Telecoms.
This is what it means to partner with Screamer Telecoms on our Serviced Options Portfolio:
- Rent your hardware and software.
- Pay monthly.
- Screamer Telecoms handles all service and maintenance.
- Screamer Telecoms hosts your network.
- Screamer Telecoms updates, provides backup services, and a disaster recovery plan.
- Consistent business uptime.
Screamer Telecoms provides business-critical IT service solutions. We specialize in ensuring access to enterprise-level security, software, infrastructure, and service plans for small and medium-sized businesses.
Don’t risk your company’s future. Employ professionals to ensure that technology works with you rather than against you.
For a free assessment or to find out what would benefit your system’s security – contact Screamer Telecoms today.