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Managed services not only drive down IT costs, but also free up staff to plan for future technology needs and open new avenues for business insight, writes Jason Walsh

20th March, 2016
Jimmy Sheahan, managed services director at Ergo

Managed services director at Ergo, Jimmy Sheahan, explained that the idea is to take advantage of core competencies, both within and without the client business.

“There are applications and infrastructure that we have skill in, and we give that back to the customer. We provide managed services in the truest sense,” he said.

The rise of managed services not only allows businesses to focus on their core business and leave large elements of...

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