Saturday April 4, 2020

Looking forward while working with the past

Alongside managing traditional IT, some managed service providers develop specialist systems and applications that deliver new business opportunities

22nd March, 2020
Peter Rose, technical director, TEKenable

When we think about managed IT services, we tend to think of bringing in a contractor to take over an internal IT function. There is another reason to engage with managed services, though: developing new business systems to help modernise operations.

TEKenable, which works with major enterprises, looks after systems that it builds on a support and maintain basis.

“We also take on [custom] applications that other people have built, said technical director Peter Rose....

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