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Managed IT Services Pricing

5 Primary Models of Managed IT Services Pricing

When it comes to choosing managed IT services to sign up for, many factors usually come into play. But to some company owners, pricing is a very important thing to take into consideration. This is especially important if a business is small and has a limited budget. This is why business owners need to understand the different pricing models available when it comes to setting the costs of managed IT services. Here are 5 of the most common pricing models.

Managed IT Services Pricing

Model #1: Based on Device Count

The easiest and simplest way for managed IT service providers to set up pricing is by determining the types and the count of devices to be supported. This way, they can then identify the expanse of the service they will be provided as well as the level of difficulty of the possible issues that they might encounter or will have to provide solutions to.

A managed services provider can set the pricing per unit, per server, and network. This means, the bigger your business is, the higher the pricing will be. And if you ever decide to add more devices for your business operations, you should expect the pricing to go higher since you will also need support for your additional devices.

Model #2: Based on User Count

This pricing model is similar to the per-device model. The only difference is that the pricing will be dependent on the number of users. This means that if you have 10 people in your company who will need support from a managed services provider, those 10 people will be billed for the support that will be provided to them. This is an ideal model for consumers who would like to acquire managed IT services for their benefit only.

One advantage of the per-user pricing is that all the devices that the user owns will be covered. This means your service provider will look after your office and home computer, your smartphone, tablet, laptop, and all other relevant devices and connectivity, to make sure that wherever you may be, every business operation that you do using any of your devices will run smoothly, and that if issues occur, your provider will be the one to take care of them.

Model #3: Tiered or Packaged

The most preferred model among all the pricing options available is the tiered or packaged managed IT services. This form of pricing is ideal for those clients who are not fully familiar with all the managed services available. Companies that offer tiered services allow their clients to choose which package to sign up for which can depend on the specific services that they need and the money that they have available to acquire the managed services.

No matter what the company offers them, tiered services are usually labeled similarly, such as Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Diamond packages, or it could also be Tiers, 1, 2, or 3. This sort of pricing can also be convenient for providers that offer their services to a large number of clients. A client can sign up for the lowest tier, and can eventually request a higher package, depending on what they will need or can afford.

Model #4: Based on Value

When it comes to managed IT services, smaller companies may not always need every single service that the provider offers. This is why some service providers also offer an a la carte option, wherein whatever is needed by the client, they can opt to only get that specific service. This is also ideal for clients who have a limited budget. With a value package, they can maximize their available resources and get what managed services they need.

Model #5: All-Inclusive Package

For companies who have a lot of money to spend on managed IT services, an all-inclusive package may be an ideal option. With this package, you get to have all services provided to you, which may also include 24/7 support, making it easier for you to guarantee that your business operations run smoothly day by day.

No matter what type of service package you decide to sign up for, what’s important is that you understand clearly what is covered and how much money you will have to spend. With Network Medics, we will lay everything out for you, making sure that you get to experience top-notch managed IT services, without worrying about the pricing.

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