Choosing the right IT services firm is paramount. Finding the right fit means understanding what a particular company offers, how your firm’s processes fit with the vendor’s model, and ensuring that adequate quality assurance and service level agreements (SLAs) are in order. Quality and performance metrics are crucial for holding a provider accountable and ensuring you’re your organization receives the agreed upon attention and level of service.

"The biggest thing for me is that, while I'm away from the office and working on other projects, I haven't had to worry about the network. There have been a couple of occasions where issues happened, and [TPx Communications] has been able to resolve them without my involvement, other than just being notified. As far as I'm concerned, that does everything that I want it to do." — IT Systems Manager, Audio-Visual Company


"The biggest thing for me is that, while I'm away from the office and working on other projects, I haven't had to worry about the network. There have been a couple of occasions where issues happened, and [TPx Communications] has been able to resolve them without my involvement, other than just being notified. As far as I'm concerned, that does everything that I want it to do." — IT Systems Manager, Audio-Visual Company
The consulting, professional services and IT services company, headquartered in Bangalore, India, has a presence in 45 countries.  Gartner ranked the firm a “Leader” in its Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure Professional and Managed Service Providers 2019. The Infosys Digital Navigation Framework is a specialized process for unleashing innovation. It incorporates five key factors: design, proximity, agility, automation and learning.
LTI is headquartered in Mumbai, India.  A core philosophy for LTI is “Operate, To Transform.” It focuses on an organization becoming an “automation native” rather than addressing automation issues ad hoc. Operate, To Transform is a business and IT framework that allows organizations to pivot quickly and maintain a continuous business transformation function. This approach incorporates a 4D model that extends across four dimensions: operations, landscape, business process KPIs & end user personas.
Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR)—a combination of data backup and disaster-recovery solutions that works cohesively to ensure an organization's critical business functions will continue to operate despite serious incidents or disasters that might otherwise have interrupted them, or will be recovered to an operational state within a reasonably short period.
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