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Creating a sustainable and scalable managed services business

Chris Owen

Complimentary seminar from MicroScope in association with Kaseya

Dates

Thursday 9th June @ Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester
Tuesday 14th June @ Sofitel St James Hotel, London

Many IT services companies have taken or are considering taking steps to implement a managed services business and move away from the traditional break/fix model. With unpredictable economic conditions and increased competition, choosing the right managed services strategy and business model is ever more important.

MicroScope, in association with Kaseya, invites you to join your industry peers at our forthcoming seminar event discussing how to create a sustainable and scalable business model for your managed services business.

Our panel of experts will share their experiences and give advice on the right approach,  covering:

  1. What customers wants in their service agreement
  2. Creating a sustainable model and building lasting customer relationships
  3. Choosing the right technology partners that will grow with your business
  4. Growing your business but driving down operational costs
  5. Staying ahead of the curve with a competitive managed services business

Speakers

Bob Tarzey Roger Harry Jim Simpson Colin Sales Ray Barber Simon Quicke

Agenda

10:00 am Registration & refreshments

10:30 am Welcome & introductions; Simon Quicke, Editor, MicroScope

10:45 am Bob Tarzey, Principal Analyst, Quocirca

11:05 am Roger Harry, Founder & Managing Director, Circle IT

11:30 am Jim Simpson, Founder & Managing Director, ZipTech

11:55 am Refreshment break

12:10 pm Colin Sales, Managing Director, Montal Group

12:35 pm Ray Barber, Technical Director, Kaseya

13:00 pm Q&A with panel

13:20 pm Networking lunch

To confirm your place or for further information, please contact Darren Page, Event Manager, MicroScope on 0845 257 9990 or dpage@techtarget.com.


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