A typical managed service provider (MSP) spends an average of 40 to 80 business hours manually onboarding new clients.
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In our first post about choosing a managed services provider (MSP), we spoke about one of the major differences between several providers and suggested that you formulate a list of questions that will guide you through the selection process.
We also discussed, briefly, two business models that dominate the MSP field: reactive and proactive services.
While these two models do accomplish a common goal in helping a company with their IT needs, there is a world of difference between the two.