For businesses today, there is no longer the need to develop an IT competency. The consumption rather than ownership model can play to a relative strengths and weaknesses of a certain size of business. Technology should no longer be an obstacle.
The commoditisation of IT means that businesses no longer need to endure the rolling headache over “buy it – deploy it – run it”. Also a thing of the past are the pitfalls of dealing with upgrades and end-of-life, which can introduce cost, compliance and security risks. Consuming IT as a service means businesses don’t have to worry.
In this digital-driven world, the need to have up-to-speed IT is increasingly important. Integration with an increasing number of applications and technologies is complicated and time-consuming. In general, IT budgets and headcount aren’t increasing, but the workload is. As IT touches operations more widely, it becomes harder to ensure the range and depth of expertise needed to select, install, maintain and optimise the right IT solutions. This places support staff in a more reactive role, and over time they end up dealing with end-user symptoms rather than the underlying causes of technical issues. Bluesource take all this worry away, leaving you time to think and plan, and focus on your strengths.