Stephen D Buyze

“Empowering Managed Service Providers to Increase Profit”

Optimized IT Service Delivery: A Blueprint for Success?

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How can you tell when your Service Delivery Operation is Optimized?    Service Delivery Operations at your IT MSP are Optimized when:  Customer’s expectations are met 95% of the time  Resource Utilization is greater than 80%   Average Time to Incident Completion is under 12 hours   Managed Service Agreement support is below 2 Techs per 1000 endpoints  That’s great info to know…but just what …

Bringing it all together: How you can improve IT Service Delivery

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Your IT Managed Service Provider operation wants real results, right? You got ‘em!    Optimizing IT Service Delivery can net some big benefits, including:  SLAs >95%  $250K per Tech in Revenue  85% Managed Service Profit Margin  <12 Hours Average Incident Time to Completion Over the last few months, our articles have focused on the fundamentals of PSA utilization and how PSA configurations can improve IT Service Delivery. Our next series will combine the fundamental elements into various workflows and …

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IT Service Managers: How Project Execution can be as Easy as Sipping a Pina Colada

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For an IT Service Manager, the execution phase of a Project can be the easiest stage to manage. At times you’ll even feel like you can sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy a Pina Colada — but then reality sets in.   Being a New IT Project Manager (PM), Execution of a Project Sounds Easy…  And it is.  Well, as easy as herding cats – and …

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What Every IT Service Manager Should Know About Project Planning 

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“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.”  – Dwight D. Eisenhower   So now what? Are we useless because we need to plan for projects in addition to everything else we are responsible for as IT Service Managers?   IT Service Managers CAN Catch a Break  Planning a project is actually an area …