The Internet, online publishing and digital broadcasting have had a profound effect on the media and entertainment industry.
In order to protect themselves against threats and take advantage of new commercial opportunities, media organisations must continually evolve and adapt in this ever changing digital market-place.
Therefore services which provide a flexible and scalable supply of skilled IT support have never been more attractive.
Over the last twenty-eight years, Plan-Net has established strong credentials as a trusted IT partner in the media and publishing sector.
Our services range from specialist IT consulting engagements, managed project deployments through to SLA-driven end-user and infrastructure support, available 24/7.
Every solution is tailored to the specific requirements of each of our clients, but what’s common to all is high levels of response, resolution, security and customer service.
Analysis, design, and migration work. Refining procedures and recommending solutions. These are the building blocks of IT consulting. But we believe that a project isn’t complete until it’s been successfully implemented.
We’re here to take full responsibility from beginning to end.
When an organisation decides to outsource its Service Desk function, the decision is usually driven by the desire for improved efficiency, greater expertise and raised levels of service. After all, why struggle with trying to deliver a service yourself when you can draft in experts to handle it with a much greater degree of proficiency?
For efficient Service Desk management, never underestimate the importance of an accurate and comprehensive “ticket”. This contains a record of all the things that occur when looking to resolve a particular user Incident or Request. Each time a new Incident or Request occurs, a new ticket is raised. When new information comes in or actions are taken to resolve an Incident or Request, these are recorded in the existing ticket.
It can sometimes be challenging for CIOs, IT Directors and other Senior IT Managers within the business to get the CFO or The Board’s buy-in for an IT project. Many find it even more difficult when they are considering proposing a managed service model, where the third party manages the IT Service Desk and/or parts of IT support, taking over an in-house function.
The CFO will want to know what the benefits are especially in financial terms: how does it save the company money? What are the risks involved? And finally, why would using a provider be better than keeping the activities in-house?