Considering a Change in IT Providers?

It’s not as difficult as you think…

Have you outgrown your current provider? Are you just not receiving the attention or responsiveness that you once did?

At IT360, we understand that switching IT providers can be a difficult proposition. You have entrusted your current provider with access to your most sensitive business information and you most likely would like the split to be amicable.

Be assured that we will make this transition as seamless as possible, while maintaining professional courtesy with your IT current provider and supporting vendors.

With our New Client On-boarding Process, we will work to gather key information about your environment. Doing so will allow us to:

We will share all network documentation with you, while maintaining a copy for record with the IT360 support team.

Interested to learn more about our support offerings and potential transition plan? Our sales team is happy to discuss your particular situation at your earliest convenience.

President, Transportation Company

Your technical support team has always been able to handle our needs quickly, efficiently, and patiently. We appreciate your timeliness and the hours you have saved us. It is great to know that we have people at IT360 capable to provide solutions to our problems.

President, Transportation Company

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