Is a Managed Service Provider (MSP) Right for Your Business


The Managed Service Provider (MSP) market experienced rapid growth last year and was expected to continue to grow in 2020. However, 2020 has brought a lot of uncertainty, it has also changed the workplace and it likely will have a long-term impact. This brings some challenges for leaders to help align their business strategy to grow and expand, yet be flexible and quickly adapt to changes (rules, regulations, state restrictions, etc.)

However, the solution for many companies, is using a provider to use workforce management solutions. Many companies can take advantage of the cost savings. And what is great is that utilizing this program is NO cost to clients and relieves unnecessary costs companies usually see when utilizing multiple staffing vendors.

A recent Hurwitz & Associates survey of Dell Managed Services customers revealed that 70% of them used MSPs as a way to free up internal staffers to focus on strategic initiatives.

An MSP is designed to empower companies to optimize their staffing vendor pool and create a centralized recruitment process that aligns with strategic business objectives. The MSP off-loads a significant responsibility of staffing duties from companies and enables them to focus on core duties and becoming more strategic. They are able to take on requisition, time capture, consolidated invoicing, analytics, and all the other moving parts involved in managing your workforce.

Using a trusted partner and subject matter expert to manage the program creates ground for an encompassing program that exceeds the status quo and delivers consistent results. A very important thing to note is that due to COVID-19, cybersecurity has spiked up in the last few months. This will ensure sensitive data are secure and won’t be vulnerable to the hackers.

Looking for an MSP to help your business? Contact Suna Solutions today to learn more about how we can help you!