A wholesale buying and technology advisory firm Technology Source has launched a series of discounted managed and cloud services for businesses who want to grow during the coronavirus pandemic.
More information is available at https://www.technologysource.com
Technology Source, a sourcing-as-a-service company with offices in four U.S. states and the U.K., has reported having negotiated a number of deals with suppliers, which in turn reduces the cost of the services they provide to customers. One negotiation it did yielded up to six months of free services for clients willing to purchase now and enter a three-year contract.
According to the firm, these offers were made possible through multiple contract addendums that allow them to negotiate prices while reducing risks for clients. For example, an addendum may allow the company to negotiate a low price now, but delay the implementation and the billing for up to a year.
The company explained that the coronavirus pandemic and a maturing market have created a “buyer’s market” for technology services because many service providers are in need of business. It stated that recent negotiations have resulted in prices that are 50% lower for certain services. In addition, many providers now are offering deals, such as a 90-day trial period, which allows customers to “test-drive” the solution before committing to a contract.
Apart from cloud services, Technology Source offers various services and solutions in cybersecurity, business optimization, software and applications, connectivity, voice and communications, marketing, mobility, and commercial energy.
Technology Source is a sourcing-as-a-service company headquartered in Santa Ana, California. It specializes in providing enterprise technology to midsize and enterprise-level organizations across the United States. According to the company, it has over 500 provider options globally.
Sourcing or procurement is the area of business that deals with determining the specific needs of an organization and filling those needs with goods or services from a supplier. Sourcing-as-a-service outsources this activity through companies that offer procurement services to their clients.
According to a Transparency Market Research forecast, North America is expected to emerge as the biggest market in the international procurement-as-a-service market owing to its position as a key region for advanced technological developments.
“The biggest mistake companies make when negotiating cloud and other managed services is not knowing how or what to ask,” a company spokesperson said. “Having worked with the biggest technology providers in the past, Technology Source has the proven experience to effectively negotiate on its client’s behalf, creating a win-win situation for both customers and providers.”
More information about discounted managed and cloud services can be found at the above URL.
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