Pay-as-you-go IT support services are like having a helping hand for your computer troubles when you need it, a bit like calling a plumber to fix a leak in your house. Instead of paying a fixed amount every month, you only pay for IT help when you actually have a problem or need assistance. It’s flexible and budget-friendly because you don’t have to commit to a long-term contract. When something goes wrong with your computer or you need tech support, you simply get in touch, and they’re there to fix it, a bit like calling a handy friend to help you out when something breaks at home. It’s a way to get the support you need without any ongoing commitments, just like you’d hire a professional for a specific job, like fixing a leaky pipe in your house.
The cost of multiple rolling contracts can stack up and many small businesses require flexibility. PAYG contracts provide the care without the commitment.
Many small businesses end up paying for services they don’t need, but with a PAYG agreement, you only pay for the services you use as you use them.
Great support goes beyond fixing problems to checking that you have the right solution for your business.
We understand that not every business can allocate the resources required for monthly rolling contracts, but that doesn’t have to mean you can’t access IT assistance when you need it.
Plus, our award-winning customer service isn’t just reserved for our support contracts, but every business that drops us a line with an IT conundrum. PAYG customers still have access to the same resources and expertise – the only difference is that we only work for you when you call us.
Talk to a member of our solutions team now to get some assistance with your IT quandaries.
There are a range of businesses that may find pay as you go support best suits their IT needs…
PAYG can be of benefit to companies with limited budgets who need to preserve resources. Likewise, start-ups with small teams and unpredictable growth may appreciate more ad-hoc support as they come to terms with the level of IT infrastructure they require.
Larger companies with in-house IT support may also occasionally require additional expertise or assistance with one-off projects. Specialist advice on new technology can also be useful for IT departments that usually focus on the day-to-day running of IT.