"Work on your business rather work in the business" is a bold statement. It is not that easy to put in practice. We have been working on a solution to make it way easier.
This video shows you how to leverage the tool to build your MSP much faster.
Many IT managed services providers are doing some type of Quarterly Business Reviews (QBR) and most have trouble delivering it with the right cadence and voice.
It’s too technical and fails to shows business value to the executive team. Introducing QBRs poorly can backfire and land the MSP into a more technical role. Let's take a look at some cool techniques to engage clients with Quarterly Business Reviews.
How many clients can a vCIO viably service, and what is the utilization rate? How much revenue does a virtual CIO need to generate? What is the W2 goal rate for a vCIO? Many questions like these need to be examined if we want to structure our vCIO services successfully.
Let's use the vCIO calculation sheet to figure it out!
This week's question: How do I become a virtual CIO when I'm “just a tech?”
This week Denes and Myles discuss a path to transition to the vCIO role. You may be more comfortable in the server room, but now you're needed in the boardroom.
In this installment of our weekly Q&A, Denes and Myles discuss how to deal with your MSP competition when they over-promise what you know they can’t deliver...strategies and tools you can use to demonstrate real value to your prospects and customers and be accountable in ways your clients can readily measure.
This week Denes talks about how to manage other vendors during the vCIO budgeting session.
This small template can help you manage the discussion.
After Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, we take a look at vCIOs in the United States. 70% of all registered Virtual CIOs operate in the USA. Because of this dominance the US vCIO trends are often difficult to separate from the international scene.
When we talk about US trends, we are talking about the international trends at the same time.
MSP 2.0 blog
The BLOG discusses more about the future of doing managed services in the Cloud era. Design, develop services, create value propositions, manage the sales funnel, deliver the services, create a world class team, and win.