Assisted IT Insourcing On-Demand IT Tech Managed Delivery Service Announced

An online IT training, networking and desktop engineering specialist has announced it can help local businesses with a range of on-demand technician services. The experts at iHireTech can help businesses regardless of their needs with managed delivery and assisted insourcing.

Newark, United States - October 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Technology platform iHireTech has announced it can help clients in any niche with managed delivery and assisted insourcing to meet their business’s total field service needs. It has over 25 years of experience in desktop engineering, networking, project and infrastructure management, network marketing, staff augmentation and IT training.

More information can be found at: https://ihiretech.com.

The site explains that the company is an automated platform that bridges the gap between traditional outsourcing, self service and direct to technician models. It is the only technology platform in the industry that provides managed delivery and assisted insourcing to meet its clients needs.

Customers working with iHireTech can benefit from computer networking and cabling services for enterprises with the finest network engineers. The expert service provider also offers telecom/VOIP engineers, fiber cabling engineers, low voltage cabling technicians and network security technicians.

iHireTech can help with computer and hardware repair services in the local area, with enterprise grade desktop and laptop engineers, printer repair/setup technicians, and digital signage repair on call for specific projects. The company engineers POS services for businesses by providing POS hardware engineers, point of scale troubleshoot and replace technicians, and point of sale set up technicians to build solutions that stretch across industry verticals.

The company website explains that customers can create, employ and scale a customized network from field technicians to full timers that can work to solve any business’s challenges. The expert team can automate service delivery operations and automate workforce recruitment to help clients manage their time more effectively.

It has a network spanning over 20,000 field service technicians throughout the nation. This means that clients can benefit from a range of skills as and when they need them, with services customized to the clients’ specific needs.

Businesses can get involved on the URL above, where there is a business sign up button that allows clients to quickly and easily find the technicians that are best suited to them. Interested parties can find out more using the contact details provided on site.

Contact Info:
Name: Vibert Sahadatalli
Organization: Ihiretech
Address: 260 Chapman Road, Suite 104A, Newark, Delaware 19702, United States

For more information, please visit https://ihiretech.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253201

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