Case Study: Financial Organization Stays Compliant With Managed Solution
Financial Organization Stays Compliant With Managed Solution
Business Needs: A small financial organization of twelve users contacted Managed Solution for technology consulting and recommendations to help move the company forward, while ensuring they stay compliant. During a recent audit, they were using Google Apps and did not pass regulatory compliance. They needed assistance from a technical partner to aid them off of Google aps and help them utilize a new business platform. Their current IT Manager also had several responsibilities at the financial organization and did not want to worry about daily IT issues. They needed a partner that provided technology recommendations to move the company forward and solutions scalable for company growth.
Solution: Managed Solution partnered with the financial organization by doing an assessment of their current technology structure and providing a full cloud solution that combined Office 365 and platinum level support. This includes remote monitoring, 24/7 help desk support, and unlimited onsite support that is scalable to grow with their organization. With understanding their business goals, Managed Solution provided a cost effective business continuity/disaster recovery solution and migrated users and data to Office 365.
Success: The solution provided by Managed Solution ensures the financial organization will meet regulatory compliance requirements during an audit. By moving to the cloud, the financial organization didn't need to purchase new on premise hardware, which reduced hardware infrastructure costs and provided an easy solution for growth. The fixed-cost model and 24/7 help desk and unlimited on-site support has increased employee productivity and helped them learn and leverage their technology tools. Now their current employees no longer have to mange their current IT issues, as Managed Solution is managing their infrastructure. The financial organization can focus on growing their business, instead of focusing on IT.