Taylored IT provides consultation and services for various sized businesses from Small SME’s (see below for definition) through to enterprises. If you do not find a match to your requirements then please contact us via out contact page and we will assist you. Taylored IT is happy to provide bespoke services to meet your business requirements.
- IT Service Management – Taylored IT has experience in various Service Desk tools including ServiceNow, CA Service Desk Manager and BMC Remedy.
- IT Process Automation – IT Process Automation has many benefits to an organisation and can be used for anything form “new employee on-boarding” to DEVOPS automation.
- Consulting – Taylored IT are able to spend time with you to assist you to formulate an IT strategy for your company. Taylored IT can assist you to determine what types of technology your company needs.
- Managed Services – Taylored IT are able to offer you with various managed services. Below are the managed services we offer.
- Hosted Exchange – Hosted Exchange will give you all the benefits that corporates get from running an exchange server without the costs.
- Disaster Recovery – A rather worrying statistic is that 50% of SME’s do not have any disaster recovery or business continuity plan in place. Taylored IT are here to help.
- IT Support – Taylored IT can provide you with various levels of IT Support at a reasonable cost.
- Outsourced IT – Taylored IT can actually run, monitor and support your entire IT infrastructure.
- IT Management – Taylored IT can provide you with full-time, part-time or adhoc IT management so your company does not need to hire an IT Manager.
If you require any service or consulting then please contact us via the contact page.
Definition of an SME
A small or medium-sized enterprise, or SME, as defined by the European Commission is a business or company:
- that has fewer than 250 employees; and
- has either (a) annual turnover not exceeding €50 million (approximately £40 million) or (b) an annual balance-sheet total not exceeding €43 million (approximately £34 million); and
- of whose capital or voting rights, 25 per cent or more is not owned by one enterprise, or jointly by several enterprises, that fall outside this definition of an SME. This threshold may be exceeded in the following two cases: (a) if the enterprise is held by public investment corporations, venture capital companies or institutional investors provided no control is exercised either individually or jointly, or (b) if the capital is spread in such a way that it is not possible to determine by whom it is held and if the enterprise declares that it can legitimately presume that it is not owned as to 25% or more by one enterprise, or jointly by several enterprises, falling outside the definitions of an SME.