What Does the “as a Service” Model Include?
Yorktel’s Enterprise Technology as a Service offers a wide selection of innovative Digital Transformation solutions and operational tools from our leading vendor Partners. Organizations can choose the components which best meet their needs — enhancing Enterprise Collaboration while simplifying the user experience.
Flexible, Subscription-Based Model Simplifies Technology Consumption
Technology as a Service uses an appealing, subscription-based model, allowing the use of OpEx rather than CapEx dollars for technology investment. This flexibility gives your organization access to the products and services it needs in a financial structure you can afford.
Because it is a predictable monthly investment, Technology as a Service eliminates the need for pricing negotiations with multiple vendors – Yorktel’s single point of contact handles all your Technology as a Service needs with Consultative expertise.
Technology as a Service
Future Proof Your Business
Yorktel’s Technology as a Service provides your organization with the newest Enterprise Collaboration tools and digital workplace technology, so productivity never suffers due to legacy hardware constraints or outdated applications. Our enterprise IT Managed Service providers handle all asset management, including accelerated refresh cycles, taking the burden off your internal IT team for time-consuming software updates and new releases.
Technology as a Service allows you to take advantage of the latest and greatest communication and collaboration solutions, so you can remain competitive and scale your business efficiently.
Scalability to Meet Your Business Cycles
As an IT Managed Services provider, Yorktel can help scale your Technology as a Service solution up or down, depending on your subscription and user requirements. This allows you to plan your technology requirements around your business cycles, and never pay for what you’re not using. Regardless of your industry or internal processes, adopting a Technology as a Service model for your IT needs can be a great driver for fueling your Digital Workplace Transformation strategy in today’s hyper-connected world of the IoT.
Projected 2019 worldwide spending on IT services is $1,031 billion!
AV as a Service (AVaaS)
Extend Your Vision to the Cloud
The prevalence of IP-based equipment and application-driven features are driving the AV ecosystem away from hardware and towards the cloud. This shift is increasing access to today’s futuristic AV solutions, making them an integral component of Technology-as-a-Service solutions.
Except for some minimal hardware elements – a display device, speakers, a microphone and a camera, AV as a Service can live and be managed in the cloud. This convenience, plus Yorktel’s 35 years as a leading AV integrator, can make AVaaS a great choice to replace or supplement your current audio visual technology.
Device as a Service (DaaS)
Optimizing the Modern Desktop
Digital Transformation initiatives are changing how, when, and where people work, and the Modern Desktop plays a pivotal role in this shift. Legacy hardware, outdated applications, and the strains of asset management can be costly and time-consuming to update, overwhelming your IT team and ravaging your bottom line.
Yorktel’s Device as a Service (DaaS) simplifies device management, putting state-of-the-art hardware at your employees’ fingertips and enhancing Enterprise Collaboration and productivity. DaaS provides all the modern desktop hardware you need including PCs, peripherals, and phones – all from a single source.
The global Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) market is expected to expand [to]…66,129.9 million in 2023.
IT Lifecycle Services
End-to-End Support Throughout Your IT Initiatives
Gartner clients who successfully execute an effective IT asset management program …have typically achieved 30% cost savings in the first year, and at least 5% cost savings in each of the subsequent five years.
Yorktel’s IT Lifecycle Services support your selected technologies, providing complete lifecycle management and helping you create a cohesive workflow that accommodates both individual and group workstyles. These end-to-end IT services take the burden off your IT team so they can focus on revenue-generating initiatives and your Digital Transformation strategy.
Room as a Service (RaaS)
Empower the Modern Workplace with Team and Group Collaboration
As the Modern Workplace gains traction in the era of digital workplace transformation, businesses are recognizing the value of solutions that facilitate group and team collaboration. Room as a Service (RaaS), a powerful blend of hardware, software, and professional IT Managed Services, provide a shared space that promotes Enterprise Collaboration, co-creation, and facilitates collective and thoughtful design for people in a group or team setting.
RaaS has the agility to accommodate multiple personalities, work styles, workplaces, and devices. It modernizes traditional meeting rooms, empowering the Microsoft Modern Workplace with one touch meeting spaces that feature immersive audio and video collaboration, workflow integration, and all the Yorktel IT Lifecycle Services that make your RaaS more than a room with a view.
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)
Raise Your Communications IQ with Unified Collaboration Services
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) – increasingly termed “Intelligent Communications” – integrates all the communication and Enterprise Collaboration applications and services that fall under the Unified Communications umbrella, but in a cloud delivery model.
UCaaS includes all the cost benefits and IT Lifecycle Services as other “as a Service” offerings. Its integrated features can include video and voice collaboration, AV and web conferencing collaboration, enterprise messaging, presence technology, online meetings, team collaboration, and much more.
25% of organizations use UC services within a private cloud, 26% implement UC as a service (UCaaS) and the rest are deployed on premises. In the next year, according to the survey, on premises services will shrink 8%, private cloud services will jump 3% and UCaaS will rise 5%.