5 Keys to Create a Successful Cloud Service Practice Area

Craig Fultin
Craig Fulton

First came localized break/fix jobs that kept your serviceable area to as far as you could drive. Then the circumference grew a little larger with managed services, thanks to remote monitoring and automation tools, allowing you to work remotely reaching a broader audience. Now with the advent of cloud services, you have the ability to take over the world!

Not really. But you do have the ability to extend your services to anyone, regardless of their location. It’s not necessary to reinvent your managed services practice in order to become an exclusive cloud service provider. All you have to do is create a practice area for cloud services (and consequently, the potential for world domination). Here are fives steps to that journey, care of Craig Fulton, general manager of Business Suite at ConnectWise.