What Is HaaS? - Atlantic Business Systems

What Is HaaS?

HaaS (Hardware as a Service) has followed the footprints of technology—with the on-set of building sustainable uninterrupted business infrastructures. One of the innovative capabilities includes state-of-the-art hardware services to support increasing computer demands. Companies have accepted remote mobility as the driving force of future business. Equalizing the pace between technology advancements and business improvements—HaaS has become a dependable equipment source.

Businesses are taking advantage of managed services benefits, intermingling business models for remote and on-site technology infrastructures. The service offers access to the most up-to-date equipment features, continuous monitoring and maintenance to keep your business operation profitable.

Added to these managed services are supplement features supporting IT equipment and speed printers; sequential backups, integrations of higher levels of security protecting office functions and online communications. It’s a fact, the total cost of a company supporting these ongoing upgrades internally and keeping pace with technology is literally impossible compared to the readiness of managed services.

Think about this – there’s not a business operating today that isn’t dependent on technology and hardware. Having up-to-the-minute software—does nothing if your hardware can’t use it. HaaS offers an IT infrastructure to fit today‘s business for growing into tomorrow’s demands.

Fundamentals of HaaS

Outsourcing at its best—offering operational benefits for management, IT improvements and operational efficiency. For management the monthly costs are now deductible expenses, creating a larger budget for revenue-producing activities while reducing the need for capital funding.

Over 80 percent of businesses conduct commerce online—technology is power. We all know it to be true, hardware will fail, whether or not you are prepared. Although most companies have a risk management plan in place for downtime, there’s still no safety net for lost revenue, equipment replacement cost or project delays.

Managed HaaS services monitor and update the equipment to keep your system working—while you’re doing business, HaaS is taking care of service.

Increasing Productivity

Increased efficiency, during peaks or seasonal periods of business, is a vital attribute as the back office carries the load, trying to keep up with sales and rapid growth—in some cases, equipment overloads lead to downtime, escalating the cost of doing business for your company. Old hardware is notorious for time delays and limitations when performing multiple business tasks and operational processing.

  • Time may stand still in your office, but it’s moving along at a nice clip for your customers and the rest of the world.

HaaS managed services is changing the scale of efficiency for your company to outperform the competition, renewing how you conduct business. The use of updated equipment produces better quality products—it not only increases your company’s productivity and proficiency, it manages a major operating cost. With an ever-increasing demand for speed and accuracy, HaaS is supplying value, retaining your customer loyalty, brand recognition, and future revenues.

Future of Tomorrow

Business moves faster today than any other era—the aspect of mobility has introduced an unexpected acceleration beyond tomorrow’s business. In a single step, continuity increases with the reduction of risk management when your hardware works with today’s applications.

The key is compatibility with multiple devices, synchronizing managed services to run simultaneously across different hardware platforms. Looking to enhance your customer’s experience, consider working with a HaaS team.

Back to the New Basics

IT professionals prefer to use HaaS as a proven resource, expensing out the cost of updating equipment. Some companies avoid replacing outdated equipment—at what cost? It makes no sense to manage your business with faulty hardware affecting efficiency or sales. Managed services are ready with a solution built into a program—you pay for what your use.

Time to re-prioritized your company’s business model and develop a program that fits your business with the capacity to grow into the future. Meet the team and discuss the new technology advances and interfaces that fit your business to reach your goals. Your hardware needs to fit the market to stay competitive—it’s essential for survival and profits. More important is the retention of quality service your customer expects.

Conclusion

Consider the fact that business and IT have integrated and become dependent on each other and your challenge is to install and maintain both simultaneously. As your business flourishes and technology advances—managed services works with no interruptions.