Technology Journey

IT in an organization can be thought of as a journey because they are constantly evolving and changing. As the organization grows and its needs change, so too do its IT requirements. For example, an organization may start out with a small IT infrastructure that consists of just a few computers and servers. Over time, as the organization expands and its operations become more complex, it may need to invest in additional hardware, software, and networking solutions to support its growing needs. This could include things like implementing new applications, integrating new systems and technologies, or upgrading existing systems to keep pace with the changing business environment.

The journey of IT requirements in an organization can be challenging, as it requires careful planning, budgeting, and management to ensure that the organization’s IT infrastructure is able to support its current and future needs. It also requires regular maintenance and updates to keep systems running smoothly and to prevent issues from arising.

Ultimately, the goal of IT requirements in an organization is to ensure that the organization has the tools and resources it needs to effectively and efficiently carry out its business operations. This may involve investing in new technologies, upgrading or replacing existing systems, or implementing new processes and protocols to improve efficiency and productivity. By continuously aligning its IT requirements with the organization’s goals and objectives, an organization can ensure that it has the necessary support and resources to thrive in an increasingly digital world.

Our Services Map

“Through the IT Services we provide,
We can navigate any Organization on it’s IT Journey”

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Our IT Services - Core to Edge

Our IT services can be broadly classified into two categories: core IT services and edge IT services

Core IT services refer to the fundamental IT services that are essential for the operation of an organization’s IT infrastructure. These services may include managing and maintaining servers, networks, and computer systems; providing IT support and troubleshooting; and implementing and managing IT security measures. Core IT services are typically provided by in-house IT teams or by external IT service providers like TanChes on a contract or subscription basis.

Edge IT services refer to IT services that are focused on specific business processes or functions, and that are designed to support and enable these processes. These services may include specialized software and applications, such as customer relationship management (CRM) systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, or supply chain management (SCM) systems. Edge IT services can be provided by a variety of different types of service providers, including software vendors, consulting firms, and specialized IT service providers like TanChes

While core IT services focus on the foundational elements of an organization’s IT infrastructure, edge IT services are more targeted and specialized, and are designed to support specific business processes and functions.

Overall, our goal in providing both core and edge IT services is to help organizations improve their IT operations, reduce costs, and increase efficiency by having these tasks performed by our specialists

There are several benefits working with a Certified IT Service Provider like TanChes

  • Expertise and knowledge: Certified IT service providers have demonstrated their knowledge and expertise in a particular area or technology, ensuring that they are qualified to provide high-quality services.
  • Credibility and trust: A certification provides third-party validation of an IT service provider’s skills and capabilities, which can help build trust with clients.
  • Industry best practices: Certified IT service providers are required to adhere to industry best practices, which can help ensure that their services are of a high quality and meet industry standards.
  • Improved efficiency: Working with a certified IT service provider can help organizations improve their efficiency by outsourcing tasks to experts who have the necessary knowledge and skills to complete them efficiently.
  • Cost savings: By outsourcing IT tasks to a certified provider, organizations can reduce the costs associated with training and maintaining in-house IT staff.
  • Improved security: Certified IT service providers are often required to maintain strict security standards, which can help organizations improve their cybersecurity posture and reduce their risk of data breaches and other cyber threats.