Backup and disaster recovery (BDR) is a foundational managed services offering, but there are several selection, sales, implementation, and post-implementation pitfalls that must be avoided.
An MSP’s ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and resolve a medical device manufacturer’s network problems led to a managed services contract win and a 20 TB backup and disaster recovery (BDR) upsell.
Boost backup and disaster recovery (BDR) revenue by bundling complementary solutions and services.
Initially passed over due to cost and perceived unneeded services, this MSP ultimately was awarded a services contract when the cheaper option failed to deliver.
This MSP is projecting up to 50 percent revenue growth in managed and cloud services this year with 30 percent of its growth coming from new backup and disaster recovery (BDR) sales and related services.
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After switching to managed services and changing its sales processes, this MSP’s (managed services provider’s) profits grew by 300 percent.
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A CSP (cloud service provider) replaces a nonprofit customer’s legacy BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solution with a cloud-based solution, reducing management costs and creating upsell opportunities.
An MSP turns a medical practice’s BDR (backup and disaster recovery) failure into a $1,500-a-month managed services deal.