How To Name Managed IT Services Solutions

Posted by Robin Robins On March 29th, 2009

Why Managed Service Providers Need To Pay Attention To What They Call Their Managed IT Services Solution

By: Robin Robins, Author of the Managed Services Marketing Blueprint

When you talk to clients about your IT managed services, what do you call it? Do you say it’s “managed software?” Do you just use the common industry term, “managed services?”

If so, listen up …

What you call your managed service solution IS important to how well it sells. First off, you don’t want to use the generic term “managed services” or “IT managed services” for two reasons.

First, the average business owner has no clue what ‘managed services’ means is; therefore you’ll lose rapport with the prospect and make them feel stupid for not knowing what you are talking about. Classic geek-speak!

Second, you want to create your own brand. You don’t see bottled water companies naming their product, “bottled water.”  They use more exciting names such as “Dasani” or “Aquafina.” You need to do the same.

If you want to differentiate yourself from other managed services providers, naming your services will go a long way to doing just that.

Here’s another tip…

Make sure the name you give your managed services solution has meaning.

For example:
“Hassle-Free IT”
“The Ultimate Network Protection Plan”
“Network Angel”
“Complete Computer-Care”

You get the idea. Naming is important so spend some time making sure you name is unique and meaningful.

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