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Managed Services Provider The Internet Group Targets Mid-Market

by david.nunes

7th September 2011



Managed Services Provider The Internet Group Targets Mid-Market

Positive outlook for Q3 as a result of market segmentation




The Internet Group, a London-based IT management company and service desk , is set to continue its focus on the mid-market, following a successful campaign in the sector over the previous quarter.


The company has seen its client base grow significantly within the sector with a number of new client wins in the 100 – 350 employee category. The company began actively targeting the sector earlier in the year following a number of strategic hires in its specialist storage and enterprise architecture team.


The firm has also confirmed a positive third quarter forecast, as a direct result continued growth in the mid-market, enabling the company to expand from its traditional SMB space.


Adam Maurice, managing director of The Internet Group said, “We are seeing a number of mid-market businesses re-evaluating their IT spend, and with our new portfolio of services, we can deliver a range of solutions to reduce their IT costs and increase their business efficiency.”


“The message we are getting from customers and prospects alike in the mid market is that the biggest challenge IT managers are confronted with is how to manage and keep up IT operations in a highly constrained budgetary environment. IT managers and CIOs alike are facing a tough time and they are using outsourcing as a means extending budgets and operational efficiency.  The result: The Internet Group is ideally positioned to help,”


“This is a tremendously exciting time for The Internet Group as it drives into the mid-market. We well poised to take advantage of the considerable investment being made in personnel and infrastructure, including a new site in central London, made to ensure it can perform and deliver in this highly competitive sector.”


With its IT outsourcing solutions for medium sized businesses booming, The Internet Group has been recognised for its open and direct communication with clients. It has retained its 3-star SDI  (Service Desk Institute) accreditation for a second successive term and was praised for its unfailing commitment to continual service improvement in the service desk industry.





About The Internet Group


The Internet Group is a multi-award winning specialist IT managed services provider to UK and International businesses. The company provides a complete range of solutions – from service desk support and project delivery resource, through to a fully outsourced managed service – to help its customers ensure operational excellence at all times. Through its team of highly skilled engineers, consultants, software developers, and project managers, The Internet Group provides clients with a solution aligned to their individual business needs, helping to turn IT from an overhead into an asset.


By utilising the best practice frameworks of ITIL and through its work with the Service Desk Institute (SDI) and adoption of their 500 point standards based accreditation programme, The Internet Group provides a high level of service management. As a result and in recognition of its customer-led approach, the company was initially awarded a 3 star SDI accreditation in 2009, and have maintained this year on year. To reinforce this accreditation in 2010 The Internet Group won SDI’s IT Service Excellence Supplier of the Year award (as nominated by their clients).


The Internet Group has also been previously recognised by Computer Weekly as the Best Place to Work in IT and included in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, due to its exceptional business growth. The company works with clients across a range of industry sectors, including professional services, recruitment, retail and manufacturing.


For more information visit http://www.theinternetgroup.com


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