Why It’s Cost Effective to Outsource NOC Services

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It’s easy to see why enterprise businesses, MSPs, and small businesses may feel that keeping all IT operations in-house is the most suitable course of action. The team knows the company’s broader goals and can be most trusted to handle the important architecture.


However, by not outsourcing certain IT functions, such as help desk or network operation center(NOC) services, your IT staff may not find the time to focus on strategic business initiatives. Instead, most of their efforts will be directed towards day-to-day tasks a third-party provider could handle.

On top of all that, outsourcing NOC services offer significant other benefits. Here are the numerous ways you can benefit.

It’s Cheaper

Cutting costs so you can boost your bottom line and pass savings to clients is important for any enterprise, MSP, or small business. Currently, according to PayScale, the average salaries of IT workers range from just over $61,000 for a systems administrator to nearly $98,000 for a senior software engineer. Add that in with benefits, and your IT team is easily one of your most significant investments.

A good way to reduce this labor cost is to outsource certain daily tasks, like NOC monitoring. Outsourcing has long been a way for businesses to obtain cost savings, and it’s no different with outsourced NOC services. According to a survey of companies that have gone to third-party providers, the increase in ROI and/or cost savings has been an average of 28 percent.

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Shravani Reddy is a IT Analyst and Staff Author at which is an On-Demand Marketplace which connects businesses and freelance field engineers in telecom industry. The Fastest Growing Start-up with a Global Workforce in 146 Countries. We have currently 15000+ engineers signed up worldwide.