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Benefits of End User Computing

Apr 08, 2024

End-user computing (EUC) involves evaluating the range of end-user devices and determining the various systems necessary for optimal business operations. Instead of utilising separate Points of Delivery (PoDs) for each desktop type, application, and database, these systems are consolidated onto a single platform to enhance efficiency.

A successful EUC strategy encompasses all essential tools accessible both on-site and remotely, enabling businesses to maintain continuity and foster growth.

At DMS, we are dedicated to continuously integrating new technology and implementing the latest updates seamlessly, ensuring minimal disruption to your daily business operations. This commitment allows your team to remain focused while benefiting from the most current and advanced technology available.

Creating a Productive Workforce with End User Computing

Ensuring your workforce is productive is vital for maximising time and cost savings within your business. This often entails equipping your employees with the necessary technology to facilitate modern, mobile, and flexible working, including phones, tablets and laptops.

Additionally, it's crucial to ensure that all technology functions properly and adheres to security protocols.

Managing all of these aspects can be a significant responsibility and time-consuming task. That's why, at DMS, we offer comprehensive End User Technology solutions to alleviate this burden.

Our tailored end-to-end solutions cater to the specific needs of your team, supported by our team of technology experts. From setting up and maintaining devices to providing training and ongoing support for your staff, we handle it all, allowing you to focus on your core business operations.

What are the Benefits of End User Computing?

Keeping Lifecycle Management Simple with End User Computing

Keeping up with the lifecycle of your technology can be time-consuming and can drain staff resources. That's why we assist you by managing all your contracts, organising maintenance schedules, and conducting software updates, repairs, and services. This ensures that your investment remains valuable and worthwhile.

Adapting Your Team to the Latest Technology

Merely building, installing, and managing your technology is insufficient if your employees cannot utilise it effectively. That's why, at DMS, we undertake all necessary measures to train your staff on the usage of each technology component, ensuring they can maximise its potential. This empowers your team to derive the utmost benefit from your technology resources.

Saving Time and Money with End User Computing

At DMS, we partner with top-tier hardware providers and maintain robust relationships with suppliers, granting us immediate access to essential service and support, along with exclusive deals. This enables us to assist you in saving money for your business. By relying on DMS as your single point of contact for all your technology requirements, you can alleviate the hassle of communicating with multiple suppliers, ultimately saving you valuable time as well.

How Does End User Computing Work at DMS?

At DMS, we conduct a comprehensive assessment of your business's technological requirements to determine the necessary technology and any additional services that could benefit your business. After discussing and agreeing upon a suitable solution with you, we proceed to order the hardware, unpack it, set it up, tag and photograph it, install the appropriate software, sanitise it, and repackage it before delivering and installing it at your location.

This minimises disruption to your team and prevents workspace clutter. Once the technology is installed, we collaborate with your IT team to provide training to your employees on how to effectively utilise the new hardware and software. This ensures your team is future-proofed and well-prepared for success.

Why Choose DMS for Your End User Computing?

The DMS Digital Group comprises Technology Services experts, and our in-house team is dedicated to assisting organisations in overcoming complex challenges and enhancing productivity. Our services encompass office automation, cloud services, audiovisual displays, door entry, visitor management, office security, cybersecurity, and all other facets of IT.

Opting for DMS means consolidating all your IT services under one point of contact with DMS ONE, eliminating the added cost and complexity associated with multiple suppliers.

This streamlined approach also reduces the time and staff resources previously allocated to mundane tasks, allowing them to focus on their core responsibilities and enhance productivity.

In the event of any IT issues, rest assured that we will respond promptly within 4 hours, ensuring minimal downtime and swiftly getting you back up and running.

End User Computing with DMS One

DMS One allows you to combine your hardware, software, and services into a single easy to manage solution. Access to the latest technology, optimise your IT budgets, and simplify your bill. Our programme helps you to move away from large capital investments. Instead, you can enjoy technology, training, services and maintenance through a low-cost, monthly subscription plan.

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