Sanchit's offers a broad range of Managed IT Services.
These services are designed to help organizations focus on their
core competencies by outsourcing all or some of their IT
implementation, maintenance and/or support.
Sanchit has assisted clients across a wide range of industries,
including Manufacturing/Distribution, Hospitality, Media &
Entertainment, High-Tech, and the Non-Profit sector.
Sanchit is widely recognized for its depth of operational and
management expertise. Sanchit leverages the industry experience of
our staff (including former CIO's) -- along with the expertise of
selected service partners -- to develop a secure, scaleable and
reliable support services model. Location- and
platform-independent, Sanchit's model is customized to each
customer's unique service level requirements and seamlessly
integrates with internal support teams.
Sanchit offers three levels of Managed IT Services:
Management Services – Starting at the application level,
Sanchit offers break/fix support, implementation of vendor
patches, performance tuning, database administration,
enhancements, integration support, documentation and functional
user support for most packaged, enhanced and custom applications.
Infrastructure Management Services – Sanchit provides
technical services for support of the IT infrastructure including
solution monitoring, help desk, technical response,
backup/recovery, security services, asset management, storage
management, load balancing, hosting facilities, "burstable"
bandwidth and other services as may be needed to guarantee
application availability, performance and security.
Turnkey Outsourcing – For customers requiring turnkey
support solutions, Sanchit offers complete outsourcing of either
an application or the outsourcing of the entire IT support
infrastructure for a cost effective alternative to IBM, EDS and
other outsourcing providers.
Sanchit also offers supplemental support to
free up or reduce existing support personnel. By taking advantage
of Sanchit's supplemental support, companies can avoid the
challenges of skill currency, resource utilization, and staff
retention for critical skills needed to support and protect their