DirectPointe To Offer Managed Services to Consumers

January 29th, 2008 |
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Michael Proper is the CEO and entrepreneurial vision for the fast-growing DirectPointe, a provider of managed computing services that make technology simple, manageable and affordable for small and midsize businesses. DirectPointe has established itself by offering great support to organizations who are looking for a partner to manage the technology they need to grow their business. DirectPointe manages the entire computing lifecycle, including procurement, deployment, management, protection and support, so customers have one company to handle all their computing needs–at a set monthly fee.

With a enterprise platform of services defined and running for small and medium businesses, Proper sees the opportunity to take these same computing services to the consumer market. By tapping into Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who have an existing relationship with customers, DirectPointe can offer their services as an add-on revenue product or through a private-label service.

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