LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 16, 2015) - Innovative Computing Systems, Inc., a leading provider of information technology services to law firms, announces the launch of a new Managed Services Program for law firms of all sizes. This fixed-price per seat program offers critical IT support, including remote support, virtual CIO services, antivirus and firmware updates, system monitoring, document management, backup and much more.
The team of professionals that deliver on the Managed Services Program will monitor, manage and support clients by blending legal IT experience with customized, top-tier tools that support legal-specific applications. Firms will receive 24x7 proactive server, infrastructure and workstation monitoring and remediation along with monthly technology inventory and health reporting. Our Technical Assistance Center will provide clients with direct access to our team of engineers and subject matter experts that can swiftly engage, and escalate if necessary, issues while providing quick and permanent resolutions.
"Our new Managed Services Program provides clients with greater efficiency than ever before, at a price they can rely on for their annual budgets," says Michael Kemps, Chief Executive Officer of Innovative Computing Systems. "Legal professionals will have technology environments they can rely on and trust, so they can effectively do their jobs in an increasingly competitive market."
About Innovative Computing Systems, Inc.
Innovative Computing Systems, Inc. has focused exclusively on the technology needs of law firms since 1989. The company services large and midsize firms in California and across the United States and takes a best of breed approach to all of its offerings. Innovative Computing Systems selects only premier technology partners to provide solutions to its clients and is committed to maintaining long-term strategic relationships with clients to ensure the highest levels of success with IT initiatives. Learn more by visiting www.innovativecomp.com.
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