Richard Tubb

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Richard Tubb is a blogger, speaker, and author from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne in the Northeast of England. He provides expert advice to help MSPs grow their IT business, and he has helped the owners of hundreds of MSPs to free up their time, concentrate on doing what is important, and make more money.

The magical power of labelling for MSPs

The magical power of labelling for MSPs

IT Professionals – imagine this scenario. A client reports to your Helpdesk that their PC has died. Your engineer visits the site to confirm the issue. Bringing the PC back to your workshop, the engineer concludes the Hard Disk Drive...

/ December 3, 2018
Three ways MSPs can use AI to increase their profits

Three ways MSPs can use AI to increase their profits

When we talk about Artificial Intelligence (AI), we often consider it to be science-fiction — the stuff of the future. We rarely consider it be applicable to today’s business market.

/ November 14, 2018
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Block-time billing as a stepping stone to managed services

Block-time billing as a stepping stone to managed services

In my previous two articles, I’ve shared my thoughts on why should you move to the managed services model and also written on how to understand which of your existing clients will move to managed services. But for many IT...

/ September 12, 2018 / 2 Comments
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Richard Tubb: How to understand which of your existing clients will move to managed services

Richard Tubb: How to understand which of your existing clients will move to managed services

Using the managed service model instead of the traditional break/fix model of selling time for money is a no-brainer. But what is more challenging is working out *how* to sell this new model to existing clients. We’re going to look...

/ August 6, 2018
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Richard Tubb: Why should you move to the managed services model?

Richard Tubb: Why should you move to the managed services model?

When I started running my own IT business, I was your typical one-man-band. A techie crawling under tables, fixing computers, and setting up servers. I was good at what I did, I was professional, and word soon spread. Before long,...

/ June 28, 2018 / 5 Comments