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This is our story

We launched LetmedoIT in 2005 to change the way break-fix IT services were accepted within organizations. And the moment we took full responsibility for the managed IT services we provided, we undoubtedly added sustainable value to the organizations we worked for; and especially to their employees. So, in the years that followed it became clear, that we were on the right track, putting end-users in the center of our attention. After all, it is about enabling organizations to maximize performance and efficiency, by providing IT solutions that are focussed on empowering their employees. This is how we deliver Return on IT. Read more about the story of me here.

From contract
to control

Many IT companies promise to do their job. No problem. Until it hits the fan and your network goes down or you get very unsatisfied with their service and suddenly find out you don’t have any control. What will they do then? Sure, they will send an engineer over to fix the problem. But who guarantees you that your business will be up and running in no time, and that it will not cost the world?

Exactly. That is where LetmedoIT makes the difference. We don’t promise. We go way beyond that. At LetmedoIT, we support end-users instead of workstations. And we implement our IT solutions around functionality rather than the hardware itself. So, if your employee wants to e-mail or print, then that is exactly what we provide a guarantee for. This sounds simple, and in fact it is. But it is this alternative way thinking about office automation that helps us to safeguard uptime and performance according to dedicated service level agreements. And might problems occur, we can even guarantee a time-to-fix thanks to them.

That puts you in control of the whole process. And it provides you with the guarantee that it is your own specific IT solution our service is designed around. No surprises, and no strings attached if your not satisfied.
From network
to net worth
From contract
to control
From problem
to performance
From exclusive
to inclusive
From innovation
to implementation
From damaged
to managed