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As an MSP, you struggle to strike the right balance between flexibility and structure when managing service work. It's even more difficult when your team has been sent to work from home, as so many are doing in response to COVID-19.

Structured techniques such as calendar dispatch are a huge amount of work and fall apart when things don't go according to the plan, but managing with too little structure leads to engineers cherry-picking tickets, work being neglected, and unhappy customers. PSA software doesn't offer any help visualizing the work- no matter which method you use.

PSA software doesn't offer any help visualizing the work- no matter which method you use. It's difficult to understand what work is progressing, what has stalled, and what's still waiting to start. And without effective tools to make the work clear for remote workers, you spend more time than necessary communicating and clearing up miscommunications.

Join our webinar to learn a better way to manage MSP services. We will show you how to use digital Kanban to optimize flexibility and structure. In addition, we will highlight the proven tools we use (and offer) to make MSP service management fast and easy - whether you're together in the office or working from home.

Leveraging our own practices and results from other successful MSPs, we will go step-by-step through Kanban and agile techniques to arrive at a framework for fast, efficient service delivery. You will quickly realize how simple it can be to meet all your SLAs and drive customer satisfaction higher.

Join our webinar with IT services expert Matt Fox of TopLeft and gain the ability to ask questions of Matt in real time.

Date: Wednesday March 25th
Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT

If you are unable to attend the live webinar, please click here to request a link to the recorded webinar.

About the Presenter

Matt Fox heads the Kanban division at TopLeft. Matt has more than 15 years of IT experience and has spent the last 10 years running IT service projects in a variety of contexts. These include managing support for a network SD-WAN product as well as both service work and triage at KTI, a successful MSP.