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.

Forget ROI.
It is time for Return on IT.

Return on IT. That is what we stand for at LetmedoIT. Because we believe you can actually receive return on your investment in office automation from the moment we enter the building to take over control of the IT Infrastructure. How? Simple. We don’t charge by the hour. We won’t bill you for every single thing we do. And we certainly won’t send you an invoice for the effort we put into getting the job done. All we ask from you is to pay us for the results that are relevant for your business. Guaranteed.

By doing so, we have built up a proven track-record of adding value with our managed IT services from day one to companies ranging from 20 up to 350 workspaces, instantly enabling their employees to maximize their performance on a day-to-day basis. With our IT services focused on implementing and maintaining high quality user-centric office automation, we can challenge the IT tradition. And because it is our objective to convince clients that break-fix IT strategies are no longer sustainable in todays organizational environment, we do what is in your best interest to prevent downtime and maximize performance at all times. So, if it is time for your organization to move from intentions to results, forget ROI. It is time for Return on IT. Provided to you by LetmedoIT.
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