Our Mission


MSP Blueshift is a team of successful, committed and positive people whose aim is to provide the most helpful service possible to our clients.

Our business is to help our clients with their technology, to give them competitive advantage and efficiency to assist in their success. We do this by providing the best technical solutions for their business requirements, and to ensure it all operates optimally and reliably. Our clients regardless of their size and industry see the value of their technology, they listen to our recommendations and take action when required.

MSP Blueshift is not just about providing technical solutions and support. We assist our clients gladly and will go the extra distance whenever necessary to be as helpful as possible. This is combined with our use of industry leading tools, and a systemized structure for all our business processes, to provide consistent and repeatable results, which will make every contact with our clients a positive experience.

Our company will make a profit by generating sales and providing ongoing services. It will provide job satisfaction and fair compensation, plus a share in profits generated by the effort of the entire team. We will create a work environment that is enjoyable and profitable for all.


Most external IT managed services providers aren’t clear about what they provide, and you end up having to spend as much time on the phone to them as you would fixing the problem yourself.

We direct a complete team of highly trained and extremely reliable IT professionals. Together they provide small-to-medium businesses (up to 100 users per location) with access to the necessary services to support, maintain and manage either specific parts or their entire IT environment on an outsourced basis.

We use “Labtech” the world’s most advanced real-time monitoring and automated remediation software that fixes problems before they disrupt your IT systems. Our tools allow us to comprehensively manage your entire computer network  – better than most internal departments could even dream of doing – and at a much lower cost.

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