Definition

turnkey solution provider

Contributor(s): Stephen J. Bigelow

A turnkey solution provider is a solution provider that offers limited consultation and one or more established product packages that allow only minimal configuration.

In comparison, regular solution providers offer much more customized service. For example, a solution provider may learn about the client's needs for a database server, and then help clients choose the best server configuration and database software to meet their workload and growth projections. A turnkey solution provider may offer a pre-configured server that is pre-installed with Microsoft SQL. The turnkey package is then just delivered and connected to the client's network.

This was last updated in October 2007

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