SLA (Service Level Agreements) based Alerting

AlertOps can kick off different escalation paths as well as send stakeholder notifications and updates as SLAs are approaching or being breached.
What are MSP service level agreements (SLAs)?
When clients pick which MSP (Managed Service Providers) services they want, they also specify what they anticipate from those services. These expectations are known as service level agreements (SLAs). Your role as an MSP is to manage and meet such expectations by providing quick and competent services. SLAs allow you to create and adhere to service delivery objectives.
Why do you need an MSP SLA (Service Level Agreements)?
From the perspectives of development and reputation, meeting SLAs is essential for any MSP. The needs of each customer would be unique. Maintaining various SLAs for every client requires managing many clients. MSPs (Managed Service Providers) may prioritize tickets and start workflows to handle events based on the SLA-based management capabilities of AlertOps, ensuring that your SLAs are never violated.

What are the finest SLA practices that an MSP must adhere to?

Set attainable objectives

Ensure that everyone is on board.

Determine essential metrics. 

Make provisions for the unexpected. 

Check the details once again. 

Review and update as needed. 

When should an SLA not be used?

If you are still putting together the pieces after a prior support provider has left, it may be preferable not to agree to an SLA at first.


Some clients are never pleased, while others may be a genuine challenge to work for—rude, demanding, and often playing with settings they do not understand!


You may discover that your company ends up offering IT help to some organizations on an ad hoc basis—these clients are unlikely to require an SLA.

MSP offerings

For each distinct service, the MSP needs to offer an SLA. An SLA is often expected for the following services IT monitoring, managed hosting, collocation (usually, power, space, and an internet connection), backup, and disaster recovery


Customers who hire you to maintain their network expect more than just speedy fixes to their issues; they also want assurance that they are getting what they paid for in terms of services in exchange for their monthly payment. In essence, they are searching for a means of making you answerable. However, you should proactively draught the SLA rather than viewing it as a tool the client may use against you. This will allow you to utilize the service criteria to accurately assess your deliverables and show that you are offering top-notch service.

MSP Customer Reviews

We've had AlertOps for a couple of years now and are extremely happy with the results. Our techs rely on the convenience of launching the mobile app to check in on this assigned alerts. As the manager, I have found it easy to schedule our resources during on call hours and holidays. Support issues when needed, have always been handled in a timely fashion. Keep up the good work!

Rod Vasquez Intelice Solutions

We've been using AlertOps for over a year and our team loves it. It's reliable, easy to use compared to other applications, and even the support team is fantastic at responding and getting to a solution. I'm very impressed and highly recommend!

Shams W.Pawel WhyReboot

We really like the flexibility that AlertOps provides. Adding or removing someone from our on call rotation is significantly easier then what we were using before (OnPage). Also their support is great, Kam specifically helped me build out our entire call tree.

Eli Haas Vision Computer Solutions

We switched to AlertOps from a different platform for a number of reasons, such as flexibility in schedule changes when someone is off, adding Stat holidays to the existing schedules, combination of multiple schedules and teams and others. I appreciate fine tuning that can be set up with ConnectWise. I am pretty sure I have lots yet to discover though.. So far, whenever I ask - is it possible, the answers were - yep :-).

Lena Glazunova Manawa

We switched to AlertOps from another competitor. We saved money, the integration works better, and we have received more support. It's important that you can rely on your on-call system and Alert Ops works great.

Sean Harris A Leap Ahead IT

AlertOps is very convenient and it is great that it auto creates a ticket. It makes the on call process for our organization so much easier.

Dawson Roeber Community Care partners

Alert ops has made our after hours process a 1000x better. Consistent alerts that never fail and completely allow you to customize what it looks like for you!

William McKee GFI Digital

AlertOps is great! Super flexible to work with, robust platform, and tightly tuned into their customer's feedback. Very nice to work with.

Tyler Reynolds MB Technology Solutions

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On-Call / After-Hours Alerting

Review which calls were answered or missed as well as notify and escalate on any incoming or missed calls!


Different escalation paths as well as send stakeholder notifications and updates as SLAs are approaching or being breached.

Live-Call Routing (IVR)

Live-call routing enabled customers to call in and route to the appropriate technicians based on the desired sequence, schedule based on time of day, or directly to voicemail

Major Incident / Manual Alerting

Users can Kick off, process, and respond to incidents from any tool whether it’s a mobile app, web application, chat tool
Point your monitoring tools directly at AlertOps, to reduce noise, filter which alarms warrant creating tickets, and make your service desk more actionable.
Update virtually any field in the ticket using custom actions to ConnectWise Manage. Ie. Update Priorities, Assignment, change Boards, etc
Notify on-call or scheduled technicians upon updates to customer generated tickets. Immediately initiate notification and escalation process for Customer Updated tickets to provide more immediate response!

Chat Channel Notifications

Microsoft Teams and Slack to directly post to specific channels. We see that customers are often in shared channels with MSPs, provide alerting directly to shared client channels.

Tickets left unattended after a certain period of time during the business day kickoff custom notification rules to escalate directly to management

Open inbound and Outbound API

AlertOps can capture virtually any data sent to the system via E-mail or REST API. In addition to capturing the data.

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