Maintenance Plan

We will take care of everything

What is a Maintenance Plan?

Basically, maintenance plan and support services mean the Software maintenance and support services the contractor is required to or otherwise does provide under this contract as outlined in the maintenance plan and support schedule.

Indeed, with TASProvider support and maintenance plan, we address both expected and unexpected software issues across various devices and systems.

What are the differences between Support & Maintenance Plans?

Even though support and maintenance plans are similar, they are dealt with in different ways regarding how quickly they need to be done. For example, in contrast to software support, which involves fixing broken software (or “bugs”) through reactive development, a software maintenance plan consists in adding new features or triaging low-priority “bugs” that don’t hurt the software’s design or user experience.

Why TASProvider's Maintenance Plan?

for Support & Maintenance

Maintenance Plan Service Level Agreement

Generally, our support team drafts an SLA (Service Level Agreement) for every new project, outlining our response time and ensuring our team is available for your needs. Above all, receipt of your request for remote software support, our specialists at TASProvider in Richmond Hill, Toronto, can promptly resolve your issue via remote sessions.

Formal Request

The first thing to remember in resolving a bug is understanding the defect after receiving your support request. Subsequently, we agreed to meet to discuss the current status of your software product, any recent changes made to the code, release updates, error messages, and anything else that could have caused the issue.

System Analysis

Clearly, the TASProvider support team looks at your systems to find the root cause after figuring out how the defect could affect everything. In addition to looking at the code for the broken feature or function, system analysis may also look for other problems, such as subscriptions that are out of date or malware.

Solution Evaluation

Generally speaking, software engineers are the ones who define the fixes for software bugs. So, before writing down the steps and effects of a solution, we look at the features that could be affected to make sure that code changes aren’t causing problems. Then, our team will make a suggestion and talk with you about your options so you can choose a course of action.

Maintenance Plan Implementation

Implementing plans for maintenance by Using debugging tools, reviewing all logs, and drilling down to every line of code associated with broken features and functions, let our technical support team in Richmond Hill, Toronto, lead produced bug triage tickets for our support maintenance plan team to begin working on immediately.

Testing the Maintenance Plan

Evidently, we use a variety of top unit tests to guarantee the accurate delivery of your codebase. Also, we send bug fixes to live production only after making sure that all features and functions are stable and working as planned in our test environment. After that, once the fix is live, we’ll ask for your OK before closing the request.

Maintenance Plan

Starting From
$ 23
  • Security patches
  • Hardware upgrades
  • Software installations
  • Free Consultation
  • Free IT Planning

Remote Support

30 minutes each
$ 75 for every 30 minutes
  • Error Fixing
  • Software Upgrades
  • Server Reboot

On-Site Support

1 hour each
$ 150 for every hour
  • New Hardware Configuration
  • IT Inventory Management

Our Maintenance Plans are Good for

Businesses who don’t want their employees to waste time dealing with computer issues & who want a professional IT team watching over their IT needs without surprises. Business owners who value using technology as a strategic way to improve their productivity and profitability, save money, and surpass their competition.



Web-based Support Portal

Unlimited access 24 x7 x 365



Technical Support

9 am - 5 pm - Monday - Friday
except holidays (Local Time) e-mail / Online Ticket Submission

Response Times

Up to 4 Hours

FREE Year-End Technology Review


Workstation Loaner in the Event of a Workstation Crash

Extra charge will apply

Loaner Virtual Server in the Event of a Server failure

Extra charge will apply

Preferred Client Discount on Non-Covered Technical Support


Adding and Removing Users


Server Monitoring


Unlimited Help Desk Remote Support up to 20 min per session


Antivirus Updates and Security Patch Management


Virus Removal and Cleaning

Extra charge will apply

Network Audit


IT Strategic Planning


Must cover all equipment at a given site

Equipment must meet minimum support criteria

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What are the different types of Maintenance Plans?

Basically, the maintenance of the software can be divided into four main categories:

  1. Corrective Maintenance is often called “bug” maintenance because it involves fixing errors reported by users in source code. Unlike support, this form of software maintenance focuses on low-priority “bugs” and is often referred to as triaging enhancement requests instead of fixing defects.
  2. A preventive maintenance measure ensures that software continues to run smoothly, as its name suggests. In fact, preventative maintenance decreases the likelihood of unanticipated effects of evolving operating systems and devices on which the software runs.
  3. Perfective Maintenance focuses on iteration. For this purpose, perfective maintenance makes the software more functional and performs better after it has been delivered. Besides, in response to user feedback, perfective maintenance implements new features based on user suggestions.
  4. In adaptive maintenance, a change to a piece of software is necessary to resolve an external issue that affects another part of the system. When a problem arises because of a change in the operating system, the software dependencies, the hardware, or business policies, adaptive maintenance is necessary.

Benefits of Maintenance Plan

Capability Enhancement

Market platforms are getting better and better. If you want to keep up with the competition, you need to make changes to your solution from time to time. Also, the workflow may change if the software platform is improved, work patterns are changed, equipment is upgraded, etc. Maintenance services also make sure that you know what’s going on.

No Outdated Functionalities

Without a doubt, any outdated or unwanted feature in the software is useless. Albeit, these features merely consume space and slow it down.

However, applications management removes such elements from the root (UI & coding) and recommends new developments based on trending technologies and tools.

Scalability & Security

Thereafter, Let’s talk about scalability and security. As a matter of fact, your application will be more secure and scalable if you perform regular maintenance planning. It defines if the application’s system and functionality are prepared to bear a spike or fall in the amount of user request loads without negative impacts on its performance.

Performance Improvement

Developers detect and fix issues during the testing phase. Also, a software plan involves data and coding restrictions and reengineering. Additionally, it prevents the solution from harmful activities like hacking.

Bug Fixation

Generally, bug fixation is the most important aspect of maintenance management. In order to keep your application or website running smoothly, you must eliminate glitches.


Undeniably, buying new software or developing the solution from scratch is illogical every time it crashes or gets disturbed by a bug. Instead, invest in maintenance for a lifetime to curb future costs.

Customer Satisfaction

Overall, application maintenance can improve the overall quality, online presence, and response time of applications. So, when this happens, improved customer satisfaction becomes a thing after this.

Contact us or request remote support for more information now!

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