The technique is noisy for at least a couple of reasons. Upon code execution, these are some well known artefacts that are left behind which will most likely get you flagged in an environment where SOC is present.
A psexesvc service gets created on the remote system and below shows the process ancestry of your command shell:
Proving that psexec is actually running as a service:
Additionally, there is quite a bit of SMB network traffic generated when connecting to a remote machine which could be signatured: