We are experts from the start
Small companies are prone to improper infrastructure – very often due to an initial "do it yourself" design and setup, which over subsequent years grows into a crippled, unreliable, inflexible and expensive-to-fix nightmare systems.
If your company suffers from having an I.T. system which does not accommodate your business growth or which slows your operations, we can help to review and find a solution which will match your needs and budget.
We do not merely "follow the crowd” when it comes to designing and implementing an I.T. solution. We strongly believe that every business is different. For example, whilst cloud seems to be the “I.T. solution” at the moment, in some situations having infrastructure on cloud is not ideal (for example where security and confidentiality of information is a concern), whilst for others (such as start ups) it may be the best choice.
STEP 1: DESIGN
Coming up with the right design is paramount as it will not only save you money, but will provide scalability and flexibility as your company grows.
Part of this process involves choosing the correct I.T. platform. This will depend on your company's size, operations, connectivity preferences and projected business growth.
It does not matter what you have at present - we will find a way to transform you system tino a new and effective solution, whether it be on-premise, virtual or cloud-based platform.
STEP 2: MIGRATION
When the design is done, we will create a system migration plan smoothly transfer your system into a new platform. On completion, we will offer the best support plan to maintain your system over the next 5 years.
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