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Project Management & Vendor Coordination
Our clients range from FTSE 300 companies, to large charitable organisations and some small local businesses who are striving to expand. Our key markets expand into military and education k-12 and higher learning. As for the military / Government projects let me know the clearances and I will apply for them. Most of our clients use our Data Analysis service and project management to make efficient progress with their project and inform their strategic decision making and their targets for the immediate, mid-term and long-term future.
The data sources that we use for this type of analysis include customer inquiry data, sales figures, costs, market data and customer feedback.
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We have over 20 years of consultancy experience in this area of business and we strive to achieve the following: develop, empower, enable and maintain.
We understand the effects of downsizing and growth have on the technology systems that sustain your business. We are here to help you. The mission of Technology Infrastructure is to provide the client with the best technology advice possible, and help with any problems of implementation required to get through a project.
Legacy applications and technology tend to be monolithic, with little or no modularity or interoperability to IT infrastructure. They are typically hard to understand, expensive to maintain, and difficult to modify. Many, should have been allowed to die a natural death years ago. Why then do so many legacy systems live? It’s simple, really. Existing IT infrastructure continues to support core business functions. As long as critical data and processes remain trapped there, it’s not going away. Old systems of IT infrastructure, haven’t outlived their usefulness. The systems of the past are often the very thing you need to create the new applications, digital experiences, and business models required to remain relevant and competitive in the future. It would be best if you bridged the gap between old and new and plan accordingly.
Today’s IT infrastructure leaders are poised to become a vital and visionary force; one that actively strategizes and champions innovation for the entire business, not just the data center. The first step in seizing this opportunity is to modernize your IT infrastructure to:Speed transformation, Lower costs, Improve security and compliance.
Pick the “low-hanging fruit” projects that tap into what you already have to deliver the most significant benefit in the least amount of time. These projects not only speed digital transformation, but they also subsidize the infrastructure that can then be deployed elsewhere and on other projects in the future.
Improving IT infrastructure
Technology Infrastructure Project Management & Design can reduce time-to-market from months to weeks for new applications and services, with minimal disruption and maximum security.
Users have outgrown the complex, old-school, IT-sanctioned tools of the past. They have any time, anywhere access to information in their personal lives, and they expect the same simplicity and convenience at work, too. These principals apply even if they have to use risky consumer cloud services to get it. The best defense is a good offense. You need to offer a secure and managed alternative that users will be eager to adopt.
Whether you’re looking for a new cloud-only solution or you need to modernize your existing IT infrastructure, an easy-to-use and easy-to-manage file sharing and content collaboration solution will help you improve data agility and workforce productivity while lowering costs and protecting data across your entire digital ecosystem.
Technology Infrastructure will give you the agility you need to unleash your legacy data and drive a successful digital transformation into the opportunity of a lifetime. With continuous incremental improvements, you can score wins by tapping into legacy systems to start building the modern infrastructure of the future.