Recent recessions have tended to last 2 or 3 years; however the current economic situation has been prolonged and extremely difficult. One sign of business confidence returning and a strengthening economy is movement in the commercial property sector. Around the edges we’re seeing significant activity as our some of our clients start – to quite literally – move their businesses forward again.
Paralogic has recently completed or is providing services to manage the technology requirement for a number of office refurbishment or relocation projects. From the perspective of technology, moving or refurbishing offices requires close attention to detail and strong project management.
There are many aspects to be considered; for example, server room provisioning, data and power cabling and the location of equipment such as network printing devices
Besides ensuring adequate provisioning, there’s making sure that the requirement is actually installed in the right place. We provide project management at site to liaise with architects and construction teams, electricians and cabling contractors as frequently as required to ensure everyone and everything is up to scratch and on target for the go live date.
Here are some projects we have just completed or are completing now where we have undertaken total responsibility for the technology fabric:
When it comes to refurbishing or moving the offices of smaller, expanding and mid-sized businesses you need the services of an IT services partner you can trust. Paralogic makes sure every last detail is taken into consideration. Please click here to find out more about Paralogic relocation services.
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