We’re known for using an agile, agnostic approach to tech infrastructure that factors in your needs and our experience to make sure that you always get the solution that works best for your business.
We’ve formalised that expertise in our TechWorkshop, using our core principles to create a methodology which gives you a systematic, thorough analysis of your IT environment. It’s the result of years of experience, designed to offer you a practical, comprehensive sounding board for your IT infrastructure planning, or as the first step to creating a bespoke IT system.
Weaving in your business objectives, it’s designed to help you grow and thrive, allowing you to concentrate on what you do best. Our clients tell us that it ‘provided essential information for our wider strategic planning,’ and that it allowed them to ‘mitigate risk by early identification of key issues.’ You can click here to read more client feedback…
Our TechWorkshop is designed to be low investment, in terms of both cost and resources. It can be used to ‘sanity check’ a strategic initiative or project, verify whether an idea is viable, both technically and commercially, or provide deeper analysis for strategic IT reviews and planning, upgrades and systems improvements and greenfield infrastructure development.
With the rise of cloud hosting technology, many of our customers use it to develop cloud migration strategies. Use our experience and expertise to investigate dedicated hosting, offsite backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
There’s no obligation to go any further than a TechWorkshop with us – sometimes clients decide not to proceed with the project, as the workshop has highlighted issues that they were unaware of previously. It’s accessible, analytical, and risk-free.
We’d recommend talking to us about a TechWorkshop if you’re looking at projects which are:
This diagram shows the TechWorkshop approach, with the key activities in each phase:
Our clients have been quick to adopt the TechWorkshop as an insight tool, using it either as an analytic sense check, or to develop and spec complex IT strategies.
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