The IT behind a large office move is planned
Eastern Animal Hospital, in Baltimore, was planning to move an existing office location to a new, larger, 15,000 square foot location. We worked with the client’s Project Manager, Ross, on the precise list of what needed to be done to execute the move. This meant bringing in a new ISP, new servers, new computers, and new phones.
Pre-planning gives us (and the client) a better result
It took months of planning to prepare and execute this move. On the week of the move, equipment needed to be transported, networks needed to be assembled, servers and endpoints configured, phones placed and circuits provisioned. Physical and data security was addressed and final checklists checked.
Coordinating for a seamless first-day office opening.
We had to coordinate with many different parties including phone vendors, computer vendors, software vendors, and low voltage security access. This all had to be done for opening day so everything at the old location could be switched off. The transition from old location to new location required closing the old doors and opening the new doors the next day.
Integris delivers a well-executed IT office move
– Ross, RES Consulting for Eastern Animal Hospital