When global IT service provider Beacon recently reported a 51% year-over-year increase in net sales, together with a 97% increase in gross profit, for the first quarter of fiscal 2012, it was something of a testament to the company’s philosophy of establishing long-term relationships, with IT services based upon comprehensive planning and design to ensure long-term integration and maintainability.
Rather than look at client projects as isolated jobs, Beacon has developed an extensive repertoire of planning and design programs ensuring that anything they do will serve the company well into the future. Over and above the fact that this helps ensure a smooth implementation, the indirect but critically important result of the approach is a deep-rooted rapport with the client, where Beacon is seen as a key member of the family.
On the planning side, Beacon offers high-level analysis, feasibility studies, facility usage, and budgeting guidance, including:
• Site Surveys/Audits
• Enterprise Infrastructure Management (EIM)
• Corporate Standards Development
When it comes to up-front design and engineering, Beacon covers projects in-depth, including documentation, which many companies overlook or minimize.
• Site Assessments and Reports
• Remediation and Relocation
• RFI/RFQ/RFP Development
• Special projects – Data Centers, Clean Rooms, Smart Buildings, OSP
It’s these well-established client relationships that have allowed Beacon to continue growing global revenue during a worldwide recession. Most recently, the company announced that it had received approximately $2 million in new ITS business from existing clients, as Beacon expanded their IT expertise to cover client manufacturing operations. Clearly Beacon isn’t just looking after the client’s future, they’re looking after their own.
For additional information, visit the company’s website at www.AskBeacon.com
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