Staging and Integration

The Final Step in Your Modernization Process

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Network deployments are usually finite projects with a defined start and end date. While many organizations invest in-house resources to configure the solution to be deployed, they typically lack the resources to be able to execute the staging and integration of the solution at the speed they need to implement it, or the expertise to plan and manage deployment. That’s where Netsync’s Staging and Integration services come in.

The first step to any successful deployment is a smooth-running logistics operation. This operation must manage:

  • Material planning, procurement and inventory of stock
  • Scheduling of work according to customers delivery dates
  • Hardware integration
  • Software imaging, customization and testing
  • Custom packing
  • Cross-country delivery of the staged systems to the final location for installation at the exact date and time customers require it to support their business goals.

Netsync’s engineers and architects ensure that the logistic activities are managed hand-in-hand with the deployment project team to confirm the timely and coordinated shipment of products to meet agreed schedules. We work together with our customers to find the correct balance of standardized processes and best practices, and at the same time, we remain flexible enough to customize our service to each of our customer-specific requirements. 


Project Management

Managing All Your Project Needs

Netsync recognizes that each customer’s staging and integration requirements are unique

Managed Delivery

A Genuine Single Vendor Solution to Manage All Your Needs

Netsync provides a genuine single vendor solution to manage all your needs.

Wiring and Cabling

Connecting Your Routers, Switches and Networks

Let Netsync manage all your wiring and cabling needs so you can focus on running your business.

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