PAST AND PRESENT PROJECTS
Our Impressive Portfolio
We began installing Wal-Mart towers in 2016 way before Covid-19 hit. We run the cabling, electrical and hardware to run their POS systems, network and order fulfillment. Working on OGP was a remodel. We moved racks, created the space needed to install a register, TV and pick up system.
Target had order fulfillment slated before Covid-19 hit. However, once the pandemic got underway we were swamped with projects.
Formerly headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, NCR was a great partner for many large projects such as Kroger, Wal-Mart and Target to name a few.
Every year before the holidays, many companies roll out their holiday refresh projects. We clean up the registers, replace cables and check to ensure everything is running smoothly.
Clients include: TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods.
After several acquisitions, Mariner Finance wanted to streamline their IT systems across the board. We worked with MF to complete a large overhaul of their systems. This included cleaning out all paperwork/old hardware, removing old networking equipment, and backing up all needed documents. Then, we installed a new system including: firewall, rack, APs, cameras, switch, router, cabling, computers, printers, electrical and a paperless touchscreen computer system.
AMC MOVIE THEATRE
Network upgrade including new APs, switch, router, rack and firewall. All new cabling throughout AMC's impressive locations.
SENIOR EDUCATION PROGRAM--AARP
One of our favorite projects was to educate seniors on how to use technology in their everyday lives. We host sessions at local facilities geared toward individuals 65 years and older who have never used any technology devices. In addition, we offer in home senior services at discounted rates. We help educate individuals on their specific needs may it be a television, phone, tablet or even how to use their smart HVAC app!
HEARTLAND NURSING HOME
Heartland was in need of an IP phone, wifi and entry security upgrade. We ran the cable, installed the APs and configured their system so that the residents had high speed internet access and the nurses had Cisco phones with fast internet.