Network Design and Project management
At TRG network design (creating the best digital infrastructure) and project management, go hand in hand. Many network designs take into account the latest technology but fail to consider the people who use it. And sometimes project management just doesn’t adequately plan for the changes in technology. Preparation is what distinguishes project management at TRG. Whether we’re implementing our network design or a system you have already chosen, a network installed by TRG will be carefully planned and managed, with an eye towards making technology work for your staff and not the other way around.
A successful network design starts with a thorough understanding of the needs of your business and results in a solid engineering design tailored to those needs. For over 30 years, TRG has operated on the philosophy that an excellent IT system must be built on a foundation of solid, customized, architectural network design. Today, this still is the hallmark of what we believe and what we deliver. Our job isn’t
complete until your staff have tested the new network installation and are satisfied that it works as you intended.
We build and test your new systems at our facility to guarantee a smooth delivery with a minimum of down-time and disruption for you. Our schedule is flexible so that the time frame for your install will be based on your business needs.
Next, we deliver customized documentation of the system and its configuration as well as warranties and licenses on all hardware and software you’ve received. The life-cycle continues through training and support which TRG provides with the same level of thoughtfulness, expertise, and experience that went into each stage of your project since its inception.
At TRG, project management isn’t just about effectively coordinating an equipment installation to be on schedule and on point;
it’s about delivering technology for the people who use it.
From the initial review of your business through final testing and training, your Project Manager will be there for you. He or she will ask the detailed, human questions about your operations, processes and staff in order to gain an in-depth understanding of your needs. Then your Project Manager will coordinate a team of experienced, certified engineers to ensure that every detail of the installation is carefully planned and executed—from equipment ordering and service development to the installation timeline and creation of user training materials. Any sized business can benefit from having an IT Project Manager to develop a unique solution from beginning to end.