Shop (Around) Smarter
Design is done, and now it’s time to source the parts and pieces that will bring your project online—and to completion. The goal: On time and on budget. The reality: Internal resources often don’t know where to go to get the best deal.
An nflexon certified designer can take your design from planned to purchase-ready, creating a shoppable BOM. We can also help further if needed, developing a price quote.
Create and Conquer
Design is the beginning of everything. The pre-work before a Division 27 bid. The foundation of a new network in a brand new building. The backbone of a renovation or refurbish entering the 21st century. The goal: Plans made, and work is on its way to being started. The reality: Internal resources aren’t always available, or an independent opinion is needed. And you just want it done.
nflexon Certified Designers get personal with your network requirements, get inspired, and then get down to business, moving your cabling infrastructure project down the path from idea to implementation.
Take a Step Back
You’ve got a design in hand, but (from past experience) you know due diligence is a good idea. An experienced, independent second set of eyes is in order. The goal: Kick off right, in full view that design will meet expectations. The reality: What you have might be right—or it might not be detailed enough for budget development.
nflexon can make sure all the bases are covered, with review from our Certified Designers aimed at helping you feel confident that the design you have is truly the one that your project—and client—needs.
From Complex to Calm
The start of an IT infrastructure project always has a lot of moving parts. So many variables, so many complex choices—from what level of products need to be installed (Intelligent, manageable switches or unmanaged “rack and stack” switches? What brand and model?), to who will handle all the tasks involved in getting the work over the finish line (Who will design, install, configure and manage your switching and routing network?). The goal: Build for the future, without creating chaos today. The reality: Hiring enterprise-scale resources for non-enterprise level projects can be a costly mismatch.
Consider nflexon part of your team. We’re independent, product agnostic, and offer consulting services aimed at helping you every step of the way, from making the right design and product decisions, to installation, and even initial and ongoing configuration. No network hardware vendor sales incentives here—just decades of networking experience directed at your project, every day.
Complex site or multi-site installation, with only a few installers or many, your network project has a ton of moving parts—and you don’t have the staff on hand to manage every cable, worker and project in your program. The goal: A well-choreographed dance of installers completing work efficiently and effectively on a full schedule of inter-related projects. The reality: Disconnection, discord, and a client who just wants one point of contact.
nflexon puts all the pieces together — with program management teams that map out individual projects using the project life cycle process of initiating, planning, executing and close out, then convene into a single point of contact to oversee all work under a broader program. It’s a simpler, easier way to put the puzzle of IT infrastructure together.
Your new build is underway. Or the renovation is running. It’s time to move. Or add, or change elements of your (or your client’s) network. And now, you may need a little help—a few additional resources to make sure things go as planned, or a third party to keep an eye on things. The goal: A project that runs smoothly. The reality: The internal resource(s) appointed to the job might be doing double duty (and his or her best), but inadvertently causing delays.
nflexon has the experience to manage projects big and small, with a talented pool of Project Managers dedicated to mapping out your work using the project life cycle process of initiating, planning, execution, and close out, and responsible for maintaining an integrated plan of your network’s big picture. It’s helping hands with a higher-level perspective.