Peak District Project Management

If you have plans to install or upgrade a national or international Wide Area Network then we have many years' experience in project managing these installations into place. The help we can provide ranges from initially assistance with requirements definition through defining the architectural outline to detailed design, RFI/RFP production and evaluation based on your requirements, through defining service levels, negotiation with third parties, project managing the roll-out, and overseeing the hand-over and acceptance of the network.

Methodologies used by our consultants include:

In addition all are consultants are committed to work to client's existing Quality Standards or within generic ISO 9000 Standards as defined by NCA.

Case Studies

Peak District Cottages technology deployment
Project management of the deployment of technology to a Derbyshire based Peak District Holiday cottage complex.

Global LAN-LAN Managed Network
Provision of project management and technical consultancy to a large pharmaceutical company for an outsourced international LAN-LAN Network. This network interconnected 18 different countries using Cisco routers and Frame Relay.

Responsibilities included: negotiating the Service Level Agreement on behalf of the client, day to day project management, specification of roll-out and support procedures, verifying the design and configuration of routers, and managing the supplier on behalf of the client.

Global LAN-LAN Managed Network
Project Management for the deployment of international Frame Relay networks for a number of major UK Investment banks.

National voice/data network

Provided consultancy assistance to a large transport operator for the development of a new group-wide data/voice network. Work included resolving differing divisional requirements, reviewing and auditing the preferred vendors design and finding ways to integrate existing UNIX, DEC VAX, Bull and Unisys systems with a new applications platform.

Secure Firewall
Project Management for the design and deployment of an international Secure Gateway (Firewall) initiative for a major UK Investment Bank. The role included responsibility for developing the initial security guidelines prior to defining the project and subsequently rolling 25 Firewall 1 Unix gateways worldwide.