The first step in a reliable network operation is a professional design taking into account the current and projected needs of the organization. Sullivan Data's system design engineers can provide the expertise needed to ensure your system will meet your organizations current and future demands.
Successfully upgrading an in place and operational IT system is a difficult task that must be carefully planned and even more carefully executed. A poorly planned or executed system upgrade can cost an organization thousands or even 10s of thousands of dollars in lost time and / or valuable data. At Sullivan Data, we pride ourselves in having successfully planned and executed dozens of complex system upgrades over the last few years and hundreds of such upgrades in the companies 25 year history.
Simply upgrading an organizations systems does not necessarily mean the users will benefit from the upgrade. In order to maximize the benefit of updated systems and applications, the users should be trained in the use and features of updated or new applications. Sullivan Data ensures that users are optimally trained to maximize the benefit.
Large IT projects require careful planning, execution and oversight. Even organizations with existing in house IT departments may not wish to dilute their staff capabilities by tackling a major project with in-house staff, especially when multiple external vendors may be involved. Sullivan Data can provide IT project management from inception through final documentation.
We have an 25 year successful track record of bringing major IT projects in on time and on or under budget.
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Sullivan Data Management, Inc.
1520B Front Street
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914) 962-1573 Fax (914) 962-6030
Sullivan Data provides IT services & outsource management solutions to small and medium businesses, local government agencies and not for profit organizations in Westchester County as well as Putnam, Dutchess, Orange and Rockland Counties.