End user computing/System Solution
Our approach towards End User Computing includes managing desktops, notebooks, printers and peripherals, software and others. While implementing a unique approach, we ensure a common set of processes and deliverables and continue to maintain a high level of cost and operational efficiency.
GITPL has a wide range of offerings that include end user infrastructure planning, migration, deployment and on-going management across distributed, mobile and virtual flexible computing platforms, that helps simplify our customers' client infrastructure.
- Printers & Peripherals
- Upgrades & Accessories
We firmly believe that organizations should implement optimized client deployment policies and procedures in order to reduce time, costs and resource drain associated with client refreshes and migrations, specific focus should be applied to:
- Image management tools and processes
- Client build tools and processes
- Client delivery tools, logistics and processes
- Client infrastructure readiness
In order to deliver optimized architectures to users and business units, Work style Management / Workforce Segmentation is utilized as the start point for client-side architecture optimization. We can help organizations increase their green credentials outside of the datacenter by implementing client-side power management and reporting and by utilizing appropriate asset recovery services during hardware maintenance.
Our End User Computing service has developed a range of service offerings that include end user infrastructure planning, migration, deployment and on-going management across distributed mobile and virtual flexible computing platforms to help simplify client infrastructure.
GITPL can offer end-to-end solutions with a single point of contact for hardware, software, services and on-going support. In a time when many providers aspire to do everything, we focus on IT infrastructure services excellence. Our consultants work with clients to gain an understanding of their business objectives and IT strategy, then design plans that are flexible enough to adapt to current environments and structured to scale to future requirements.