Our package includes the following services:
- Wireless Design
- Wireless Surveys
- Database Management
- Speed Tests
- Bandwidth Analysis
- On-going monitoring
- Help desk support
ACCL are an organisation that optimises professionalism. Our fully qualified engineers are industry leading experts that take pride in the delivery of excellence. Wireless network management brings with it huge levels of responsibility. If a system is not kept in an optimised state it will prove problematic.
Our wireless network management services are carried out in such a manner that they produce the minimum of disruption to the workplace. More often than not our engineers carry out tasks without it being noticed by network operators.
In the unlikely event of a major occurrence our engineers will be on-site within a 12 hour window; this includes weekends and Bank Holidays. Our service should be viewed as a compulsory insurance policy.
Areas of expertise include:
- Data Centres
- Office Environments
- Sport & Leisure Facilities
- Educational Structures
ACCL’s employees have the ability to communicate at all levels, all too often IT specialists over complicate issues, thus producing ineffective lines of communication. Our organisation prides itself on the de-mystification of IT related subjects. This is possibly due to our longevity in the sector. Our Managing Director is affectionately known as a ‘Dinosaur’ within industry circles. Whatever the reason, we constantly receive positive feedback from clientele in this area.
A sample of enterprises we’ve provided wireless network management services for include:
- MF Global
- Stock Poges Country Club
- Lilian Bayless technology school
- Grand arcade shopping centre Wigan
- Queen Marys Hospital Roehampton
If you would like to discuss your operation with one of our consultants simply call 0333 900 0101 and enquire about a free, no obligation site survey. This package is proving very popular within the corporate community.
It’s an old adage but one worth repeating. “There’s no point closing the door after the horse has bolted”. In many ways this optimises the subject of wireless network management. Generally this service is only considered after something has gone drastically wrong.