From small implementation to a large-scale project, we are committed to developing solutions that lead with a ‘security first’ mindset. This will allow your company to be confident that your IT solutions are in line with best practices to keep your company secure and compliant.
Intrinium provides IT solutions to businesses of all sizes, specializing in highly complex projects in ever-changing environments. Our integrated approach to IT services allows us to collaborate and share best practices across departmental lines. This gives us a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of technology while enabling us to recommend and implement solutions that will best fit our client’s business objectives and strategy.
Where we come in:
Have you ever had an IT project that may begin to go over budget, grow exponentially in scope, or you are missing the IT expertise on your full-time team to manage a project through to completion? Whether you are looking to have us assist your IT staff with new projects or jump in to help with ongoing projects that need more support, our PMP-certified Project Management team can help. We are experts in taking projects in any status and ensuring they get completed on-time and on budget.
Our Project Management Consultants can support:
Governance and Oversight
Business Continuity Planning
Business Impact Analysis
Disaster Recovery Planning
IT Strategic Planning
Sourcing and Procurement
What We Guarantee:
- Our proven track record with long-term and highly complex projects in ever-changing environments is top-tier.
- We pride ourselves on consistent, clear communication with clients.
- We will deliver the project that meets the client needs, on-time and within budget.
- Our comprehensive knowledge through all aspects of technology enables us to recommend and implement solutions that will best fit the needs of our clients.
We are here to help, contact us today.
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