Electrical contractor blows a fuse.
The company had built a reputation for outstanding work, serving a growing customer base in the southeast. It maintained offices in a number of cities, connected by a dedicated network.
When the Charlotte office landed a huge contract for a new stadium, the project generated massive engineering-related files that needed to be transferred quickly across the network. Since some of these files climbed into the hundreds of megabytes, network performance dragged. Frustration was high.
Not so fast.
The company’s outside IT provider recommended a costly expansion of bandwidth across the network.
The investment did not improve performance. They called us in to take a look.