Massive corporation listed among the Fortune 50 with a vast global footprint and an historically decentralized business model.
Too many standalone systems created a lack of control and monitoring capabilities.
In order to better leverage their technology, Security 101 consolidated the company’s servers down to two located in the United States.
The solution provided a cohesive method for all sites to access and share the same information saving on IT and administrative costs.
A global cane sugar refining company with a product capacity of 6.5 million tons of product.
Company used one system in North America and a separate system in Europe, however, both systems were aging and looking to centralize on a common platform.
Merged two systems to one new platform and managed the migrations.
Centralized system provided more accurate data across the organization, including more up-to-date access control credentials with better data integrity, centralized reporting, administration and monitoring.
An American bank holding company headquartered in the United States that provides a wide range of financial services.
This client was searching out an integrator that could assist them with putting security standards in place and make programming and database management consistent.
Security 101 developed standards and best practices by drawing documentation standards and drawing details and then integrated the client's video systems.
A better detailed and documented system with consistent product standards lowered their cost of ownership.
An integrated renewable energy company in the United Kingdom, with operations spanning electricity generation and the sale of gas and electricity to homes and businesses throughout the United Kingdom.
A system that they had been informed would not meet compliance requirements.
In a matter of two weeks we reconfigured their existing, noncompliant system to meet the regulatory requirements.
They were able to meet their deadlines and compliance requirements, saving them the tens of thousands of dollars they would have spent on the new system.