This is where Agility's engagement process comes together. A comprehensive, executive-level report is presented in-person. The findings are invariably comprehensive - from each desktop, server, application, and business process - a strong attempt is made to create a road-map for stability, security, and way to add value in the most efficient way possible. Agility by no means looks to over-engineer small and medium-sized business networks - through the use of managed services, Senior-Level staff with years of experience; Agility looks to communicate and mold a plan to reduce the total cost of ownership of a computer network system and find ways to create value (through savings and prudent enhancements) to help our clients succeed.
This can be considered the first Quarterly Business Review of the status of the network system, how it is performing in relation to client needs and what areas of interest may be on the horizon for long-term planning (no longer should network management be a break/fix environment that is simply a drain on the profits of a company). Endless references are available in many industry verticals to support Agility's ability to provide this level of service.
Where proposals are presented at this stage, they act as a executive-level decision-making tools for items that need more immediate attention for the computer network system and begin, or in some case continue, the work towards reduced costs through preemptive management and best practices.
The long-term plan(s) where appropriate include items that need attention in the near- or long-term.
Proposal will include system information, potential vulnerabilities and recommendations. Initial proposals are typically delivered during an executive-level meeting involving key client and Agility personnel after a thorough discussion and System Discovery has been performed.