Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Dakota Provisions

Dakota Provisions wanted a thorough analysis of its IT infrastructure. Its 180 computer users direct the work of 900 employees who process over 320 million pounds of turkey product annually. The company had a small IT department, and its staff didn’t have time to review the hardware and software systems. They found that they spent their time resetting passwords, patching software, setting up new users, and ‘putting out fires,’ leaving no time to take a 360 degree view of their IT infrastructure. Dakota Provisions knew it was time for an in-depth IT “health check.”  

View Case Study

Dakota Provisions was using POP3 for its email platform and wanted a solution that would provide the advantages of Microsoft Exchange without the time and expense of deploying on-premise Exchange Servers. It also wanted the solution to integrate with Active Directory. The computer users were experiencing decreased productivity because of some Microsoft Office compatibility issues. The company didn’t want to make a large capital expenditure to upgrade its technology, and had the goal of reducing overall costs. Dakota Provisions was looking for an IT partner that had extensive experience implementing cloud solutions.

View Case Study

Mauer Chevrolet

Mauer Chevrolet provides new and pre-owned vehicles, service and parts to their customers. Mauer Chevrolet was in the process of opening a new dealership and needed a secure and reliable solution for their email. Because of the business risk, cost and lead time, requirements. Mauer Chevrolet did not want to purchase, install and support servers in their offices. They were looking for a solution that just worked, without worries about servers failing or requiring ongoing maintenance and support.
View Case Study

Blaine Brothers

Blaine Brothers wanted to reduce monthly server maintenance fees, eliminate concerns about server reliability and simplify processes. Senior management was having issues with email addresses being added to a spam lists which would not allow them to send to certain people in organizations that they did business with.

View Case Study

​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​