Electro-America Flawlessly Executes Major Network Upgrade for NJ Law Firm

On July 21st, 2013, Electro-America, Inc., successfully completed an entire network upgrade for an 80 user law firm in Ocean, NJ. Additionally, an intelligent business continuity and disaster recovery plan was developed specifically for the firm in an effort to avoid the downtime and financial loss experienced during and as a result of Superstorm Sandy.

Union, NJ, August 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Electro-America, Inc., is well known for their computer network designs built to support businesses, as well as allow for and accommodate business growth. Senior systems engineer, Louis Guerra often describes his networks as being designed for both best and worst case scenarios. Best case scenarios being the business network is streamlined and automated wherever possible, leading to profit increase, business growth, and expansion. Worst case scenario, meaning including enough redundancy to keep the network running in the event of disaster, as well as a complete intelligent business continuity and disaster recovery plan that prevents downtime and unnecessary financial loss.

In January of 2013, the law firm of Ansell, Grimm, and Aaron, PC. contacted Electro-America with regard to converting to a paperless office system. A network assessment determined that system upgrades were required in order to support a paperless office. The engineering team at Electro-America worked diligently to present AGA with several network design options that would not only support a paperless office, but would also benefit them in a multitude of ways in the long run.

In the end of June, AGA decided to move forward with a full network upgrade that included an intelligent business continuity and robust disaster recovery plan. Electro-America prides itself on keeping in close contact with their clients and ensuring that an accurate timeline for the work is provided so that there are no surprises and so that each client knows what to expect.

The upgrade began on the morning of July 15th, right on schedule. EAI engineers began taking the necessary steps to migrate the existing network data and configurations over to the new hardware. The transition to the new network was done over the weekend as not to disrupt AGA's work week and was done smoothly with little downtime. AGA was exceptionally happy with the work, as well as their experience with EAI as a whole.

According to AGA administrator, Teri Siegle, "Everything was seamless and went as I had anticipated after speaking with Lou on several occasions before the (start of) the project. There are always so many variables and things that can go wrong with a project like this. I am extremely happy with the outcome."

Electro-America, Inc., offers service in the Tri-State area and can be reached at info@electro-america.com with any questions or for more information.
Electro-America, Inc.
Hayley O'Connor