Who Benefits from this Service?
Companies close to making a decision about purchasing an integration infrastructure management or AIOps solution
New Nastel customers at the start of their implementation process
Proof of Concept
Companies going through a POC (Proof of Concept) process with Nastel or any AIOps/Observability or systems management vendor.
Current customers who are using any part of the Nastel Platform in production mode and are adding new functionality to their infrastructure or expanding their use of the Nastel Platform
(e.g. bringing a new application or new remote facilities or branches under the Nastel Platform’s control)
Service Package Description
Brings a high-level senior technical resource into the sales and implementation process at the beginning to examine and assess what clients really need from a total solution perspective and how the Nastel Platform’s software modules and services can best be applied to provide that solution over time.
Applies senior technical assessments and recommendations from an expert to ensure the successful implementation and effectiveness of the expanded usage.
The physical deliverable is a written assessment of what specific problems and challenges exist in a specific environment, how Nastel’s i2M technology (and possibly other complementary technologies) can address them, which elements of the total solution are the highest priority and represent the greatest potential for near-term client benefit, and what services might be valuable to best assist implementing a total and comprehensive solution.
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