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Speed of deployment
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In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, the speed of deployment can have a lasting impact on a company’s competitive edge. Businesses strive to deploy equipment with pace to stay ahead of the curve; however, achieving rapid speed of deployment is not merely about working faster; it requires a strategic approach and the right resources in place. Evolve employs a host of strategies to consistently resolve tasks with pace

In-House Engineers & Deployment

One of Evolve’s strongest assets is our in-house engineers and in-house deployment process. Unlike external contractors or third-party vendors, in-house engineers possess a deep understanding of the organisation’s infrastructure, technology and business goals. There are several ways in which Evolve’s in-house engineers aid significant speed of deployment for example Evolve has immediate access to expertise, and our engineers know the technology and the solution like the back of their hand. They are always readily available to tackle challenges and provide solutions promptly. 

Pre-staged, configured, tested and deployed from Wigan HQ

Centralising the deployment process at Evolve’s Warehouse offers a variety of benefits about efficiency, consistency, and quality control. By pre-staging, configuring, testing and deploying devices from a central hub, businesses such as Evolve can streamline the deployment workflow and minimise logistical complexities. 

Less than 1% of devices are DOA

Achieving a low rate of devices that are dead on arrival (DOA) devices is crucial for maintaining customer satisfaction and minimising disruption to operations. A DOA device not only incurs additional costs for replacement but also tarnishes the company’s reputation and erodes customer trust. By implementing rigorous quality assurance measures, companies can ensure that most devices deployed are fully functional and ready for use upon arrival. 

In today’s competitive business environment, speed of deployment is a critical factor in maintaining a competitive edge and meeting customer expectations. By leveraging in-house engineers and centralising deployment processes, businesses can accelerate deployment timelines while maintaining quality and reliability. 

Contact Evolve today to unleash your businesses potential through network technologies. 



About Evolve Business Group and Evolve

Evolve Business Group is an independently owned company that specialises in providing end-to-end IT and managed network solutions to a range of businesses. Evolve is helping businesses to reduce costs and simplify the management of services and give business owners and their teams more time to do what they do best.

Founded in 2005, it has worked with a variety of customers across different industries around the world, building a team of highly experienced specialists to help create effective and efficient packages using any combination of different offerings. It keeps a range of cross-sector networks protected and connected.


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