Ruiyao provides a large number of small to medium sized business clients in the Shanghai, China with IT consulting services on an ongoing basis. It takes a breadth of knowledge and expertise to make the correct infrastructure decisions. Business owners sometimes find themselves at a crossroads with their current IT solutions, often asking questions like:
- Is it time to upgrade our servers?
- Should we consider migrating to cloud services?
- Do we have an adequate disaster recovery plan?
- Is our data being backed up properly?
- Can we monitor our employees’ internet use?
- Have we implemented the right security solutions and is our network safe from hackers?
- What sort of CRM solution can we implement to improve our business processes?
- How can we improve our online presence?
The answer is really quite simple – not only do our IT consultants have a breadth of knowledge and expertise that is industry best practice, but we also pride ourselves in treating each and every scenario in a comprehensive way. We will consider all aspects of a situation and propose a number of solutions, all with clearly defined pros and cons. Essentially, we believe that major changes to your IT infrastructure calls for a clearly defined process, whereby key stakeholders are consulted, all possibilities are considered, and final recommendations are put to the decision maker and explained in plain English.
After planning comes execution, drawing on the collective expertise of our team, we are able to efficiently enact a plan of action, ensuring that everything is taken into consideration and outcomes are achieved on time and as described. Frequently changes to IT infrastructure can be quite costly from a time perspective for businesses, so whenever possible we work to ensure that big changes take place over the weekend or out of hours.
We have enacted a large number of small to medium enterprise infrastructure projects and have a solid track record in terms of:
- Speed of execution
- Optimal outcomes
- A lack of complications
- Beating budgetary targets