Re:Q Technology Consulting: Revolutionizing the IT Services Landscape with Expertise in Systems Infrastructure
The present day business scenario is extremely different from what it used to be a decade ago. While earlier, businesses needed industry knowledge along with funding capabilities to commence their journey, today it’s all about having an innovative idea, a stable IT infrastructure and adequate funds. It’s the technological capabilities and result driven approach that drives the present generation of entrepreneurs to their goals. The world has witnessed numerous such instances where businesses have made it to the top leveraging their technological capabilities and IT infrastructures. And, the success of these businesses can be attributed to technology consulting companies that bring in the desired expertise to help businesses select the best combination of products and technologies, and implement them effectively to build the infrastructure. Similar kind of support is provided by Re:Q Technology Consulting, an IT services and solutions consulting company based in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 2008 to fulfill the need for high-quality IT infrastructure services among businesses from a neutral stand point with no specific recommendation of any product vendor or technology. Since then, the company has been ensuring a neutral stance on providing its consultancy services in order to make sure that its clients make the best choice of products and technologies for their IT infrastructure.
Re:Q Technology Consulting, as the name suggests, stands for ‘Revolution’ and ‘Quality’. With specialization in systems infrastructure, it helps businesses to achieve better efficiency and quality system development. “As the combination of products and technologies used for building the IT infrastructure becomes more and more diversified, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the clients to determine which products and technologies they should choose,” specifies Shigeru Kamiya, President & CEO, Re:Q Technology Consulting.
Re:QTC assists its clients with the most tedious task of choosing between on-premises or clouds for the database server, to imperatively strike the right balance between costs, flexibility and scalability
The company thus offers consulting services to help its clients determine the best choice of products and technologies for their IT infrastructure and implementation services that ensure maximum performance of the selected products and technologies. With accomplishments of various successful past projects to its name, Re:QTC operates as a capable provider of VMware implementation solutions including vSphere Server, vCenter Server, vSphere HA/FT, Backup/monitoring, Virtual Server Implementation, OS (Windows, Linux) and Clusterware. Re:QTC assists its clients with the most tedious task of choosing between on-premises or clouds for the database server, to imperatively strike the right balance between costs, flexibility and scalability. Re:QTC’s consulting and professional services cover the full life cycle from planning, designing, implementation, testing to operation. Moreover, the company suggests optimal combination of bare-metal server, virtual server and/or cloud that best suits each client’s needs. “We provide solutions that best suit each client’s needs by leveraging our rich experience in offering a wide range of successful solutions for database development and IT infrastructure building,” adds Kamiya.
With its extensive array of solutions and expertise in VM Ware Solutions, the company has had an impressive track record of serving a vast client base. Over the years, Re:QTC has served numerous leading brands including major system integrators and major consulting firms operating across financial services, manufacturing and retail, etc. It’s the company’s capabilities and expertise in the areas of IT infrastructure and VM Ware that has enabled it to accomplish a lot since its inception. Detailing the company’s future focus areas, Kamiya says, “In the next few years, we plan to expand the portfolio of our solutions to include hyper-converged infrastructure and database security services.”