Our Project Services Specialist with whom you will work has more than twenty years of experience in the IT industry. As part of our Workscope Process, our Project Specialist works directly with prospective clients to define the SRS services that are best-fit. We focus on the cost efficiency matched to technical effectiveness.
Once the general nature of the project or support program is understood, SRS technical experts are brought in to define the scope, deliverables, timeframes, and budgets for our proposed services. In tandem with this activity, our Project Services Specialist focuses on codifying the tangible and intangible benefits our work will provide.
From the first dialog through contract formalization, SRS senior staff lead the efforts that codify a proposed working relationship, craft specific service deliverables, staffing strategies, time frames, and budgets. In such a competitive market, customers value the high level of accountability and transparency that Strategic Response Services brings to their approach to IT resiliency.
SRS prepares customized services contracts with the assistance of an industry-experienced legal advisor. We do this to ensure our statements of delivery exactly match what our clients expect to receive. When making technology recommendations for our clients we specify the solution with the best match for the need, one that delivers the best value for the client free of any hidden agendas.
SRS is careful, thorough, and transparent in our contracting practices; and because we understand the threats facing today’s complex IT infrastructures, we also carry three types of insurance. SRS covers all of our work with General Liability, Professional Liability (also known as Errors and Omission) Insurance, and Cyber Insurance policies to ensure that our customers feel confident and protected.
The SRS Workscope is competitively priced on a sliding scale by the size of the organization and the challenges being confronted. If you choose to retain SRS for your IT Services, the total investment in the Workscope is applied to your implementation.