CANIT stands for Configuration, Asset, Network, Information (and) Traffic.
The company was formed to take our skills along with the VMIS services to a wider audience.
We specialise in methods of saving and generating income in a low cost and low effort way for our customers.
In addition, we have experience of managing major projects in Finance (Banking and Insurance), Utilities (European and UK), Telecomms (Fixed and Mobile), Local and Central Government.
Solid experience of data centre consolidation and migration projects across Europe
A fully managed service that works on a recovery sharing basis - the more we save the more our clients, and we, earn. This proven service offers telecomms providers the opportunity to recover otherwise lost revenue to the value of circa 30M Sterling per annum.
An initial document review which is transformed into a pictorial view of the assets, their location and all associated data. This immediately highlights information gaps and promotes an understanding of the IT/Network estate showing possible redundant or over specified assets. Can also be produced as a standard report.
Detailed review and analysis of your telecom bills every quarter which provides savings, refunds, and recoveries which reflect on your bottom line almost immediately. We invoice your company a percentage of the refund and recovery. Clients have an optional billing method, fee based on a small percentage of their annual telecom spend. In many cases clients realise their savings, refunds and recoveries before they pay us.
A wide range of consultancy, for a diverse client base, has proven our ability to provide value-add in all areas of IT and Telecomms.
Following the highly succesful migration of over half the business infrastructure assets we have been engaged to investigate and relocate the remainder.
Contracted to manage the relocation of over 100 servers from a datacentre in Holland to the main datacentre in Germany. Users are already seeing the improvement in service and substantial on-going savings have been identified.