GoIWx has a proven track record of helping companies with their IT and Software Application hosting needs. We invite you to review the following case studies to learn how.
NSM Surveillance (NSMS) needed robust functionality to handle its complex production environment, with the capability to easily scale as the business grows. A cloud-hosted solution allowed the company to take maximum advantage of a full-featured system in the most cost-effective manner – without needing an IT staff of its own.
Duet prides itself on seeing a need for wireless broadband internet and mobile phone service in its local market of St. Cloud, MN, and on creating a service model designed to compete head-to-head with major telecommunications carriers
WTA was looking for a way to simplify its outreach marketing and communications with students and families, while also increasing traffic to the company’s website. Microsoft SharePoint provided a central communications hub; having it hosted as a cloud application by GoIWx gave WTA the service support it needed.
Kivlan Group specializes in working with HV/AC, refrigeration, and pluming contractors and distributors in the Mid-Atlantic states, providing sales management and market planning to meet customers’ business objectives and increase profitable sales.
Native Oilfield Services supports the oil and gas industry and is headquartered in Texas. NOS provides just-in-time transport of materials used in the last stages of the oil and gas business during the fracturing process. The company significantly lowers the costs to its customers by utilizing systems for just-in-time delivery; this allows for efficient transport of material and ultimately reduces customer transportation costs by as much as 50%.
With headquarters in Cumberland, Wisconsin, Ardisam includes the Earthquake, River’s Edge, Eskimo, and Yukon Tracks brands of landscaping equipment, ice augers, deer stands, and camping accessories. Founded in 1960, Ardisam now operates in five locations, with four sites in Wisconsin in one in China.
Electric Machinery of Minneapolis, Minnesota, designs and manufactures electrical motors and generators for the power generation industry. Founded in 1891, Electric Machinery builds its products to customer specification, combining experience and innovation to service customers around the world.
Streater, Inc., of Albert Lea, Minnesota, has been providing retail store fixtures, wall-case shelving systems, point-of-purchase displays, gondolas, and other merchandising products since 1917. In 2000, Streater became a part of the Marmon Retail Services group of companies.
SuperFlow Technologies Group, based in Des Moines, Iowa, is a leading provider of dynamometers and test equipment for the automotive remanufacturing, transit, and automotive performance industries. Founded in 1989, the company now has 120 employees and facilities in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Pulle, Belgium.
Zero Halliburton® is a manufacturer of luggage and protective cases for the business, computer, and photography industries. Now based in North Salt Lake, Utah, the company was founded in 1938 by Earle P. Halliburton, who commissioned a group of aircraft engineers to build an aluminum case that could withstand the rigors of business travel.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, White Hat Brands has become a leader in the movement to combat childhood obesity and Type-2 diabetes by providing nutritious products and related services to promote children’s healthy eating habits and physical activities. The company’s vision is “to build a youth wellness company that creates products and messages kids embrace…”
PALs Software, based in Duluth, Minnesota, is a GoIWx strategic development partner. Founded in 2000, PALs Software develops software for the professional assisted living industry. The company is currently offering GoIWx’s Hosted Environment as an enhancement for both its current and new customers.
Midwest Plastics turned to GoIWx (then ProCon Solutions) for a hosted VISUAL Enterprise system in 1999 in preparation for Y2K. Prior to using VISUAL, Midwest Plastics was using an antiquated system to manage its activities. The company needed a more comprehensive system that would provide visibility to all manufacturing business activities. Rather than implementing the VISUAL system on site, Midwest Plastics elected for a host-based system from GoIWx. “We needed a new system, so we decided it was a good time for a transition to a hosted system,” states Don Roth, President of Midwest Plastics.