Vertical Intergration General theme

Applied Technology

Applied

To make use of as relevant, suitable, or pertinent: to apply a theory to a problem.
To bring into action; use; employ. To use for or assign to a specific purpose.

Technology

The use of scientific knowledge to solve practical problems in industry and commerce. The specific methods, materials, and devices used to solve practical problems.

At Global Asset applied technology is a call to action for the application of technological practices to solve practical problems. We focus on the sum of the parts and the required fabric that allows for the seamless integration of hardware, software and services; which allows our customers to experience meaningful and measureable benefits from the integration of the aggregated solution.

Technology has many moving parts. The strategic and tactical deployment of a well-designed solution requires a dedication to detail and a creative adaptation targeting the specific problem and pain points that our customers need addressed. Our Culture is built on this philosophy. At times our approach seems radical, however our belief is that dramatic measures are often required even for the simplest of problems.

Our partner network features some of the most innovative technology companies in the industry; our mutual objective of improving the customers experience assures a productive and meaningful collaboration.

Our Objective
The primary objective of lifecycle management is to deliver quality systems when promised and within cost estimates using an identifiable, measurable, and repeatable process.

Lifecycle Management (LCM) emphasizes decision processes that influence system cost and usefulness efficiencies. These decisions must be based on full consideration of business functional requirements and economic and technical feasibility in order to produce an effective system.

The objectives of the LCM approach are to:

  • Deliver quality systems which meet or exceed customer expectations when promised and within cost estimates.
  • Deliver systems that work effectively and efficiently within the current and planned information technology infrastructure.
  • Deliver systems that are cost-effective to enhance and maintain.
  • Develop quality systems using identifiable, measurable, and repeatable processes.
  • Establish an organizational and project management structure with appropriate levels of authority to ensure that each program or infrastructure project is effectively managed throughout its lifecycle.