I.T. Case Study:
Tower Community Bank

Lecia Post, Tower Community Bank’s tech-savvy SVP, administered the organization’s I.T. for several years of growth. As infrastructure requirements multiplied, she ceded control of proactive support and network monitoring several years ago to NetGain’s managed I.T. services team, and worked with the MSP on the bank’s strategic planning.

I.T. Case Study:
OctoChem

Mark Langston, OctoChem’s president, recalls the technology struggles brought about by rapid expansion. “We outgrew our legacy systems and resources.”

I.T. Case Study:
CareLink Senior Health Care

CareLink experience growing pains as the senior health care provider sought to enter the information age.

I.T. Case Study:
Camco Chemical Co.

During a period of growth—including expansion to a new location—Camco Chemicals looked to the future and chose managed I.T. services.

I.T. Case Study:
Midwest Regional Bank

A decade of rapid growth resulted in significant growing pains for Midwest Regional Bank. As the bank expanded, it adopted and utilized a forward-looking technology infrastructure to support its clients.

I.T. Case Study:
City of Georgetown, Ky

Late in 2013, Georgetown’s city leadership determined the best solution for scalable technology to meet the present and future needs of its citizens and businesses would be a managed I.T. services provider (MSP).

I.T. Case Study:
Merrick Management

When Merrick Management’s server area network permanently failed, it resulted in a catastrophic data loss that could have had a harsh impact on the company.

I.T. Case Study:
LexArts

Like many nonprofit companies, LexArts experienced growing pains as technology’s role increased in the organization’s daily operations. With cost in mind, LexArts leadership sought to update or upgrade “dated equipment that slowed productivity and efficiencies.”

I.T. Case Study:
Community Banks

Two community banks recently sought counsel from NetGain Technologies to improve their I.T. audit outcomes.