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Retail Technologies Corporation Network Upgrade Proposal

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lution Management: EO dustry: Retail Technologies umber of Employees: 0 nancing Sought: 02k e of Funds: Enterprise Network Upgrade   Network Design Proposal for Retail Technologies Corporation NETW410, Enterprise Network Design Team Leader: Juba Cochran Team Members: Brian Perez, Matthew Smith November 18, 2010
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Table of Contents Retail Technologies Corporation Company Mission Statement:  Provide and maintain service  level agreement standards throughout our deep customer based  relations. Customers are our success, and it is the customer  whom we maintain our loyalty to by provide the skills and  knowledge necessary to all who we may come in contact with. Objectives: Upgrade and standardize the enterprise network  infrastructure in the Atlanta office, Florida Office, and the  retail stores in New York and Ontario, Canada.  Goals:  Improve the security and performance of the network  infrastructure of the corporate office, branch office and the  stores, Duane Reade and Peavey Mart. ___________________________________________________ ______ Products/Services: RTC offers a full line of products and  services that integrate seamlessly with Multimedia Systems,  such as Store MS, MMSxTrend application suite, HTP-Link  and RTC Gift Registry System.  Company Background:  Retail Technologies Corporation (RTC)  was founded in 1989 by a group dubbed the "Five Busy Guys."  RTC evolved from the retail software division of a company with  many years' experience in providing retail and restaurant  solutions. RTC was created to specialize in providing retail POS  solutions. Today, four of the original "Five Busy Guys" are still  with RTC in the capacities of President, Director of Product  Development, and Programmers.
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How Proposal meets company mission statement: This proposal meets the company mission  statement by honoring the service level agreement standard. Privacy and security is a major  element in the SLA and our network upgrade is focused on security and other important network  functions. Budget:302k Hardware Cost $214,794.28.00 Labor Cost $45,000.00 Project Management $25,500.00 Employee Support $15,000.00 T3 Connections $2,400.00 Software: Microsoft Exchange Standard 2010 $0.00 Total Cost $302,694.28
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Introduction Since Retail Technologies Incorporated’s conception, we have witnessed a rapid growth both internally and externally. This includes providing support as well as multiple services to other organizations such as Duane Reade Corporation located in New York and Peavey Mart Stores, Inc. located in Canada. This sudden influx of added responsibility has certainly caused the IT department to take a closer look at our network as a whole.
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