Why Tranet


We have all been told that technology would make our lives simpler. Reality has shown us this statement is incorrect. many times the trust was put into technology technological solutions that were not completely thought through or not completely understood. Therefore, it is unlikely that these Solutions while well-intended, failed to address the problem and in many cases not only did it not address the problem but created new ones.


The idea of Technology and the implementation thereof is really very simple. It is the implementation of machines performing those tasks which typically and historically have been done by human beings. They are basically repetitious in nature and respond to very little stimuli to make them happen.

When firms initially embraced technology as a possible solution to many of their issues two things guided their decision. Keep in mind that technology was untrusted and unproven methods of problem-solving. So when making decisions as to which products or equipment to use decisions were guided by two factors. The first of these factors was obviously cost. As we all know in the technology business price generally produces a less quality product with less depth of ability. The second of these two factors was guidance from sources of information where many times equal to or sometimes slightly greater than those that were making the decisions to purchase. Nevertheless, the resulting installations were marginal at resolving the issues that were being addressed with high expectations generally were never met.


Over the years due to obsolescence or expansion elements of the initial technology investment were replaced with marginally equal to and generally less than compatible components. Based mainly on the continuing unreliable existing system, these purchases made the system more unreliable to the dismay of the greater expectations fostering the purchase. This lack of success garnered with the investors less than enthusiastic desires to make additional investments. So as the need for new technologies grew and new technologies became available the investors in technology looked at these offerings as less than attractive, choosing in many cases, to remain with the equipment that they presently had.

To this day there is no one to blame for what happened in the application of Technologies. In the long run this was a learning experience and as companies developed to resolve these issues may fell by the wayside when they failed to be successful at satisfying the needs of the consumer business communities. On the other hand, emerging were companies, like Tranet, which have the ability and experience to resolve issues created by past bad decisions. Technology demands comprehensive applications of equipment and software to address problems. Only upon a proper investigation of these processes undertaken prior to the decision to purchase otherwise the expectations will be ill-advised and unsatisfied in the long run.


The plan is implemented not only to provide general technology such as computers, printers, and copiers, but it is also there to provide the security off-site storage devices better known as “the cloud” and to facilitate telephonic as well as audio and visual equipment as a comprehensive package to resolve all technical and technology needs within a business structure.


Tranet has had clients as largest as Procter & Gamble and as small as one or two people. The optimum office is anything between 25 to 100 people. In the following pages, we will go to each individual area of technology and how Tranet will use that technology to resolve your technological needs. Each will be described by the outlined and keep in mind as you read each how each will match the specialized needs of your organization. We hope that this has been enlightening for you and hope that you will realize that Tranet, among all others has the ability to do the things that you want to do using technology.

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