A well-crafted training event provides the best companion to bring the knowledge to the user. We design training packages according to your needs and we educate the main or end users of the municipality you represent on the basis of the agreed material. If you have a already the material, but the trainer is missing, please contact us!
Training plans, study materials, exercises, whole package from us on order basis with professional touch up to the final stage of the new IT environment! Also remember to ask for a quote for several small group trainings on the same subject!
Do you want to run the most critical phase of the information system life-cycle with professional touch? System deployment consists of careful planning, possible conversions to the new system and monitoring. The technical challenges must be resolved before training and therefore we offer this service separately!
For issues related to the introduction, you can contact us directly. We are committed to the implementation of all phases. Let's plan the system deployment and timing of phases together and identify potential problems in good time! Our professional touch is here to help!
Nearby-IT™ provides smooth computer and software installations either on an hourly basis or on a bid basis. We succeed in installing and deploying both Windows and Linux workstations. We also provide support and maintenance services for data centers and agreed computer workstations of the municipality!
We can be called for help also on other problematic IT issues. Network plans and implementations we offer as a subcontracting deal. Network and server connections for workstations and hardware upgrades are also streamlined with our help. Also maintenance contracts!
"Depending on the language, the IT reality of cities is either a sullen spaghetti or a puzzling puzzle. There are an average of 130 different information systems, such as a patient register or a library database, per municipality. In big cities, there can be two or three times as many systems. The most important question is whether the systems talk to each other. The answer is again ambiguous: some do, some do not."