IT matters in manufacturing

Manufacturers have big goals, and IT and business systems play an important role in achieving them. In turn, StoredTech works closely with manufacturers involved in both discrete and process manufacturing to help align IT with the business goals. One of our founders is even a Six Sigma Black Belt and a Green Belt trainer, allowing us to become a valued and trusted partner.

Improve productivity.

From your production lines, to your front office through your supply chain, manufacturing requires communication. With the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), even your shop floor equipment is talking now. You need a provider who can handle the important details, like making sure your new SCADA system doesn’t bog down your network.

Keep your building secure and your people safe.

Maybe you’re not working on anything top secret, but access control is still a big issue for most manufacturers. You need to keep people out of areas they aren’t supposed to be in and away from dangerous equipment and material. We specialize in a number of access control systems and are licensed by the State of New York to install cameras and other security devices. 

Jump start your initiatives.

Redoing a factory layout? Implementing TQM? Rethinking your value stream? Whatever your special project, chances are IT plays a role. We can help you think through the tools and technology issues to eliminate surprises when it comes time to roll out your new initiative. 

Talk to us about your project and how we can help you reach your objectives.

 

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Ready to talk to an IT advisor?

Reach out to us directly at 877.331.5220877.331.5220, or fill out the form below and let us know how we can help.

HEADQUARTERS:

543 Queensbury Avenue

Queensbury, New York 12804

ALBANY BRANCH:

100 Great Oaks, Suite 113

Albany, New York 12203

PLATTSBURGH BRANCH:

19 Clinton Street

Plattsburgh, New York 12901

PHONE: 518.793.1111

TOLL-FREE: 877.331.5220

FAX: 518.670.0120

NEWS AND EVENTS
STOREDTECH HOSTS LIVE UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS DEMONSTRATION
On April 27, 2017, StoredTech invited local IT leaders and business owners into its Collaboration Center for Beers and Gears, an event designed to bring people together and show off the latest IT solutions for communications and collaboration. With a focus on integrating Microsoft Office 365 and Avaya phone systems, it was a ‘dramatic’ evening as the company’s engineers pulled out their acting skills in a live skit. The ‘actors’ showed how cloud-based collaboration tools can help multiple remote individuals work seamlessly together to solve real-life problems for their customers. While based on a fictional scenario at an airport, the functions are shown in the skit – video conferencing, file sharing, multi-way calls, and find me/follow me chat – are usable in common business settings. Many of the features used in the skit are already available to Microsoft Office 365 customers, such as Skype for Business. Adding an Extreme Network and Avaya phone system expanded the capabilities and exponentially increased the communication and collaboration potential. Or, as Alan VanTassel said, “helps customers get more out of their IT investment.”   VanTassel talked about the company’s rationale for hosting Beers and Gears. “At StoredTech, we like to call ourselves your IT Advisor. Because, with new technology coming to market all the time, it can be challenging for business owners or IT leaders to stay competitive and ahead of the curve. With events like this, we can deliver the information you need to make educated decisions for your business.” During the demonstration, Doug Gillson, vice president of infrastructure, talked about what the latest updates to Office 365 and Avaya phones can do for customers. “This is an exciting time for businesses as new, enterprise-quality tools are becoming available in realistic, small business pricing packages. These cloud-based platforms offer impressive flexibility as more and more of you work from home, on the road, or are growing through remote offices. What’s important tonight is to see that increased productivity and team collaboration is already at your fingertips.”  After the live demonstration, guests enjoyed food and drink from Coopers Cave Ale Company as they tried out the programs themselves at various hands-on stations. Interested guests learned about how to apply the tools to their unique business as they engaged with StoredTech’s engineers and vendor partners from Avaya, Extreme Networks, and Plantronics, an audio communications equipment company. 

HEADQUARTERS:

543 Queensbury Avenue

Queensbury, New York 12804

ALBANY BRANCH:

100 Great Oaks, Suite 113

Albany, New York 12203

PLATTSBURGH BRANCH:

19 Clinton Street

Plattsburgh, New York 12901

PHONE: 518.793.1111

TOLL-FREE: 877.331.5220

FAX: 518.670.0120

NEWS AND EVENTS
STOREDTECH HOSTS LIVE UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS DEMONSTRATION
On April 27, 2017, StoredTech invited local IT leaders and business owners into its Collaboration Center for Beers and Gears, an event designed to bring people together and show off the latest IT solutions for communications and collaboration. With a focus on integrating Microsoft Office 365 and Avaya phone systems, it was a ‘dramatic’ evening as the company’s engineers pulled out their acting skills in a live skit. The ‘actors’ showed how cloud-based collaboration tools can help multiple remote individuals work seamlessly together to solve real-life problems for their customers. While based on a fictional scenario at an airport, the functions are shown in the skit – video conferencing, file sharing, multi-way calls, and find me/follow me chat – are usable in common business settings. Many of the features used in the skit are already available to Microsoft Office 365 customers, such as Skype for Business. Adding an Extreme Network and Avaya phone system expanded the capabilities and exponentially increased the communication and collaboration potential. Or, as Alan VanTassel said, “helps customers get more out of their IT investment.”   VanTassel talked about the company’s rationale for hosting Beers and Gears. “At StoredTech, we like to call ourselves your IT Advisor. Because, with new technology coming to market all the time, it can be challenging for business owners or IT leaders to stay competitive and ahead of the curve. With events like this, we can deliver the information you need to make educated decisions for your business.” During the demonstration, Doug Gillson, vice president of infrastructure, talked about what the latest updates to Office 365 and Avaya phones can do for customers. “This is an exciting time for businesses as new, enterprise-quality tools are becoming available in realistic, small business pricing packages. These cloud-based platforms offer impressive flexibility as more and more of you work from home, on the road, or are growing through remote offices. What’s important tonight is to see that increased productivity and team collaboration is already at your fingertips.”  After the live demonstration, guests enjoyed food and drink from Coopers Cave Ale Company as they tried out the programs themselves at various hands-on stations. Interested guests learned about how to apply the tools to their unique business as they engaged with StoredTech’s engineers and vendor partners from Avaya, Extreme Networks, and Plantronics, an audio communications equipment company. 
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