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Implementing an SNMP network alarm monitoring system can seem deceptively easy, but the truth is, developing a network monitoring system on your own is one of the riskiest things you can do. Here are some of the typical problems you might face if you don't get expert advice when you're designing your system:
1. Implementation time is drawn out: It's going to take longer than you think. Network monitoring is a highly technical subject, and you have a lot to learn if you want a successful implementation. And anytime you are trying to do something you've never done before, you are bound to make mistakes - mistakes that extend your time and your budget beyond their limits.
2. Resources are misused: If you're not fully informed about your options for mediating legacy protocols to SNMP, you may replace equipment that could have been integrated into your new system. Rushing into a systemwide replacement when you could have integrated can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
3. Opportunities are missed: If you install a new network monitoring system today, you're committing your company to that system for as long as 8 to10 years. Many telecoms design what they think is a state-of-the-art monitoring system - and then find that their technology is actually a generation behind.
When you're choosing a network monitoring vendor, don't take chances. Be skeptical. Ask the hard questions. Above all, look for experience. Don't take a sales rep's word that his company can do custom development. Ask how many systems they've worked with, how many protocols they can integrate to SNMP, and check for client testimonials.
DPS Telecom has created hundreds of successful SNMP monitoring implementations for telecoms, utility telecoms, and transportation companies. (Check out www.dpstelecom.com/case-studies for some examples.) DPS Telecom monitoring solutions are proven performers under real-world conditions.
You're never taking any risk when you work with DPS Telecom. Your SNMP monitoring solution is backed by a 30-day, no-risk, money-back guarantee. Test your DPS monitoring solution at your site for 30 days. If you're dissatisfied for any reason, just send it back for a full refund.
Before you make a decision about your SNMP monitoring, there's a lot more you need to know. There's dangers you want to avoid - and there's also opportunities to improve your remote site maintenance that you don't want to miss.
Call or email Ron Stover at 1-800-693-0351 or email@example.com and ask for a free, live Web demonstration of SNMP monitoring solutions with the T/Mon NOC Remote Alarm Monitoring System. There's no obligation to buy - no high-pressure salesmen - just straightforward information to help you make the best decision about your network monitoring. You'll get complete information on hardware, software, specific applications, specifications, features and benefits . . . plus you'll be able to ask questions and get straight answers.
Call Rick at 1-800-693-0351 today to schedule your free Web demo of SNMP monitoring solutions
"We're not your typical sales department," says Rick Dodd, DPS Telecom's Director of Sales.
"We don't rush the client. We don't recommend solutions until we have a good understanding of the client's requirements and ultimate goal. We're design consultants."
What makes Dodd and his sales staff different is their sincere, no-nonsense commitment to putting their clients first.
Dodd's primary goal is making sure you have the right solution to meet your needs - and if that means a smaller sale, that's OK with Dodd.
"A lot of the time we propose solutions that have a smaller sales volume, if it's the right solution for the client," said Dodd.
"That goes back to the DPS philosophy of creating complete client satisfaction. We customize our solutions to make it the right fit without the client having to buy a lot of extraneous hardware and software.
"The bottom line is, if you're not 100% happy with the solution we've provided, we've done something wrong. My personal promise is that when you order from DPS, you'll get the exact solution you're looking for, or you'll get your money back," said Dodd.
The DPS Telecom sales process is a systematic guarantee of Dodd's promise. With every client, Dodd and his sales staff follow a standard procedure that's designed to safeguard the client's best interests at every step.