We recently hired PMG Enterprises to install several video surveillance cameras at our neighborhood restaurant. We were made aware of PMG through an approved vendor list on the Philadelphia Commerce Department's website. PMG technicians who completed the installation were professional, reliable, and always available to answer our questions. The cost was very reasonable. In an effort to assist with the city's overall crime prevention strategy, we registered our cameras with the Philadelphia Police Department SafeCam program. Just a few months after installation, our restaurant was broken into and burglarized. Thanks to our newly installed surveillance cameras, and registration with SafeCam, the police and detectives were able to view and obtain our video immediately. The video footage also helped with our insurance claim. Should any crime take place in the vicinity of our restaurant, the PPD knows it can count on our camera footage to assist with the investigation. - Angelino's
A non-profit commercial development corporation within a large urban business corridor. Public safety is a paramount requirement for commercial business enterprises to ensure the safety of customers, citizens and visitors. In partnership with the municipal commerce department and police agency they created a initiative to install video surveillance cameras outside business to provide coverage of the public right-of-way. This is part of an overall city program to install security camera coverage to discourage crime and provide an additional tool for law enforcement. Such an effort has provided greater security for businesses and create an environment of safety to the commercial corridor.
PMG working with GSICO developed a network managed services solution to replace the legacy network with a fiber based private dedicated MPLS network with industry standard SLA’s and GSICO project team on the groundin the Philippines. This allowed GSICO to manage the relationship and performance directly with the local exchange service provider and at a rate substantially less than what the client had been paying directly to the service provider. The client was able to provide reliable and faster service to the citizens and enable the continuous rollout of new outlets along with the construction of a new headquarters facility including a new data center. PMG was able to satisfy the technical requirements of a fully reliable and redundant MPLS design that also enable the service provider to reduce the operational cost of maintain the legacy copper based outside plant and service performance with a new customer centric network operations center.
A large international semiconductor manufacturer with facilities on three continents with a new Chief Information Officer needed an independent infrastructure assessment of their information technology operation division. The Operation team consisted of 31 staff members running data centers in Europe, China and the United States. The CIO expectation was to get an independent evaluation of the team’s staff, process, and systems.