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CIOs and IT Directors want to know how technology makes their people, processes, and companies more efficient. The details of the technology are completely secondary to how it can make business operations more efficient.

Derive has been pushing the envelope in IT solutions for over two decades, providing customers with secure and agile platforms through Virtualization, Networking, Infrastructure, Cloud and Security services. With complete professional guidance from strategy consulting to design implementation, Derive helps businesses stay ahead of their game with personalized and future-ready technology solutions.

Part of Derive’s approach to applying effective solutions is understanding client technical issues through technology assessments.

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Derive’s unique and effective discovery process boils down to three core pillars:

  1. Consultative Process - As opposed to our competitors, we focused on the initiative and the business drivers to determine the proper solution to meet the requirements and budget.
  2. Experienced People - We proudly go the extra mile to ensure all of our customers receive top-level service and results. We are driven by a passion for exceeding expectations, so we invest time in getting acquainted with each client's needs, enabling us to deliver tailored solutions that help propel success.
  3. Assessment Approach - Derive focusses on drilling down on key initiatives, understanding their business drivers, initiate an assessment to peek into their tech environment, and finally setup a validation meeting to present findings. Product recommendations and pricing are only presented after these initial appointment, assessment and subsequent data validation meetings.

Businesses often know they have issues and problems, but they just as often don’t understand to what extent. The status quo position is reactive, which doesn’t allow leaders to look forward toward expansion or change.

Our standard engagement model starts with a collaborative discovery and assessment of a client’s current IT state. After a thorough assessment, Derive project managers work directly with clients to map technology options to business objectives.

Derive is brand agnostic, meaning we’ll never push a manufacturer’s widget or any product or service that isn’t the best possible option for our client.

Instead of leading with products, Derive Technologies:

  • Drills down to understand the strategic direction and business drivers of the company
  • Peeks under the hood of clients’ existing tech stack to understand its efficiency, workloads, etc.
  • Sets up a subsequent validation meeting to talk about findings from initial assessments and explains all findings and reasonings


Once data and findings are validated, Derive can proceed to preparing other technology roadmap planning steps and timelines.

At the end of the day, Derive Tech’s unique partnership isn’t about the assessment or the implementation as much as it’s about the overall process. We focus on the entire journey, eliminating guesswork and helping you reach your objectives in a more streamlined manner.

Our team works hard to guide our partners from initial conception to completion, ensuring that no detail is overlooked. Ultimately, our unique approach focuses on holistic transformation and encourages thoughtful business decisions for increased success.



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