Technology is the easy part.
We believe when you build on smart people, creative thinking and sound logic, a solution always comes to the surface. We’re the folks with both the know-how and gumption to simplify your complex business issues through the right use of technology.
We take complex business issues and simplify them with the right use of technology.
When we say the “right technology,” we know what we’re talking about. We think that technology on its own will never change anything and that the coolest, newest technology isn’t always the best way to solve your problems.
How We Simplify the Complex
When technology and purpose meet, something beautiful happens. Solutions become less about features and much more about benefits. They become — dare we say — simple.
Too often in this industry, people rely on technology for the sake of technology. Case in point: Someone comes into your company, says you need to buy Something 2.0 or upgrade to version 7 of Whatever and that this shiny box full of technology gadgets will be the answer to all your problems.
Even if that worked for the time being, what’s the plan for next year? Or the year after that?
At Bedroc we know from experience that it’s not a question of more or less technology. Rather, it’s about the right people with the experience, skill and logic who find out how to get to the root of your complex business issues and bring the right solution to the surface — a solution that’s part of an ongoing plan for the future. And we’re all about making the process simple so that you can get back to doing what you do best.
So, What’s in it for you? Great question. When technology is applied in the appropriate way, the results are outstanding: you reduce risk, optimize efficiency, and create revenue (and yes, that forms a handy acronym, ROC, which, you have to admit, is kind of cool.) We know results are the bottom line so it’s what we use as our foundation (insert: “solid as a rock” joke here.)
How do we do this? Well, if we had to tell you in an elevator we’d say this quippy line:
We have the desire to listen, the interest to engage, the knowledge to assess and the expertise to act.
You put this on rinse and repeat, and you’re looking at a pretty great relationship. Seriously: we’re in it with you for the long haul. We’re committed to understanding the depth of what you do and what obstacles you face so we can find the unique technical solutions that simplify your complex issues.
- Business Case Definition
- Design and Planning Workshops
- Business and Technology Alignment
- Technology Roadmapping
- Performance Reviews
- Resilience Planning and Review
- Virtualization and Application Delivery
- Storage and Data Management
- Security: Network and Application
- Unified Communications
- Messaging and Collaboration
- Datacenter Facilities Design
- Collaboration Systems
- Audio, Video, Web Conferencing
- Unified Messaging and Mobility
- Document and Content Management
- Business Process and Workflow
- Asset and Systems Management
- Technical Project Management
- Technical Staff Augmentation
- Outsourcing and Service Desk
- Systems Monitoring (NOC)
- Deployment Services
- Business Continuity
A Little Dirt on Bedroc
Since founding, we have quadrupled in size and were named as one of the best performing and most promising technology companies of its kind in the U.S. and Canada. Not bad, eh?
Technology is like putty in our capable hands.
And not silly putty, smart putty.
Putty that helps you do what you do better.
IN THE BEGINNING. The Bedroc tale begins with a common plight: short-sighted, impersonal, complicated technology solutions. What started as a vision to solve these business problems through the right application of technology, turned into the Bedroc you see today. Based in Nashville, where relationships are foundational to commerce, Bedroc aims to deliver personalized, simple, straightforward technology solutions.
TODAY. Our amazing team is made up of more than 30 diverse personalities with deep industry experience ranging from healthcare and finance to telecommunications; from fortune 500 businesses to start-ups. We are business leaders, engineers, technology officers, entrepreneurs, designers, and strategists who take their expertise in systems design, application networking, data center architecture, and network engineering and use it to create solutions that are purpose-built, laser-focused, and highly functional. So that technology works for you, not against you.
We don’t care as much about the newest, latest, or shiniest (although we absolutely have knowledge of it) as much as we care about discovering what it is that will work for you specifically. Simply put: we take your complex business issues and simplify them with the application of technology. And we have a heck of a good time doing it.
President & CEO +
You can’t spell ‘quitter’ with the letters c-h-a-s-e. When you consider Chase Wilkinson’s can-do attitude, fierce loyalty, and detail-oriented mind, it’s easy to see why he is unfamiliar with the word “can’t.” Chase is the President and CEO of Bedroc and oversees all technical operations and engineering. He brings over 17 years of experience in engineering, systems design, and information technology to the proverbial Bedroc table.
The Bedroc team calls Chase the ‘realists’ realist’ and loves him for his unique combination of humility and decisiveness. Chase is a father of three, husband to one, and is described by those who know him best as “family always first.”
Vice President, Technology +
You know that guy who refuses to lose at anything and is somehow a master of a million subjects? Then you know Todd Plambeck. Todd brings excellence to his department through his determination, expertise (subjects include data center architectures, routing, switching, network protocols, application networking, optimization, load balancing and distribution) and 16 years of previous experience working on data center networking, network engineering and infrastructure.
At Bedroc he is referred to as the “Mouth” and is appreciated for his sharp commentary on bad company names. When he’s not kicking butt and taking names on all things technology, he’s entering cycling races and triathlons at the last minute mercilessly embarrassing all other participants.
Vice President, Business Development & Marketing +
As we continue to grow at exciting rates, a tip of our hat must go to Tim Tyler, leader of our business development efforts. With over 15 years of experience providing technology and communications solutions, Tim brings with him a background of executive roles with CoreBanc, Inc., and Dalcon Communication Systems. Prior to Bedroc, he served as key stakeholder for partner relationships with technology firms such as IBM, NetApp and Cisco Systems where he did everything from devising strategy and driving sales to marketing campaigns and managing technical staff.
Known around the office for his huge loyalty to the Gators, Tim is married with one son and spends his free time golfing, boating, and listening to the blues.
How It Gets Done
When we say we want to listen, we mean it. We want to know what your problems look and feel like so we can develop a technology plan together. Consider us your network therapist, minus the leather couch.
Step 1. LISTEN
Aka the “what hurts?” phase. This is where we gather an amazing amount of “Why’s” to get a full understanding of your pain point(s). We want to know what you think might work or fail. Why? We want you to describe the end goal and what success will look like. Only then can we begin to give you answers in alignment with your purpose and goals.
Step 2. ANALYZE
Here we go from “Why?” to “What?” Expect to hear a lot of questions like “Did we hear you right?” and “Is this still the goal?” and “Is this feasible? Affordable?” We examine the parameters, current marketplace, and timeline. We then present the roadmap to you and have you join us in planning. We begin to take on the role of ‘Network Counselors’ here because we’re working through your problems and advising you on the solution.
Step 3. ARCHITECT
After we’ve hashed out underlying pain points, objectives, features, and the other millions of things involved in complex business problems, we take on the role of ‘Solutions Architect.’ We design a ‘technology solutions blueprint’ aimed at aligning with the original goals and limiting technology distractions. We assign resources and obtain the tools necessary to put the plans into action and build the house, err, solution.
Step 4. IMPLEMENT
This is the fun part. This is when technology and purpose meet and make out behind the bleachers. Here we create, engineer, execute and test, test, test. Like we’ve said before, we think good technology should be expected. Selling good products is the easy part, but we’re much more interested in the benefits than the features. This is the execution needed to carry out our earlier promises, and we expect you to hold us to them.
Step 5. MEASURE AND ADAPT
This final step is our nod to the fact that technology never stays still for long. And neither does your industry. This is why we believe in measuring and adapting. Your Bedroc solutions will always be purpose-built, laser-focused, and functional. But we also want them to have agility and flexibility so that when new problems arise (and we promise, they will) you can take them in stride with a minimal amount of rework.
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Date: 12 May 2013
On March 15, EMC’s Chairman and CEO Joe Tucci announced the division of EMC into three groups: EMC Information Infrastructure (EMC II), EMC VMware , and EMC Pivotal.
Date: 12 May 2013
The WAN optimization market continues to mature with increasing feature standardization, though with differences in real-world performance. Current innovation is on form factors and platforms with WAN optimization migrating toward powerful branch office platforms or to an optimized WAN cloud.
Date: 21 Aug 2012
Brentwood, Tenn. – Bedroc has been named a finalist for NEXT Awards. The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Entrepreneur Center will jointly present these awards to recognize the accomplishments of companies and individual entrepreneurs in six areas of business especially important to the Nashville economy: healthcare; technology; digital media and entertainment; sustainability and alternative energy; manufacturing and logistics and social enterprise. READ MORE →
Date: 31 Jul 2012
When you build on smart people, creative thinking and sound logic, a solution always comes to the surface. That’s exactly what we did when we brought Casey Hannigan on as an Account Manager to support our Commercial Business team. READ MORE →