Bravo Fuel, a regional convenience store operator and Valero dealer, was looking for a way to improve network security and reliability, without dramatically increasing its costs.
In addition, the Bravo Fuel team needed a better system for resolving technology and connectivity issues at its remote locations in the mountains. Sending technicians out to remote locations was both expensive and time-consuming.
The company was also in the process of upgrading its infrastructure to an IP-based POS system and redesigning its network architecture so it would be better equipped for future technology updates in its stores.
When Bravo engaged Acumera’s experts to consult on network design, they quickly realized Acumera could help relieve several key pain points related to their network infrastructure, while simultaneously providing Bravo with the flexibility and control they wanted when designing their network.
After a recent debilitating ransomware attack, a client extended Acumera’s store-level security services to the company’s corporate offices — gaining proactive protection, monitoring, insight, logging, auditing and 24x7x365 network security support.
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