Case Studies

We have many case studies available detailing our customer success in various initiatives, upgrades, consulting and support. A varied selection of case studies are available for download below.


Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (now Restaurants Canada)

Saddled with the responsibility of maintaining and growing the IT infrastructure to meet the ever increasing demands of a plugged-in world, the CFO Sheryl Ross recognized that the current workload facing the in house IT staff was too much to control and sought an outside opinion to find the company’s true pressure points. With no shortage of Microsoft Gold-Certified IT consulting firms in the GTA, many prospective companies were interviewed with Nanotek Consulting taking on the challenge of facilitating a comprehensive IT audit of the Restaurants Canada infrastructure; both internally and externally.
Restaurants Canada Case Study.pdf


Kendrew Distribution Services

In an ever-evolving marketplace that demands quicker response times, tighter delivery windows, and a more agile partnership reliance on technology has never been more important. If you factor in that clients expectations are ever growing, while also demanding more cost-controlled solutions, you could say that technology has become critical.
Kendrew Case Study.pdf


Accurate Machine and Tool, Ltd.

All businesses come to that proverbial fork in the road where one must decide the best course of action to not only jeep up with ever growing demands but to propel the company forward. Luckily for AMT, one of their strategic business partners is Nanotek Consulting. Nanotek brings a multi faceted approach to allow companies to deploy a variation of technologies that suit very specific needs.
AMT Case Study.pdf


Andrejs Property Management Woodbridge, Ontario

Growth is a byproduct of success. When you do something well, you can’t help but attract other clients. This is the case with APM. A constant challenge is staying in touch with the key players and different divisions in a fast paced industry like condominium management. Boards of Directors require immediate responses especially in emergency situations. APM was finding it a challenge to have a properly Unified Communications System.
Andrejs Case Study.docx


Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP)

Caamp, like many other top notch industry leaders, recognizes the benefits of colocation such as redundant power, Tier-1 internet backbone, and highly secure premises. The challenge in all of this is how to seamlessly migrate your in house infrastructure with its numerous dependencies to a co-location site without having to reinvent the wheel.
CAAMP Migration Case Study.docx


Williams HR Law Professional Corporation

Having suffered a catastrophic loss as a result of some poor advice and even weaker implementation & service, Williams HR Law sought to find and vet a new IT Solutions partner that could devise a strategic alliance to overcome the past and make a plan for the future.
WHRL Case Study.docx


Oil and Gas Company Makes IT Costs Predictable with Cloud-Based Solution

Based in Calgary, Compton Petroleum employs people throughout Alberta, Canada, to support the exploration, development, and production of natural gas, natural gas liquids, and crude oil. With a small IT staff, the company was challenged to provide up-to-date communication and collaboration services to employees. It was also saddled with high fixed costs from on-premises server solutions that did not allow it to adjust its IT costs as the company size changed with market fluctuations. Compton investigated cloud solutions for its communications needs and decided that Microsoft Office 365 offered the best service in terms of cost, delivery, and interoperability with its current solutions. After completing the transition to Office 365, Compton expects to reduce costs and make them more variable, while improving the services it provides to its employees.


Customs Broker Avoids Millions of Paper Documents a Year with New ECM Solution

Willson International handles customs paperwork for companies that move goods between Canada and the Uhttps://nanotek.canited States. Willson wanted to find a more efficient way to handle millions of paper documents generated each year. First, it used Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to convert incoming customer faxes to digital files. Then, it upgraded to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to create a complete enterprise content management (ECM) system that eliminates all the paper associated with shipments. Willson has improved customer service by retrieving archived shipment documents in minutes rather than days. Customers will even be able to serve their own document requests by using a customer extranet. Willson will ultimately slash paper storage costs by U.S.$100,000 annually. It has also improved employee productivity by 25 percent and can process increasing volumes with existing staff.