Mayfair specializes in remote IT infrastructure management services. We provide a comprehensive range of Voice/Web based contact and front office services. It represents Mayfair’s most significant strategic business extension and investment to date.
At Mayfair, we expect the client to control all systems decisions, as we feel that those
decisions may impact the client’s “Business Plan”. Systems contributions by Peningo Members should be limited to the development, enhancement and implementation of the systems that will deliver a client’s proven successful “Business Plan” intact.
There is a tendency on the part of the “Prestigious Ones” to try to control and influence the client’s “Business Plan” in order to be able to use their “package solutions”. This efforts results in priority being given to systems solutions than to the client’s “Business Plan”.
We have experience salvaging situations created by the “Prestigious Ones” in their
attempts to influence the client’s “Business Plan” in order to use the “standard solution” which results in totally inadequate business solution. Again we re-state our view that systems decisions should be totally in the hands of client personnel and all systems must bow to the needs of the client’s “Business Plan”
When a client states a requirement, there is an economic incentive, on the part of the ”
Prestigious Ones” to use “imperfect” matches to the client’s requirement in order to reduce the bench idle resources ,which are on their payroll, and are not billable to any client. That is how the “Prestigious Ones” finds themselves offering “Oranges” when the client’s needs requires “Apples”.
We approach every client requirement without any limitations except to seek a very close match that has the replica watches sale pertinent skills at an expert level. As we do not support the “Bench” systems we are able to bring upon the client’s needs the best solution available in the Market at that point in time. Our consultants are compensated adequately so that should a situation developed of a gap between assignments the consultants may use their free time as they wish. It is our experience that those that have dedicated their careers to consulting prefer this method best, as they do not like to be mismatched, resulting in personal failures at the assignment.