One of the top critical infrastructure facility management companies in North America, BCS Data Center Operations (BCS), has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage program as a Google Cloud partner. The recognition would strengthen the single-source, self-performance operations architecture of BCS Cloud Services while expanding its offerings.
BCS Data Center Operations’ clients may accelerate cloud migration and adoption while lowering total Google Cloud costs as a Google Cloud partner and as a component of the BCS Cloud Services offering. A free cloud architectural consultancy, frameworks to streamline change management, and application of rules-based industry best practices are all provided by BCS Cloud Services.
“BCS Cloud Services is yet another example of BCS’s industry-leading self-performance model,” said Craig Harris, Chief Government Programs Officer at BCS. “BCS Cloud Services and the Google Cloud partner designation provides customers peace of mind by freeing their IT teams to focus on their core activities, while we help enable their organization’s cloud journey.”
BCS Government Programs Division
BCS Cloud Services helps improve the self-performance operations paradigm while extending BCS’s increasing portfolio of solutions for Government Programs. According to this strategy, at least 80 percent of all services are performed by BCS workers, which would reduce operational expenses by more than 20 percent, according to the company. Contracting with many suppliers and subcontractors is a widespread industrial practice, although it is less effective and more expensive, BCS added.
The BCS Government Programs division, created to help federal, state, and municipal governments, was added to BCS’s solution portfolio last year. BCS Data Center Operations received contracts from the Texas Department of Transportation earlier this year to provide HVAC, repair, and installation services for various Texas districts.
BCS is a veteran-owned and -operated business with a sizable proportion of team members who have served in the U.S. military.