Establish a baseline
Current and prospective tenants want to know which carriers and services are available in your building. Audits provide detailed information that leasing, property management and engineering staff can use to make decisions quickly about tenant expansions, new tenants or tenants vacating the property.
Know your competitive position
How well does your building measure up to industry standards for connectivity? Which carriers and services are in your building? An audit is the first step toward understanding and improving your competitive position.
Identify risks and protect valuable space in your core
Telecom carriers come and go, often leaving behind cabling and equipment. An audit identifies abandoned equipment and other hazards.
Discover opportunities to enhance services
Do you have enough carriers and services to keep your tenants satisfied? The audit can identify whether new carriers or equipment upgrades are needed to improve overall connectivity and improve tenant satisfaction.
Our technicians start all initial audits at the top floor then inspect each Main and Satellite Riser Closet on all floors and the main telecom equipment room, also known as the NetPOP (Network Point of Presence) or MPOE (Main Point of Entry).
Summarize the results of a Building Connectivity Overview
After our initial riser audit, IMG will produce a Building Connectivity Overview. The overview highlights on-net carriers and services available to tenants. It also notes if additional carriers are available. Each overview can be customized with logos, pictures and building or leasing contact information.