Case Studies

At Aqueduct, we recognize that each of our customers have unique business challenges, opportunities, and desired outcomes.  We work closely with our customers to develop an understanding of their needs and requirements so that we can determine the best solutions and services across all consumption models.

Cost Savings & Deferred Payment Options


Aqueduct helped an organization who was concerned with their expenses and cash flow take advantage of current programs and offerings in partnership with manufacturers to save the company over a million dollars a year and move a majority of their cash expenditures to 2021.

Protecting Against Phishing & Social Hacking


Shortly after transitioning their workforce remotely, an organization saw a 600% increase in spearfishing and impersonation attacks. Aqueduct helped by implementing an additional security measure and integrated existing solutions to detect and prevent risks faster and more effectively.

Accessing On-Demand Gap Coverage


With a sudden reduction in this organization’s IT, team, due to the Coronavirus, Aqueduct was able to provide gap coverage on a week by week basis to provide direct end-user support and on-demand help desk and IT support.

Increasing Efficiency at Home


With limited resources at home for most employees at this organization, Aqueduct quickly took action to implement a conferencing solution with at-home equipment that allowed employees to communicate securely and whiteboard with one another.

Reducing Carrier Costs


A 500 employee organization quickly realized they weren’t able to support a full tunnel VPN model and contacted Aqueduct to help. Aqueduct worked with their carrier to provide un-capped bandwidth for 90 days free of charge and working to reduce costs for NPLS and on-premise phone services.

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