For more than seven years, ITC Global has delivered communications for the Wildlife Conservation Society, whose mission is to conserve the world’s largest wild places in 15 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world’s biodiversity. One of the Society’s most remote locations is Bomassa, a town in the Republic of Congo. WCS turned to ITC Global to ensure that its networking equipment was installed, operational, and ready for configuration on-site, in support of its preservation activities.

    Remote Connection

    Connecting and supporting remote personnel.

    • Requirements

      Connectivity for wildlife conservation monitoring in Bomassa, considered one of the most remote locations that WCS supports

      Support for the WCS field-based networking lead, responsible for managing communications locally

    • Solution

      Complete service, equipment and personnel support provided for WCS team

      ITC Global personnel helped to empower remote WCS staff, going the extra mile to guarantee all equipment was installed and configured correctly so that WCS received complete connectivity.

    • Outcome

      Communications was enabled successfully for WCS, with positive feedback from the WCS team.

      WCS’s Director of Global Information and Communications Technology praised the ITC Global’s team commitment to delivering a “100% successful solution.”

      Building on a long-standing relationship with WCS, ITG Global recently secured a three-year contract extension for WCS’ continued communications needs.