When HoganTaylor set up shop in the 11-story Utica Place, the accounting firm soon discovered oversights within its information technology systems.
“There were a lot of problems that we didn’t solve when we built that out,” Chief Information Officer Steve Perkins said of that January 2008 move, noting issues from cabling and capacity to display options and furniture connectivity. “We were over there several years and I had the opportunity to stew on those issues for some time.”
So when HoganTaylor decided to consolidate its two Tulsa offices in Utica Place’s planned second phase, Perkins was ready. Armed with $600,000, Perkins laid out an integrated audio, visual and data system throughout the unfinished second-floor office
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