MCS – Credibility with Multiple, Diverse Industries

Data centers. Telecommunications. Life-saving equipment. Airports. These have one thing in common – the need for uninterruptible power solutions. Mission Critical Specialists has the expertise, experience and industry credibility you want in a critical power supplier to keep your business or equipment up and running. Many organizations today, large and small, are technology dependent. Losing power, even for a short time, will disrupt their business delivery systems. For large companies with customer-focused telecommunications centers, or significant data centers, downtime without power will be more than disruptive, it will be disastrous. For every minute of downtime, companies can lose thousands of dollars. With organizations like hospitals and airports, the need goes beyond business. Lack of power can be life-threatening. Equipment for a patient’s health or for monitoring an airplane in the sky must be powered at all times. There is no margin for failure in such instances. You need a power solution organization that understands your specific needs and can tailor solutions expressly for you. MCS is that organization. We work with a variety of companies in a wide range of industries that cannot afford to lose power, EVER. In today’s high tech world, electricity is your organization’s lifeblood. MCS has worked in many different industries and understands what you are seeking in a critical power vendor. Because MCS specializes in maintaining equipment from all manufacturers, unlike a one-brand OEM, we eliminate the need for multiple service contracts. A back-up power solution is not optional for most organizations today, even under optimal circumstances. You need a power solution organization that understands your specific needs and can tailor solutions for you. MCS is that organization.

A partial list of MCS customers includes:

  • Centene
  • VSP
  • City of West Sacramento
  • PG&E
  • Golden 1 Center
  • News10
  • Google
  • Juniper Networks
  • Adobe
  • Toyota Research Institute
  • Intel
  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Cushman Wakefield
  • California Dept. of Motor Vehicles
  • United Online

Power in an emergency

Planning for emergencies, such as fires or earthquakes, pose additional challenges. Companies need to ensure business continuity even if a disaster has the potential to shut down a data center, telecommunications center, or your entire operation. Planning ahead for a potential disaster is prudent for any business today.