Case Study

Casilio Concrete: IT That Keeps Casilio Connected

Technology & Cybersecurity Management

With two locations and two subsidiaries, as well as a fleet of 30 trucks traveling throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the company needed an IT network that could keep up with its growth and consolidate its locations, providing service to every owner and manager at any time, from any place.

Case Study

Casilio Concrete: IT That Keeps Casilio Connected

Technology & Cybersecurity Management

With two locations and two subsidiaries, as well as a fleet of 30 trucks traveling throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the company needed an IT network that could keep up with its growth and consolidate its locations, providing service to every owner and manager at any time, from any place.

Staying True to Casilio's Vision

Casilio Concrete has found a way to grow enormously while still maintaining the commitment to quality and service that founder Frank Casilio dedicated himself to in 1938. However, after nearly eight decades, a lot has changed in business, including technology. Casilio needed a new IT system that would keep up with the company’s growth, making it simpler for the business to continually provide the quality service it was founded upon even as it expands its breadth to new locations.

  • Office 365 migration
  • Help desk support
  • Hardware replacements
  • Onsite visits
  • Server consolidation
  • VPN installation
  • Remote support
  • Outcomes


    To better keep the company connected, twenty-seven old laptops and desktop PCs were replaced by more modern and advanced hardware.

  • Outcomes


    A seamless migration to Office 365’s email services ensures higher security, enhanced spam protection, and increased efficiency through calendar integration and device syncing.

  • Outcomes


    With two locations and two subsidiaries, a VPN keeps the entire company connected to its centralized location, even while employees are on the go.