J2C Enterprises' ecosystem is a revolutionary new way to do systems integration and project management in the government and commercial sectors. Where, once before, clients were limited to a small group of prime contractors to do large scale projects, limiting ideas and raising prices, now, through J2C's unique partnering with smaller, focused contractors, clients get best-of-breed services, increased options, and lower costs.
Where smaller contractors were once locked out of large projects, they can now become part of those projects, as full partners, not as mere subcontractors.
J2C projects run the entire range of Broadcast, AV and Media-Centric IT, including:
- Broadcast Facilities
- Unified Communications
- Large Scale AV systems
- Enterprise purchasing deployment
- Virtual Reality
- Wired and wireless networks and Mesh Systems
- IT, ITED, BPO, KPO
- Enterprise Cloud Solutions - on and off premises
- Cyber Security
- Command and Control
- Unmanned Ground and Aerial Technology
- Structured Cabling
- Aerospace - federal, state and local
- Service agreements
And more importantly, facilities that combine all of the above.
J2C Enterprises is led by two industry veterans, John Chandler and Christopher Street:
John is the President and has worked in the Federal Contracting space for 30 years. His resume of projects is long and impressive. Working with systems integrators, manufacturers such as Grass Valley, and government contractors, he knows both the needs and procedures that create a seamless and effective experience while creating high quality, large scale systems. Experienced in presale, RFP design and response.
Chris is the initial investor and acting CEO/CFO. His work as President and General Manager of Riedel Communications, Marketing and Sales Director at American Tower, and a former Principal at Booz-Allen&Hamilton, Chris has seen first hand how effective partnerships benefit both clients and contractors.
Since first working on projects in 2012, John and Chris have brainstormed better ways to do Systems Integration, particularly in the government space. J2C Enterprise is the result.