What Is a Turnkey Service Provider?

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The phrase “turnkey service provider” sounds great – it brings to mind a provider that’s already ready to work with you and has an understanding of your industry. The allure of partnering with a company that doesn’t need to be told what you do is certainly understandable, but how can you know if you’re working with an actual turnkey service provider or someone who simply calls themselves that without much to back it up?

What Are Turnkey Services?

Turnkey products and services are designed, supplied, built, or installed fully complete and ready to operate. 

Turney service providers, like ProcessBarron, have the skills, tools, and capabilities to be your one-stop partner from a project’s start to finish. For instance, our experts can provide you with system and equipment analysis to identify issues, make recommendations, and carry out those recommendations through engineering and equipment retrofits or upgrades with minimal impact on operations. Learn more about our turnkey services here!

If you are looking for a partner for total systems solutions, here are three questions to ask when evaluating a turnkey service provider.

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#1: Do They Have Enough Personnel?

When you sign on with a turnkey service provider, you should not need any additional subcontractors. All personnel you need for your full turnkey services should come through the provider, negating the need for extra expenses and more people to manage. In other words, you should be dealing with one entity, not several — so if the company you are considering doesn’t have the staff to cover your needs, they may not be the proper turnkey provider for what you need.

#2: What Is Their Process Like?

A true turnkey provider will have a comprehensive, streamlined process in place that you can easily evaluate. Your provider should do more than just treat symptoms of a problem; they should go to the root of the issue and work to solve it. When it comes to equipment problems, you don’t need a temporary bandage — you need a diagnosis and treatment plan.

#3: What Kind of Resources Do They Have?

Your provider’s turnkey services should include many things, including all the necessary resources for any project. They shouldn’t be outsourcing anything, and neither should you — it should all be done in-house from start to finish, and they should take care of everything you need.

ProcessBarron Is the Full Turnkey Services Provider You Need!

Our team is dedicated to a high level of commitment to our customers, and when we call ourselves a turnkey service provider, we don’t do so lightly. Whatever your facility needs, ProcessBarron can cover it! Contact us today for more information.