Global Reach Reliable Talent

Our global resources deliver client requirements in an affordable and timely fashion. We are efficient, flexible, reliable and affordable.

Global Reach

Resource network deployed across U.S., Latin America and Asia and can expand as needed to meet customer requirements.


Proven resources based on successful engagements. Teams are comprised of a project director and experienced program managers responsible for overseeing specific regions and technicians.


Adherence to proven operating procedures and methods – using a collaboration portal which provides oversight and tracking of all activities.
GlobalNow is a technology services company providing solutions for Global Fixed Asset Management with headquarters in Dallas Texas. GlobalNow was founded in 2002 by a group of seasoned business and technology professionals with their original mission to “Generate revenue for clients while ensuring delivery”. Since then, GlobalNow has evolved into a valuable solutions provider that enhances its client’s performance in the areas of revenue generation, customer satisfaction, and profitability.
  • IT Asset Management 90%
  • System Administration 85%
  • Inventory Services 75%
  • Equipment Testing 90%
  • Fulfillment Services 100%

We think that you will Love GlobalNow.
Our focus is first and foremost to provide you with great customer service. We believe great customer service includes attributes such as timely delivery, meeting commitments, being responsive to issues, availability of resources for communication and flexibility to incorporate change. Building a trusted relationship with you based on these values is ultimately what allows both of us to be successful.
We strive to incorporate our core values into everything we do. This includes being honest throughout our processes and communication, transparency with our clients, working hard while gaining satisfaction from meeting tough challenges, respect for global diversity and individual team members, and taking seriously our client’s needs and challenges. Working with like-minded clients who share these values is when we realize our greatest potential.

“The GlobalNow team delivered our highly visible and challenging projects on time and without any major incident; due to their flexibility and willingness to do what it took to get the job done.”

Lee Carter, Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Alliances, Synaptyk Networks, LLC


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