Tss Inc   (TSSI)
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    Sector  Capital Goods    Industry Construction Services

Tss Inc Segments


Business Segments I. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2021)
(of total Revenues)
I. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Mar 31 2021)
(Profit Margin)
5.17 100 % -0.70 -

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Growth rates by Segment I. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
(Mar 31 2021)
Q/Q Revenue
I. Quarter
Y/Y Income
(Mar 31 2021)
Q/Q Income
23.8 % -75.1 % - -

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Business Segments Description

During the initial phase of a data center project, we provide project development related services that typically include establishing project goals and a preliminary budget and schedules, setting technical parameters and requirements, and determining project team members and the overall requirements of the team.
Design and engineering consulting services typically include critical power and mechanical load calculations, mechanical design and engineering, high and medium voltage electrical design and engineering, communications and security systems design and engineering, physical vulnerability assessments, force protection design and bomb blast analyses, fire protection system design and engineering, facility systems equipment selection and facility commissioning and testing. These offerings also include post commissioning support of on-going operations.
Our strategy is intended to increase the amount of recurring revenues we generate from our existing customers, IT equipment partners, and major systems integrators. Our mission critical facilities experience and skills position us as a trusted advisor to our customers, and allow us to work on new opportunities as our customers grow and partners introduce us to new client opportunities.

Activities during this phase involve management of all the detailed preparations required for a successful deployment of a customer’s data center or related equipment requirements. Our capabilities include project management, value engineering and design management, bid negotiation support, subcontractor pre-qualification and selection, long-lead equipment procurement, issuance of equipment and construction contracts, and refinement and management of project budgets and schedules. Our project managers mobilize the required expertise for the project, utilizing in-house superintendents, quality control and safety professionals, as well as qualified subcontractors and support personnel, some of which have historically been provided by affiliated or sub-contracted entities. Our project managers supervise work by project team members, including all aspects of the following: architecture and construction, electric power systems, heat rejection and cooling, energy management and controls, cooling tower systems, security systems, voice, data and network cabling, fire and life safety systems, and process piping and plumbing systems. Our project managers remain responsible for managing all aspects of the project until project completion and customer delivery.
Management of the installation portion of facility projects is typically the longest in duration when compared to other project phases. In addition, this portion has the largest number of outside influences that can impact project goals and objectives, such as weather, non-performance of subcontractors, equipment deliveries, unexpected project changes from the owner, and influence from local authorities and utility providers. Therefore, experience, skill and mission focus are critical during the project installation period.

To assist our customers with IT-equipment deployment in their data centers we provide what we call “systems integration” services. We provide integrated technology services and software tools designed to accelerate the delivery of complex information technology solutions. These services include custom configuration of a broad scope of information technology products including client products, enterprise products, clusters and modular containers. The integration of this equipment is performed to our customer specifications and test criteria. We are generally not responsible for the performance of the related equipment in the field. In addition, we provide warehousing of high value equipment such as servers, switches and other information technology hardware that are generally provided on a consignment basis. Occasionally, we will procure and resell the information technology hardware for our customers.

We provide a comprehensive maintenance and service offering designed to ensure that the multiple systems critical to sustaining on-line applications in technologically intensive facilities and modular data centers remain operational and functional. Typical facilities management services include overall management of the post-construction facility maintenance program, on-site staffing of technical engineering positions (e.g., electricians, HVAC mechanics, control technicians and voice/data technicians), and management of non-technical subcontracted services (e.g., security, landscaping, janitorial, pest control, snow removal, carpentry, painting and general maintenance services). Increasingly, data centers are being constructed in a modular format, whereby information technology, power and other related assets are deployed in pre-integrated solutions. Modular data centers may have lower overall cost of delivery, lower energy consumption and shorter deployment schedules compared to traditional data centers. We have developed a team to deploy and maintain high-density modular data centers. Our on-site maintenance services provide additional project revenue for us and also position us for involvement in any new facility planning, design and construction initiatives that the customer undertakes.

In addition, we have a 24X7 Network Operations Center in Columbia, Maryland that has the capability of remotely monitoring our data center service contract customers’ facilities for systems operations and emergency events that could lead to outages. Temperature levels, humidity, electrical connectivity, power usage and fire alarm conditions are among the items monitored. The system maintains all site documentation for repairs and maintenance performed on each critical piece of equipment covered under our services. The information is useful to our customers in assessing operational efficiency and causes of failure, and enables them to make critical decisions on repair or replacement strategies based on the operating history of the monitored systems.

Our facilities maintenance service contracts are typically one to four years in duration with cancellation clauses for nonperformance, and are typically billed annually in advance. Our service contracts take different forms including fixed-price equipment maintenance with optional comprehensive warranty to fix failures, ticket based service with contracted rates in a master service agreement, comprehensive facility services agreements that include on site staffing, scheduled equipment maintenance and nontechnical facility services, and direct contracts for additional moves, add and change work within a facility.

As computer density increased and data centers evolved into the use of modular form factors, we found that we could leverage our facilities maintenance experience and infrastructure by offering maintenance service of modules being deployed into new data centers. Our design services continue to evolve to support changing data center requirements. Ultimately, we started working with IT vendors to help them in the design and integration of their IT equipment into modular data centers, which typically leads to ongoing maintenance contracts as these modular systems deploy.


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