SATCOM Digital Networks (SDN) offers unique satellite broadcast services targeting business and institutional markets. SDN designs, builds and manages video distribution networks on a national basis. As an industry leader for nearly 30 years, SDN has delivered broadcast services for Fortune 500 enterprises as well as state and federal government agencies. SDN provides project management and installation services for multiple networks with many exceeding 2,000 downlink locations. The SDN leadership team is assembled from industry professionals with over 100 years of experience in RF broadcast, CATV, satellite and IT technologies.
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There are four guiding principles by which we manage our business:
Our service provides SOLUTIONS to problems. We first understand our clients’ project goals, and design solutions that are consistent with those goals.
Teamwork and “win-win” relationships with our clients, vendors, subcontractors and associates are the foundation of our business.
We provide cost-effective strategies that fit the clients’ budget and schedule.
We take pride in the quality of our work.
At SDN, quality is a way of doing business – it is essential to our culture. To us, quality means first understanding our clients’ needs and expectations, then developing an approach to meet their needs in a manner that exceeds expectations. We consistently look for ways to improve our processes, our tools, and our approach to doing business so that we can add more value to our clients’ business. Our Quality Program provides real and measurable value to our clients. We develop project-specific quality assurance plans. These plans identify how tasks will be carried out and provides documentation that ensures complete and consistent performance of activities. This results in enhanced communications, shared goals, reduced order changes, minimized re- work, and better overall quality of work.
SDN maintains an aggressive safety program, and has an excellent safety record. We support and implement a zero tolerance for unsafe practices and a zero accident and injury policy on all projects. Early in the design phase, the project manager will develop a health and safety plan that is specific to the potential hazards at the site. Job sites are regularly inspected by the corporate safety officer and continuously monitored by the on-site safety professional. All of SDN’s project professionals attend operation safety training annually, and safety meetings are held regularly to promote safety awareness.