Case Study

Naylor Building Partnerships Inc.
Fully Managed IT Services


About Naylor

Naylor Building Partnerships Inc. is a multi-trade mechanical, electrical, plumbing and compressed air contractor. Providing service, maintenance, repairs and installations to the commercial and industrial sector. With five office locations in Southern Ontario, a location in North Carolina, USA and the head office in Oakville, Ontario. Naylor employs a progressive and professional team of highly qualified technicians, consultants and managers. They are committed to building partnerships that will prevail. Investing in relationships with employees and customers is the fabric of Naylor. Being committed to providing value-added solutions and long-term partnerships in all areas of Naylor’s contracting abilities.

Headquarters: Oakville
Number of employees: 300
Founded: 1968
Privately Held

Naylor, as an organization, lacked the IT staff to meet the needs of the business, so they sought out a full IT Managed Services provider to assist in maturing all parts of the IT infrastructure within the company.

Based on the ever-changing IT landscape Naylor’s executive leadership made the strategic decision to completely outsource all network and infrastructure services to a 3rd party managed services company, and ultimately chose Commerx to provide this service.



Commerx currently manages Naylor’s entire physical and virtual mission critical production compute and storage infrastructure, as well as, all five remote office locations.

Commerx providing 24×7 monitoring, management and support of Naylor’s IT business infrastructure via our support center in Mississauga.

In addition to the managed service, Commerx has developed Naylor’s 5-year technology roadmap.

Commerx has successfully onboarded Naylor and completed network remediation, with upgrades where necessary to ensure that the infrastructure is foundationally sound.

Commerx designed and manages their Disaster Recovery and High Availability solution to meet Naylor’s industry auditors and customer requirements.